By Mary Cunningham

So, the Eagles have tied up gobs of bucks in quarterback Sam Bradford and Chase Daniel.

But today they are meeting with a bright and shiny object in next month’s draft.

Who happens to be a quarterback!

Today the Eagles will work out North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz, according to Adam Caplan of ESPN.

The team’s meeting with Wentz comes two days after they worked out Cal quarterback Jared Goff, and one day after they worked out Stanford quartrback Kevin Hogan.

Although Hogan is projected to go in the later rounds, Wentz and Goff are both expected to go in the top 10 — and the Eagles pick at No. 8 overall.

Wentz, 6-foot-5, 237 pounds, could very well be the first quarterback taken, meaning if the Eagles are serious about taking him, they might have to trade up to do so.