Home Sports Redskin Redskins, Eagles lead in retention rate but Cowboys selected more starters among... SportsRedskin Redskins, Eagles lead in retention rate but Cowboys selected more starters among NFC East in last five drafts April 4, 2019 15 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Welcome to April football, fans! With the first wave of NFL free agency well in the review mirror, we now turn our attention to phase two of your favorite team’s plans to strengthen its roster – the 2019 NFL Draft, which starts April 25. As this year’s draft inches closer, The Athletic D.C. decided to take a look at the recent draft history of each NFC East team and try to assess both the quantitative and qualitative results of their roster building through this most important tool. We opted to look at the last five years’ worth of drafts in the division, from 2014 to 2018. The quantitative side is simple: Player retention over the five years was measured by the combined number of players selected from each of the drafts who made the 2018 roster, divided by the combined number of players taken from each draft to come up with a percentage. If Team A had 17 players from the last five drafts remaining on the 2018 roster, but had 24 overall draft picks in those… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – All aTwitter: 5 June 2020 Redskins' Chase Young among NFL players featured in video requesting league condemn racism [NBC Sports Washington] – NFL medical chief Andrew Sills is 'optimistic' about season going as scheduled [NBC Sports Washington] – How these 'unusual times' may affect newer Redskins players like Dwayne Haskins and Chase Young [NBC Sports Washington] – Cousin of Redskins cornerback Greg Stroman fatally shot in Richmond Cousin of Redskins cornerback Greg Stroman fatally shot in Richmond [Washington Post: D.C. Sports Bog] – Clinton Portis says attending a police brutality protest in Charlotte ‘helped my heart’ How these 'unusual times' may affect newer Redskins players like Dwayne Haskins and Chase Young [Washington Post] – Redskins coaches, including Ron Rivera, to return to team facility Friday [The Spun] – Former Redskins Star Has Message For QB Dwayne Haskins [NBC Sports Washington] – Report: NFL coaches allowed back in the office on Friday [Fansided: Riggo's Rag] – Khaleke Hudson could have a Matthew Slater-like impact on special teams LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.