Stay current with all of the picks and trades made by the Philadelphia Eagles this year with our very own 2022 NFL Draft tracker.
April showers bring May flowers. The end of April brings another NFL Draft, and there’s both a buzz and trepidation building in the Philadelphia Eagles community simultaneously.
Perhaps you’ve heard. Philly has two draft choices in Round 1. That alone represents an opportunity to get better, but there’s the accompanying horror that comes with knowing vice president/general manager Howie Roseman will be in the war room leading the organization as those picks are made and announced.
Fingers are crossed. A lot is riding on this. The right decisions can help this team become a contender again. If the wrong choices are made, it can set the franchise back. Look no further than the Eagles’ decision to pass on Justin Jefferson in 2020 and add Jalen Reagor instead.
Grab those good luck charms and keep them close by. Let’s get into some particulars.
How many total picks are in the 2022 NFL Draft?
262 selections will be made in the 2022 NFL Draft during the three-day selection meeting. 43 selections will be made in Round 6. That’s the most of any of the seven total rounds.
How much time between picks in each round of the 2022 NFL Draft?
Ten minutes are allowed between picks in Round 1. Seven minutes are allowed between picks in Round 3. The time lessens to five minutes between picks in rounds three through six before each team will have four minutes to decide on someone in Round 7.
What are compensatory picks in the NFL Draft?
Compensatory picks are awarded in an attempt to help teams recover from losing key contributors by way of free agency. The formula has never been made public other than the knowledge that, if a player’s contract with his new team surpasses the money spent by the team that he left the prior offseason, the league determines whether or not the original team will be awarded additional picks and in which rounds those picks will be awarded in. No team can be given more than four picks in one draft
Which NFL team has the most picks in the 2022 NFL Draft?
Following the Kansas City Chiefs’ decision to deal Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins. K.C. is tied with the Jacksonville Jaguars for having the most selections. Both teams enter the draft with 12 selections in total.
What are undrafted free agents and when can they be signed?
Draft eligible prospects that won’t get a call during the three-day process become undrafted free agents. They can negotiate and sign with any team in the league once the NFL Draft wraps. Notable former undrafted Eagles on the current roster are T.J. Edwards, Greg Ward, Nate Herbig, and Boston Scott.
How many picks do the Eagles have in the 2022 NFL Draft?
The Eagles have ten selections at their disposal. The questions are about whether or not we’ll see Howie Roseman and company utilize all of them. He tends to treat draft choices like bargaining chips.
Philadelphia Eagles 2022 NFL Draft picks
Round 1, pick 13: Jordan Davis, interior DL, Georgia
Round 1: Eagles trade picks 18 and 101 for A.J. Brown
Round 2, pick 51: Cam Jurgens, center, Nebraska
Round 3, pick 83: Nakobe Dean, linebacker, UGA
Round 6, pick 181: Kyron Johnson, linebacker, Kansas
Round 6, pick 198: Grant Calcaterra, tight end, SMU
How to watch the 2022 NFL Draft
Date and time:
Day 1 (First Round)
Thursday, April 28 – 8 pm EST
Day 2 (Second and Third Round)
Friday, April 29 – 7 pm EST
Day 3 (Rounds 4-7)
Saturday, April 30 – 12 pm EST
If you’re looking to stream this year’s NFL Draft, there’s no better way to do so than with fuboTV. They offer a free trial for new users and there are no cancellation fees. They have an abundance of services like a Cloud DVR and local channels in most markets.
Eagles execute a trade and land one of the NFL’s best safeties!
The Eagles brass meets with the media.
That’s a wrap on a very entertaining first night!
The Eagles add former Nebraska standout, Cam Jurgens with the 51st-overall selection!
With the 83rd-overall selection, Philly goes with Nakone Dean. It just happened much later than people thought it would!
Do not adjust your screens or restart your phones. They did it!
Eagles announce that they’re trading picks 188 and 237 to the Detroit Lions for pick 181 at about 3:42 p.m. EST.
With their final two selections in Round 6, Philly takes linebacker Kyron Johnson and tight end Grant Calcaterra with the 181st and 198th selections respectively.
That’s a wrap for Philly from Las Vegas! Keep an eye on Inside The Iggles as we’ll keep you up to date on all of the fallout.