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Report: Eagles trade Eric Rowe to Patriots

After a disappointing training camp from Eric Rowe, the Eagles have reportedly traded the second-year cornerback to the Patriots

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According to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Eagles have traded cornerback Eric Rowe to the Patriots for a draft pick.

According to Jeff McLane, the draft pick is a fourth round pick which can become a third based on incentives.

[UPDATE: 12:25 PM EST] -- The Eagles are apparently already shopping Kline, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

[UPDATE 2: 6:22 PM EST] -- Les Bown is reporting that Kline is NOT involved in the trade.

[UPDATE 3: 6:28 PM EST] - Adam Schefter is also reporting that Kline is not in the trade.

Just last spring, the Eagles traded up five spots to draft Rowe in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft.

Rowe played the majority of his college career at Utah at safety, before spending his senior year at cornerback.

Rowe saw major playing time in the final six games of his rookie season in2 015, starting the final five because of an injury to Nolan Carroll.

Kline, 26, went undrafted out of Kent State in 2013. Last season he played in 14 games for the Patriots and started 13, He rotated between right and left guard. He has 18 career starts in three years with New England.

The Patriots had signed Kline to a two-year extension worth as much as $4.9 million in mid-November. He underwent shoulder surgery this offseason to fix an injury that caused him to miss two games in 2015.

Kline was also getting snaps at center this offseason, according to Mark Daniels of South Coast

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