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2019 NFL Draft Order: Eagles have plenty of picks, including No. 25 overall

Time to replenish.

NFL: Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The 2019 NFL Draft order is nearly finalized now that the Divisional Round of the playoffs is over and only four teams remain alive. Unfortunately for the Eagles, they are not one of those teams since they’ve been eliminated.

The good news for Philadelphia is they have reason to be excited about the offseason. The Eagles own at least nine selections in the 2019 NFL Draft, including the No. 25 overall pick in the first round.

For a frame of reference, here’s a look at the No. 25 overall pick in the last 10 drafts:

2018 - TE Hayden Hurst

2017 - S Jabrill Peppers

2016 - CB Artie Burns

2015 - LB Shaq Thompson

2014 - CB Jason Verrett

2013 - CB Xavier Rhodes

2012 - LB Dont’a Hightower

2011 - OT James Carpenter

2010 - QB Tim Tebow

2009 - CB Vontae Davis

Interesting collection of names there. In any case, the Eagles should have an opportunity to add a talented, young prospect to their roster on Day 1.

The Eagles are projected to have at least eight combined picks on Day 2 and Day 3. The Eagles have an extra second-rounder from the Ravens after trading out of No. 32 overall in the 2018 NFL Draft. The Eagles don’t have their third-round selection after trading it to the Lions for Golden Tate.

The Eagles are projected to receive three compensatory picks, according to Over The Cap. These projected picks won’t be officially confirmed until mid-to-late February but OTC’s projections are very accurate.

It’s unclear if the Eagles have a pick in the seventh round this year because they traded a conditional selection to the Bears in exchange for Deiondre’ Hall. The exact condition for that trade is unclear. For now, I’m assuming the Eagles won’t have it, but we’ll see.

The Eagles can potentially add even more draft capital by trading some players for picks this offseason. It’s been rumored that the Eagles plan to trade Nick Foles.

1 - Eagles’ own pick

2 - Acquired from the Baltimore Ravens

2 - Eagles’ own pick

4 - Eagles’ own pick

4 - Projected compensatory pick (Trey Burton)

5 - Eagles’ own pick

6 - Eagles’ own pick

6 - Projected compensatory pick (Beau Allen)

6 - Projected compensatory pick (Patrick Robinson)

Here’s a look at the entire 2019 NFL Draft order as it currently stands.

1 - Arizona Cardinals
2 - San Francisco 49ers
3 - New York Jets
4 - Oakland Raiders
5 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6 - New York Giants
7 - Jacksonville Jaguars
8 - Detroit Lions
9 - Buffalo Bills
10 - Denver Broncos
11 - Cincinnati Bengals
12 - Green Bay Packers
13 - Miami Dolphins
14 - Atlanta Falcons
15 - Washington Redskins
16 - Carolina Panthers
17 - Cleveland Browns
18 - Minnesota Vikings
19 - Tennessee Titans
20 - Pittsburgh Steelers
21 - Seattle Seahawks
22 - Baltimore Ravens
23 - Houston Texans
24 - Oakland Raiders (via Chicago) -
25 - Philadelphia Eagles
26 - Indianapolis Colts
27 - Oakland Raiders (via Dallas)
28 - Los Angeles Chargers
29 through 32 - TBD

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