Originally written on Philly Sports World  |  Last updated 10/15/14
The Eagles still hold the #4 overall pick in the draft, at least as of now. Rumors and reports that the Eagles are looking to move that #4 pick, moving up in the draft does not seem very sensible. Mock drafts have the Eagles snagging with their current pick  a defensive tackle or end, Star Lotulelei Utah, Shariff Floyd  from Florida or defensive end Ezekiel Ansah BYU. Moving up in the draft one position possibly could land them offensive tackle Eric Fisher from Central Michigan. Trading up down or staying put, this will be answered today. Will Andy Reid trade his #1 pick? (Luke Joeckel from Texas A&M projected as) Reid picking an offensive lineman with the number 1 overall, Joeckel could be his next Todd Herramins. NFL Draft order First Round Kansas City Jacksonville Oakland Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland Arizona Buffalo N.Y. Jets Tennessee San Diego Miami N.Y. Jets (Tampa) Carolina New Orleans St. Louis Pittsburgh Dallas N.Y Giants Chicago Cincinnati St. Louis (Washington) Minnesota Indianapolis Minnesota (Seattle) Green Bay Houston Denver New England Atlanta San Francisco Baltimore Similar Posts: Eagles free agent signings: James Casey could mean end for Brent Celek Sixers keep losing earning lottery balls and possibly a Center Eagles finally get big wide receiver, but will he make the cut? Phillies start road trip with win in ten innings The Sixers have a clear path to take, let Bynum walk with no offer
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