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Matt Barkley Trade: Eagles receive conditional draft pick from Cardinals

Matt Barkley is gone.

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The Philadelphia Eagles and Arizona Cardinals have completed a trade that involves quarterback Matt Barkley, according to a report from NFL insider Jay Glazer. Glazer reports the Eagles received a conditional late round draft pick in exchange for Barkley.

This trade does not come as a total surprise. Going back to last summer, there were rumors that the Eagles were trying to trade Barkley. The only surprise is that it's hard to believe Barkley had any trade value. Despite being an accomplished player in high school and college, Barkley just never showed much in the NFL.

With Barkley likely out, it seems Tim Tebow (!) is expected to Philadelphia's third string quarterback for the upcoming season. The fact that Barkley, who had spent three years in the Eagles' system, was jettisoned in favor of a guy in Tebow, who had been out of the NFL entirely for the past two years, really tells you all you need to know about the lack of progress Barkley made in Philadelphia.

UPDATE: Here are the conditions of the trade:

UPDATE: Eagles officially confirm the move.

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