October 03, 2019
The Philadelphia Eagles currently have seven picks in the 2020 NFL Draft. They also lost more free agents than they gained during 2019 free agency, so they will likely have additional compensatory picks as well (we're tracking compensatory picks here), which would currently bring their projected total to 10 picks.
Here we'll track each of the trades that change the Eagles' picks in 2020. So far there have been four:
• The Eagles traded Michael Bennett and their 2020 seventh-round pick to the Patriots for their fifth-round pick in 2020.
• The Eagles traded a 2019 sixth-round pick to the Buccaneers for DeSean Jackson and their seventh-round pick in 2020.
• The Eagles traded a 2020 sixth-round pick (that can potentially become a fifth-round pick) for Bears RB Jordan Howard.
• The Eagles traded the seventh-round pick acquired from the Buccaneers in the DeSean Jackson trade along with Johnathan Cyprien to the Falcons for Duke Riley and a sixth-round pick.
|1||Eagles' own pick|
|2||Eagles own pick|
|3||Eagles' own pick|
|4||Eagles' own pick|
|5||Eagles' own pick|
|5||From the Patriots, via the Michael Bennett trade|
|6||From the Falcons, via the Johnathan Cyprien trade|
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