August 21, 2017
We're far away from the 2018 NFL Draft, but the Eagles have now made five trades that affect their picks next year. The first was the trade to move up to the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, where the Eagles selected Carson Wentz. The Eagles will be without their second-round pick in 2018, as that is owned by the Cleveland Browns.
The next trade was, of course, the deal that sent Sam Bradford to the Minnesota Vikings, netting the Eagles a fourth-round pick, followed by the trade of Eric Rowe to the Patriots, which will become either a third- or fourth round pick.
The Eagles will also be without their third round pick, which they traded along with Jordan Matthews for cornerback Ronald Darby.
And finally, the Eagles traded Matt Tobin along with a 2018 seventh-round pick to Seattle for the Seahawks' fifth-round pick in 2018.
Here is a look at the Eagles' 2018 draft picks, which we'll update anytime it changes:
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