The Cardinals also own pick #79 in round 3 which could be worked in.
- Denver trades back into the first round for a QB.
The Broncos look like they may pass on a QB in round 1, so they may also be in the market to trade up for a Mason Rudolph.
Broncos receive pick #32
Eagles receive picks #40 and #106 (fourth round)
(Denver also owns pick #99 in the third round.)
- Indy trades back into the first round.
The Colts have a ton of picks after their trade with the Jets and may be looking to use them. As we saw with the above trades, a player may slip, and the Colts have the picks to move up and get that player.
Colts receive picks #32 and #169
Eagles receive picks #37 (second round) and #104 (fourth round)
- Chicago trades up for an offensive lineman.
There should be 3-5 solid offensive line options when the Eagles are on the board at 32. If the Bears go defense in round 1, they could look to trade up for some much needed offensive line help.
- The Chargers trade back up into the first round for a QB.
The Chargers could just as easily draft a QB at 17 or trade down, but let's have some fun here.
If they were to pass on a QB at 17, and Mason Rudolph or Lamar Jackson were still sitting there at 32, they could make a move for their QB of the future. This would have the Eagles drop to pick 48, which probably won't happen, but it would be the best return that they could possibly get, and matches up perfectly according to the pick value chart.
Tampa Bay- they own pick 38 in round 2. They need all they help they can get.
Green Bay- They have a ton of picks and may want to make a splash. They are already rumored to have interest in moving up, if they fail maybe they will settle for jumping back into round 1.
Miami- The Eagles and Dolphins have a history. Maybe Miami will want to trade up for a QB.
Players to watch if they do trade down...
I think the Eagles can trade down even to say 47 or 48 and still get an impact player with their first pick.
Justin Reid, S, Stanford- Reid is being mocked anywhere from as high as 24 to Carolina, all the way to 47 to Arizona. If the Eagles trade down they will certainly be looking at Reid in round 2. They could also be in play for Reid at 32, but he makes even more sense with a trade.
Donte Jackosn, CB, LSU- Jackson should slip to the early to mid part of round 2. I think the Eagles are ok at corner, but Jackson is known as a slot corner, and could fill a need for the Birds right away.
Chukwuma Okorafor, T, Western Michigan - He is a mountain of a man at 6'6, 320. If the Eagles were to make a drastic drop, say with Arizona, he would be an option at 47, and the possible left tackle of the future. The Eagles have been linked to Okorafor throughout the draft process.
Connor Williams, T, Texas- Williams would be an option for the Eagles if they traded back a few slots, he is also an option at 32.
Whichever running back is left- If Guice is gone, they could very well trade back and land one of the remaining RB's available while still accumulating picks.
Some teams seem to be scared off by injury with Sony Michel, so it is a possibility that he could fall to the 34-40 range.
The Birds have also been linked to Rashaad Penny from SDSU.
Nick Chubb from Georgia, and Ronald Jones from USC could also be options should the Eagles trade back.
Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State- The Eagles have been linked to Goedert throughout the draft process. I don’t think they will take a tight end at 32, but if they trade down and a top talent like Goedert or even Hayden Hurst fall into the second round, they could certainly look at tight end.