Eagles acquire No. 2 pick
The 2016 NFL Draft continues to get shuffled up just a week before it begins as the Philadelphia Eagles traded for the No. 2 pick that belonged to the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday.
In a massive deal, the Eagles acquired Cleveland’s No. 2 overall pick and the Browns’ fourth-round pick in 2017. Philadelphia is giving the Browns their 2016 first-round pick (No. 8), their third-round pick (No. 77), and their fourth-round pick (No. 100). Cleveland is also getting Philadelphia’s 2017 first-round pick and their 2018 second-round pick.
According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, the Eagles are currently listed with 60/1 odds to win Super Bowl LI next season while the Browns have 200/1 odds to win it all.
This move comes after the Rams made a trade to get the No. 1 pick last week. This sets up the Rams and Eagles likely taking quarterbacks with the first two picks with Jared Goff of Cal and Carson Wentz of North Dakota State the likely two picks. The big question is, which one will go where? The Eagles clearly are looking for someone to push Sam Bradford, or simply looking for his replacement.