Philadelphia Eagles: One dream trade target from each team for 2020

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Buffalo Bills: Tremaine Edmunds

Linebacker always seems to be one of the positions in need of improvement for the Eagles once the offseason arrives, and this happens to be the case once again for 2020, especially after previously releasing Nigel Bradham.

Looking ahead to the draft, chances are Philadelphia will look to address the need early on since the class is loaded with plenty of prospects for the first two rounds.

Back in 2018 when the Eagles were coming off their first Super Bowl title in franchise history, Tremaine Edmunds was considered one of the top linebackers in the draft, meaning it was going to be a long shot to land him at the end of the first round.

With the Buffalo Bills being fortunate enough to have two picks in the first round that draft, Edmunds was an easy decision at No. 15 after the team found a hopeful quarterback of the future in Josh Allen at No. 7.

Over the last two seasons, Edmunds has made a name for himself on the defensive side of the football for the Bills, and is even coming off Pro Bowl honors for the first time, making it even more clearer this was the right selection by Buffalo in 2018.

One can only imagine how different the last two years would have been for Philadelphia at linebacker if they were in better position to land Edmunds back in 2018, but also since they were coming off a Super Bowl victory, it really is difficult to complain.