Adam Schefter Reports Philadelphia Eagles As One of Six Teams Looking to Trade Up in 2011 NFL Draft
It would come as a surprise to none that the Philadelphia Eagles are looking to trade up in this year’s NFL draft.
After all, head coach Andy Reid has traded up or down six of the last eight first rounds at drafts. He’s one of the most notorious traders on draft day.
Today ESPN’s NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported that the Eagles are one of six teams looking to trade up in this year’s draft. The other five are the Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Tennessee Titans, Minnesota Vikings, and New England Patriots.
The Eagles will likely attempt to trade up and select a cornerback or offensive lineman.
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