With just a week left before the start of the NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles have announced that they are “open for business.” General manager Howie Roseman has admitted that the team is willing to listen to trade offers for their first-round pick, which is No. 32 overall. Per Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer: “We’re open for business.” – #Eagles GM when asked about the possibility of trading back out of the No. 32 spot in the first round of the draft. Eagles currently don’t have a second or third round selection. The Eagles find themselves short of picks in the opening rounds of this year’s draft due to recent trades they’ve made. They gave up their second-round pick to the Cleveland Browns in the trade which landed them franchise quarterback Carson Wentz.
Eagles ‘open for business’ on possible trade for No. 32 pick
Clutch Points | Apr 19