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NFL Trade Deadline 2015 passes without the Eagles making a move

The Eagles didn't make a move before Tuesday's NFL trade deadline.

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The 4:00 PM EST 2015 NFL trade deadline has officially passed without the Philadelphia Eagles making a deal. Or any team, for that matter. This was to be expected. Earlier in the day, Chip Kelly shot down the idea that the Eagles would be involved in any trades.

It was a relatively quiet deadline around the league. That is, up until the final seconds of the deadline when the Broncos and Browns almost pulled off a big trade Cleveland left tackle Joe Thomas (along with a 2016 fourth round draft pick) was said to be heading to Denver in exchange for the Broncos' 2016 first and second round selections. But now it appears that deal won't happen because it didn't get done in time.

Philadelphia was really only involved in one trade rumor leading up to the deadline. That rumor involved Vinny Curry, who is scheduled to be a free agent after the season. The Eagles are keeping Curry for now.


Another thing to note regarding the passing of the deadline: ALL NFL players, including veterans, are now subject to waivers until the end of the playoffs.

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