With the 32nd pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles select ... no one, as expected. Instead, they made a trade with the Baltimore Ravens. Here’s a look at the deal.
EAGLES RECEIVE: No. 52, No. 125, Baltimore’s 2019 second-round pick
RAVENS RECEIVE: No. 32, No. 132
The Ravens moved up to select Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson.
This trade means that the Eagles moved back 20 spots. They won’t be on the clock until the middle of the second round.
It also means they moved up seven spots from their own pick in the fourth.
The most valuable asset in this transaction is the 2019 second-round pick from the Ravens. If the Ravens end up being bad, that could be a nice pick to have.
The Eagles clearly weren’t crazy in love with anyone available at No. 32. If they were, they could have stayed put and picked them. But that wasn’t the case.
Philly could look to go in a number of different directions at No. 52. Running back, offensive line, tight end ... the Birds will have options.
Remaining Eagles draft picks
2nd - No. 52 (from Baltimore Ravens)
4th - No. 125 (from Baltimore Ravens)
4th - No. 130 (from Minnesota Vikings)
5th - No. 169
6th - No. 206
7th - No. 250
Eagles top remaining needs
2018 NFL Draft schedule
- Day 1: Round 1 – 10 minutes
- Day 2: Round 2 – 7 Minutes, Round 3 – 5 Minutes Per Pick
- Day 3: Rounds 4-6 – 5 Minutes Per Pick, Round 7 - 4 Minutes Per Pick
(Compensatory picks = 4 minutes)
Grade the Eagles’ trade with the Ravens
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