By Andrew GiffordThe Eagles trade up from the third to the seventh spot in the NFL draft to select a quarterback, linebacker, defensive end and cornerback.
The Philadelphia Eagles selected Ohio State wide receiver Nelson Agholor in the third round, and the Cleveland Browns selected Ohio quarterback Braxton Miller in the seventh round.
The Eagles acquired the third pick in the draft, but they’ll only get one first-round pick.
It’s a trade-off for drafting Carson Wentz.
The New York Jets traded up to the second spot in this year’s draft to acquire defensive end Myles Garrett, who the team will use to compete with Alabama tackle Cam Robinson for a starting job.
The Jets will take the second pick in this draft, which they will use on Garrett.
The Atlanta Falcons selected Ohio tackle Jonathan Cooper in the fourth round, while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Alabama tackle Cameron Lawrence in the fifth round.
Both the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles traded up in the first round to select quarterback Sam Darnold.
The Detroit Lions selected Clemson defensive end Taco Charlton in the sixth round.
Alfred Morris picked up the third overall pick in last year’s NFL draft.
Both teams will pick in their first rounds.
The Eagles will select Alabama wide receiver Sammie Coates, and New England Patriots selected Oklahoma quarterback Marcus Mariota in the second round.
Neither team will get a first-rounder, so the Eagles will get their pick in 2019.
Both are expected to be in the top 10 picks.