Mike E. Kaye

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Formerly NJEagle. Associate Editor and Head NFL Draft Writer for Bleeding Green Nation.

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NFL Draft 2014 live blog: Day 2

It's Day 2 of the 2014 NFL Draft and we are back with another live blog! Stay tuned for draft rumors, trade updates, hot takes and more, while also serving as an open thread for discussion.

Report: Lee fell out of first round due to injury


USC wide receiver Marqise Lee had a surprising slide out of the first round on Thursday. Now we know why he tumbled.

Source: Eagles could target WR Jordan Matthews


The Eagles target at wide receiver on Day 2 may not be Cody Latimer or Marqise Lee after all.

[Update] Could Eagles be interested in Stevie?


Update: Stevie Johnson had been traded to the San Francisco 49ers.

2nd round mock: Eagles take Latimer


Friday means that it is Day 2 of the 2014 NFL Draft. The second and third rounds kickoff at 7 p.m. EST but BGN decided to jump into the future and take a look at how things may turn out with a...

Falcons tried to trade up with the Eagles at 22


The trade that never was...

Eagles selected Marcus Smith for several reasons


The Eagles took a lot of flack on Twitter following their selection of Marcus Smith on Thursday. However, the Eagles had several reasons to make the move.

2014 NFL Draft: Best available players for Day 2


Who is left for the Eagles to pick up over the next two days? BGN Head NFL Draft writer Mike Kaye reveals his best remaining players.

2014 NFL Draft live blog: Eagles get Marcus Smith


The Eagles got Marcus Smith. What's next?

BGN NFL Draft live blog: Rumors, trades and more

The Eagles are set to select a prospect at the No. 22 spot but will they stay put? We have all your draft rumors, trade information and more with up-to-the-minute updates on Bleeding Green Nation.

Report: Lee isn't expected to get past No. 21


If the Eagles want any of the five potential top receivers, they may have to trade up in the first round of Thursday's NFL Draft.

Will the Eagles deal a veteran during the draft?


The Eagles may be looking to make some changes on their roster. Could the team deal a current player to pick up more picks?

Johnny Football to the NFC East?


With hours to go until the NFL Draft, rumors are swirling that the NFC East teams could be very interested in adding Johnny Manzeil.

2014 NFL Draft: 30 Bold Predictions


We are almost there. Now it's time to guess!

Who will be this year's Matt Barkley?


Last year, the Eagles surprised the NFL when they traded up in the fourth round to snag USC passer Matt Barkley. The quarterback went against popular belief and established Chip Kelly as wild card...

NFL Draft Exclusive Interview: OLB Carl Bradford


Arizona State's Carl Bradford has gone a bit under-the-radar during the draft process but is still projected as a Day 2 pick. He sat down with BGN's Head NFL Draft writer Mike Kaye to discuss his...

Mike Kaye's 2014 NFL Draft 'Big Board'


With one day remaining, BGN's Head NFL Draft Writer releases his entire "Big Board" for the 2014 NFL Draft.

NFL Draft Exclusive Interview: ASU's Alden Darby


The Eagles are looking for playmaking defensive backs and Arizona State safety Alden Darby is proven turnover machine. The talented safety joined BGN's Head NFL Draft write Mike Kaye to discuss his...

NFL Draft Profile: Arizona State DT Will Sutton


A lot of Eagles fans have been clamoring for a bigger nose tackle to rotate with Bennie Logan. Arizona State's Will Sutton could fill that role as a Day 2 pick.

Several Prospects Failed Combine Drug Tests


A rather large group of NFL Draft prospects have been cited as failing drugs tests at this year's NFL Combine in February.

NFL Draft Exclusive Interview: OU's Gabe Ikard


The understated need for youth on the Eagles offensive line could be addressed in the NFL Draft. Oklahoma's Gabe Ikard could be an option for the Eagles and he sat down with BGN's Mike Kaye to talk...

2014 NFL Draft Exclusive Interview: WR Jeff Janis


Saginaw Valley State wide receiver Jeff Janis is a fast-rising prospect for this week's NFL Draft. He sat down with BGN's Head NFL Draft writer Mike Kaye to discuss his college career, the NFL...

Draft Profile: South Carolina WR Bruce Ellington


The Eagles have been linked to smaller speedsters like Brandin Cooks and Odell Beckham in this year's NFL Draft. However, if those players aren't around in the first round, the Eagles may look into...

Kicker/Punter Kevin Van Voris: Interview Part II


West Texas A&M kicker/punter Kevin Van Voris is ready for the NFL Draft and he joined BGN's Mike Kaye to catch up on his draft process, his Pro Day and more.

NFL Draft Profile: Alabama S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix


The Eagles have added safeties in the offseason, but there is still work to be done at the position.

NFL Draft Profile: Northern Illinois S Jimmie Ward


The Eagles addressed the safety position in free agency, but they may not be done at upgrading the position.

BGN Exclusive Interview: Lindenwood's Pierre Desir


The Seattle Seahawks have caused teams to jump at bigger cornerbacks. Much like Pete Carroll, Chip Kelly appreciates size in his defensive backs, which is good news for Lindenwood standout Pierre...

Saturday Morning Draft Cartoon: The Home Stretch


"This week, the Eagles will get new players, I can guarantee that," said a source. However, the source did confirm that this article does not feature the Flintstones or The Pink Panther....

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