On Day 1, they went with a pass-rusher. On Day 2, the Eagles went after South Florida safety Nate Allen, who has excellent cover skills.
Lindley is 5-11, but has very long arms. He had 10 interceptions in his four years at Kentucky and he's known for his leaping ability. Unfortunately, he's not known for his tackling. He's not a particularly physical player, but he projects as a solid nickel corner who could possibly become a No. 2 corner at some point in his career.
With Allen and Lindley, the Eagles have added talent in the secondary. Without Sheldon Brown, the Eagles had to address this area. Now, you'll start to see more teams address needs. For whatever reason, scouts have told me that the fourth round has the most value in this draft.
The Eagles will be very busy today.