2010 NFL Draft: Eagles Could Be Contender Of Trading For 5th Overall Pick

April 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the draft three days away, the phone lines begin to buzz for all 32 teams.
This draft class is one of the deepest, which should be a target for trades in the first round again this year.
One of the many potential trading partners is the Philadelphia Eagles, who currently own the most picks in this years draft.
The Eagles have been rumored to trading up from the 24th overall pick, knowing they have draft picks that won't be signed, and can be valuable trade bait.
A perfect match? An Eagles-Chiefs deal just might be. Reported by fellow BleacherReport writer Daniel Wolf, Michael Lombardi of the National Football Post is reported in the Chiefs interest to trade out of the number five pick.
General manager Scott Pioli believes there will be valuable offensive lineman in the late first and second rounds, and can save extra cash in the process.
The Eagles have to be a team that is interested, because they have an eye on one of the best prospects in the draft...

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