Love them or hate them, the Eagles' draft picks on the defensive line usually have been memorable.
They have been stars who set standards of Eagles excellence. They have been colorful. They have been busts of historic proportions. They have been hated and loved and have died tragically early. They are rarely boring.
Start at the top, with Reggie White, who was taken in the 1984 supplemental draft and became one of the greatest defensive players in NFL history. He made seven Pro Bowls with the Eagles and six with the Green Bay Packers after leaving as perhaps the most sought-after free agent in NFL history. He died suddenly at the age of 43 and was inducted posthumously into the Hall of Fame, and his image now looms over Lincoln Financial Field.