I'm surprised I haven't read a post on this (my apologies if i missed it), but SI reports are that our Eagles are very interested in trading up in the first round with intentions of drafting an impact safety, either Eric Berry (yeah!) or Earl Thomas. It appears that Jacksonville (#10) and Miami (#12) have intent to trade down. So the question is, what will it cost?
First off, I don't think I'm willing to overpay for Thomas. Good player, no doubt, but he's small for a safety at 5-10 and 196. Getting Jacksonville's pick at #10 is likely going to cost our own 1, 2, and probably 4 with maybe a player thrown in their someplace. Now if Berry is still on the board at 10 or maybe even 12 (a bit of a stretch), thats another story. He can immediately bolster a secondary that is, lets face it, in a rebuilding mode. Some may call it retooling, but when you're replacing a top 10 corner and a potential HOF free safety, thats a rebuild.
So my question is, if Berry is still on the board at 10, what's a fair trade?