EAGLES HOWIE ‘CALLING AROUND’ TO MOVE UP FROM 22 TO DRAFT CB!

By Max Harper

The NFL draft is only three nights away, and the Eagles are stuck at 22, so here’s what ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting:

Eagles general manager Howie Roseman has a history of trading up in Round 1 for the player he wants.

He did it in 2019 to get offensive tackle Andre Dillard, in 2021 to get wide receiver Devonta Smith, in 2022 to get defensive lineman Jordan Davis and again in 2023 to get defensive tackle Jalen Carter, Davis’ teammate at Georgia.

If Roseman wants a cornerback at No. 22, as many people around the league believe he could, he might have to move up again.

Per sources, he already has been calling around, gauging what a trade up might look like to be prepared for what has become a near-annual tradition.

It’s also worth noting Roseman, who has been Philly’s GM since 2010, has never drafted a corner, tight end, running back or safety in Round 1.

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