Trade proposals for every Eagles selection in NFL Draft’s first three rounds

Nick Sirianni, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
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Jalen Reagor #18, Philadelphia Eagles
Jalen Reagor #18, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by G Fiume/Getty Images) /

Here are a couple of ideas for the Eagles if they’re looking to deal the 101st selection.

The Bears have got to be sick of staring up at the Green Bay Packers in the NFC North. Brandon Staley, with Justin Herbert in his wheelhouse and his reputation for being an offensive genius, may not have as long as we think to turn things around in L.A. with the Chargers.

Might Philly find a trade partner among two teams who may look to become aggressive during the selection meeting.

Philly takes advantage of a proud franchise that’s nearing desperation here. The Chicago Bears own a grand total of four picks in the 2022 NFL Draft but are void of picks in Round 1 and Round 4. They also have holes all over the roster.

Philly gives up picks 101 and 237 here. They also unload Jalen Reagor on a team that could use an offensive weapon for Justin Fields, and in return, they get the 148th and the 150th during Round 5 of the 2022 NFL Draft along with a second-rounder in 2023 and a third-rounder in 2024.

Again, arguments can be made for Brandon Staley needing to win quickly. Unfortunately, he now has Russell Wilson in his division along with two teams that made the playoffs to punctuate the 2021-2022 regular season, the Las Vegas Raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs. The latter was a few plays away from representing the AFC in the Super Bowl for a third consecutive season.

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This one’s easy. The Chargers trade up to 101. The Eagles slide back to 123 and get
Tevaughn Campbell who has 30 starts to his name but could be seen as expendable following the addition of J.C. Jackson.