Eagles General Manager’s shocking comment about Georgia going viral
The Philadelphia Eagles continue on the way to creating Georgia Bulldogs’ all-time great defense in the NFL. They are seriously becoming the Georgia North.
What over the past three days they have done is unbelievable. The defending NFC Champions have made a record break drafts.
They have drafted defensive lineman Jalen Carter outside linebacker Nolan Smith and cornerback Kelee Ringo.
Cornerback Ringo makes the third Georgia defender Philadelphia squad in this year’s draft. Last year also drafted Georgia DT Jordan Davis (No. 13) and LB Nakobe Dean (No. 83).
The football world has been blown away by this totally Philly-Georgia merger. The team has been renamed the “Philadelphia Bulldogs” and the “Georgia Eagles”.
After Georgia drafted Kelee Ringo in the fourth round, the Athletic’s Zack Berman shared a horrifying story involving Philadelphia general manager Howie Roseman.
The story is related to the Roseman’s last year practice session for Georgia which he attended.
When Roseman returned, Philadelphia head coach Nick Sirianni asked him which players he liked.
“I don’t know, like, the whole defense”, Roseman replied.
After seeing the current drafts, it seems the Roseman wasn’t joking about the entire defense, they actually seem to prove it.
Jalen Carter, Nolan Smith and Kelee Ringo are joining the defense in Philadelphia that already features former Georgia stars Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean.
After the draft news fans were shocked and everyone gave their opinion.
“Philadelphia take Georgia CB Kelee Ringo at 105 because of course they do,” one fan wrote.
“I’m at the Philadelphia Eagles. I’m at the Georgia Bulldogs. I’m at the combination of Philadelphia Eagles and Georgia Bulldogs,” another user commented.
“Think we need to make a class trip to Georgia,” the Philadelphia’ Twitter account tweeted after the Kelee Ringo picks.
After looking at the whole squad and records of back-to-back National Championship titles, it can be said that they will set another record and will break more records.