Eagles win coin toss, now hold No.14 pick in the draft

Circle up, everyone, and watch a coin get flipped.

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The draft positioning coin flip between the Vikings and the Colts took place today.

The much-talked about coin flip to determine where the Eagles would pick in the first round of the NFL Draft had ended in his favor, with the gleaming picture of a Viking in his horned-helmet face up.

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The NFL draft will be held April 27-29 in Philadelphia. "We know how excited our fans are going to be when we make this 14th pick".

They did it. The coin was flipped.

The Eagles have used first-round picks in previous seasons on Carson Wentz (2nd overall), Nelson Agholor (20th), Marcus Smith (26th), Lane Johnson (4th) and Fletcher Cox (12th).

Minnesota, which traded its first-round pick to Philadelphia a year ago for Sam Bradford, and Indianapolis finished the season with 8-8 records and had matching strength of schedules, the first tiebreaker. Just think: This pick could be the next Nelson Agholor!