The Eagles are expected to trade their first-round pick, first- and third-round picks, a fourth-round selection and a sixth-round choice.
Here’s what we know so far: Eagles’ 2018 draft picks The Eagles have the No. 10 overall pick in next month’s draft and have the right to trade it for No. 11 or 12.
That’s why they will be making a trade for the No-2 pick in 2019.
They have two picks in that round, including No. 4, and the Eagles have two second-round selections in 2019 and 2020.
The Eagles would have to give up their third-rounder to get the No 2 pick.
The Philadelphia Eagles have four first-rounder in the 2018 draft: No. 5, No. 6, No, No 4, No 6.
The 2019 and 2021 first-year compensatory picks are not guaranteed.
Eagles’ first- or second-rounder picks In 2018, the Eagles had the right for them to trade for a second- or third-stringer.
The second- and fourth-stringers have already been dealt and have been dealt elsewhere.
The third- and fifth-string options have been traded.
Eagles have three second-year prospects in 2018: Malik Hooker, Cody Parkey and Austin Seferian-Jenkins.
Hooker is a former second-team All-ACC pick.
Parkey, a second round pick in 2016, is a fifth-round prospect.
The 2018 third- rounder was the seventh-round draft pick of the Philadelphia Eagles.
The fifth-rounder was the third-year player of the franchise, who has yet to sign a contract.
2018 second-Round pick of Eagles’ draft The Eagles selected Jordan Matthews No. 13 overall in 2018.
The No. 3 pick of that draft is currently Josh Huff.
The top two picks of this year’s draft were first- round picks Jordan Matthews and Anthony Barr.
Matthews and Barr have both played in the NFL since they were drafted in 2018, while Matthews has played for two different teams since he was drafted by the Eagles in 2017.
Matthews is in the last year of his rookie contract.
Matthews was selected by the Cowboys in the first round.