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Eagles own three top 19 picks in the 2022 NFL Draft [UPDATE]

Philadelphia has some serious ammo to work with.

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UPDATE: With the Philadelphia Eagles being eliminated from the 2022 NFL playoffs, their own selection in the 2022 NFL Draft will take place at No. 19 overall. This original article has been updated to reflect this development.

The 2022 NFL Draft order for non-playoff teams (imagine rooting for one of those?) is set now that the 2021 regular season is over.

The Philadelphia Eagles’ own first-round pick is yet to be determined since they’ll be playing in the postseason. But with the Miami Dolphins and Indianapolis Colts eliminated, we know where they’ll be picking: 15th and 16th, respectively. This much according to our good friends over at Tankathon.

The Eagles currently own 10 picks this year in total. The three first-round picks offer Howie Roseman a big opportunity to improve Philly’s roster. And through multiple avenues, too. He can sit and pick at those selections. He can swing a trade for a star player. He can trade back to pick up a first-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft to have insurance if Jalen Hurts doesn’t pan out next season. Optionality.

Here’s a look at where the Eagles will be picking this year:


1 - from Miami Dolphins (No. 15)

1 - from Indianapolis Colts (No. 16)

1 - Eagles’ own pick (No. 19)

2 - Eagles’ own pick

3 - Eagles’ own pick

4 - Eagles’ own pick

5 - Eagles’ own pick

5 - from Washington Football Team

5 - from Arizona Cardinals

6 - from Indianapolis Colts

(Note: the Eagles are not projected to receive any 2022 compensatory picks.)

For context purposes, here’s a look at the No. 15, No. 16, and No. 19 overall picks (respectively) from the last 10 drafts:

2021 - QB Mac Jones, LB Zaven Collins, LB Jamin Davis

2020 — WR Jerry Jeudy, CB A.J. Terrell, CB Damon Arnette

2019 — QB Dwayne Haskins, DE Brian Burns, DT Jeffery Simmons

2018 — OT Kolton Miller, LB Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Leighton Vander Esch

2017 — S Malik Hooker, CB Marlon Humphrey, TE O. J. Howard

2016 — WR Corey Coleman, OT Taylor Decker, DE Shaq Lawson

2015 — RB Melvin Gordon, CB Kevin Johnson, C Cameron Erving

2014 — LB Ryan Shazier, OG Zack Martin, OT Ja’Wuan James

2013 — S Kenny Vaccaro , QB EJ Manuel, OT Justin Pugh

2012 — DE Bruce Irvin, DE Quinton Coples, DE Shea McClellin

Here’s a look at the entire 2022 NFL Draft order as it stands prior to playoff eliminations:

1 - Jacksonville Jaguars
2 - Detroit Lions
3 - Houston Texans
4 - New York Jets
5 - New York Giants
6 - Carolina Panthers
7 - New York Giants (via Chicago Bears)
8 - Atlanta Falcons
9 - Denver Broncos
10 - New York Jets (via Seattle Seahawks)
11 - Washington Football Team
12 - Minnesota Vikings
13 - Cleveland Browns
14 - Baltimore Ravens
15 - Philadelphia Eagles (via Miami Dolphins)
16 - Philadelphia Eagles (via Indianapolis Colts)
17 - New Orleans Saints
18 - Pittsburgh Steelers
19 - Philadelphia Eagles

Early look ahead to next year’s picks.


1 - Eagles’ own pick

2 - Eagles’ own pick

3 - Eagles’ own pick

4 - Eagles’ own pick

5 - Eagles’ own pick

7 - Eagles’ own pick

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