Eagles NFL Draft-day Trade History under GM Howie Rosenman

The Philadelphia Eagles are undergoing another short-term Howie Rosenman, the team’s GM and salary cap expert, will rebuild the franchise to return it to the Super Bowl.

Roseman is known for his inability to sit still. has always been an active draft night trader and will likely make a move or two 24 days from now during rounds 1-3.

Roseman conducted over 40 draft-day trades In the past decade, Chip Kelly has taken control of the personnel.

With the Eagles looking to make moves, we’ve broken down and examined Roseman’s draft-day trades since taking the reigns on two occasions.

NFL Draft in 2022

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  • A 2022 first round pick (No. April 28: Traded a first-round 2022 pick (No. To: Tennessee WR A.J. Brown.

  • April 28: Select DT Jordan Davis With the 13th overall selection in the NFL Draft of 2022.

  • 15 overall), a 2022 fourth-round pick, (No. On April 28, a 2022 pick in the first round (No. The team will also have two fifth-round picks in 2022 (numbers 162 and 166 overall) as well as a 2022 fourth-round selection (number 124). 162 and 166 to Houston A first-round selection in 2022 is available (No. 13 overall).

  • 16 and 194 to be traded for 2022 picks on April 4. 16, 19, and 194 are to be traded. New Orleans Picks 18, 101, 237 and 2022 No. The picks are 18, 101, 236, a first-round selection in 2023, and a pick from the second round of 2024.

Philadelphia Howie Rosenman, who had ten picks in the NFL Draft of 2023, ended up with Jordan Davis, A.J. Brown.

NFL Draft in 2021

Apr 29, 2021 Cleveland, Ohio, USA; DeVonta Smith The NFL commissioner Roger Goodell with Alabama’s selection by Philadelphia Eagles The number ten pick overall in the first round 2021 NFL Draft will be held at First Energy Stadium. Mandatory credit: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia landed DeVonta Smith at No. 10 overall, but several moves preceded the Heisman Trophy winner’s arrival.

  • March 17, 2021 – Acquired a 2021 third-round pick (No. 84 overall) as well as a conditional 2022 first-round selection from the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for QB Carson Wentz.

  • March 26, 2021Acquired a 2021 first-round pick (No. The 2021 fourth round pick (No. The 2022 first round pick will come from the Miami Dolphins The first round pick (2021) (No. The first round pick (2021) (Number 6 overall) is exchanged for the fifth-round 2021 (Number 156 overall). 156 overall).

  • April 29, 2020Acquired a 2021 first-round pick (No. In exchange for a first round pick in 2021 (No. 12 overall/LB Micah Parsons84 overall/DE) and 2021 third round pick (No. 84 overall/DE Chauncey Golston).

  • April 30, 2021 – Acquired a 2021 third-round pick (No. The 73rd overall pick was used for the acquisition of select DT Milton WilliamsThe team also received a sixth-round draft pick in 2021 (No. 191 overall), and a 2021 sixth round pick (No. Carolina Panthers The third round pick of 2021 (No. 70 overall/T Brady Christensen).

  • May 1, 2020 – Acquired a 2022 fifth-round pick from the Washington Football Team in exchange for a 2021 sixth-round pick (No. The Washington Football Team has traded a 2021 sixth-round selection (No. 240 overall).

NFL Draft 2020

(Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images).

Philadelphia traded third and fifth round selections. Detroit Cornerback Darius Slay was traded for.

  • Philadelphia traded a 4th-round choice (146th) for a 5th-round (164th) pick and a 5th-round 2021 selection.

  • Philadelphia traded a 5th-round choice (164th) for Miami’s 173rd, and 227th-round choices.

  • New England sent a Philadelphia a fifth-round choice in exchange for Michael Bennett, a defensive lineman.

Eagles Select John Hightower With pick No. 168

  • Philadelphia traded the 173rd and 227th picks of their fifth and seventh selections to Chicago In exchange for two selections from the fifth round and one selection each from the seventh round (196th and 200th).

  • Philadelphia acquired a 6th-round pick (190th). San Francisco Wide receiver in exchange for wide receiver Marquise Goodwin Sixth-round selection is made (210th).

Eagles Select Quez Watkins Pick No. 200

NFL Draft 2019

(Tim Tai/The Philadelphia Inquirer through AP, Pool).

  • The Eagles GM moved up to the No. The Eagles GM traded up to No. 22 from No. Land on the No. 25 position Andre Dillard Washington State. Roseman released the 25th overall pick, the 127th (fourth round), and 197th (6th) overall.

  • Roseman acquired from New England the 167th and 246th selections (7th round), respectively, for the 163rd selection. Roseman picked Clayton Thorson.

  • Roseman acquired DT Hassan Ridgeway Indianapolis for the 246th selection in the 7th round of the NFL Draft.

NFL Draft 2018

With only a handful of picks entering the draft, the Eagles’ GM started to deal.

  • Not seeing value at No. Roseman sold the 32nd round (QB) to Roseman. Lamar JacksonThe 2018 NFL Draft will see the 132nd and 133rd overall picks. Baltimore For the 52nd, 125th and 2nd round picks of 2018 and 2019. The 125th overall selection became Avonte Maddox.

  • Roseman acquired the 49th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft in exchange for Indianapolis’ 52nd and the 169th overall choices.

The 49th pick is used to select a tight-end Dallas Goedert.

NFL Draft 2017

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  • Roseman acquired DT Tim Jernigan as well as a 3rd-round draft pick in 2017 which was (CB Rasul Douglas(Baltimore) in exchange for a 3rd-round draft pick of 2017.

  • Roseman then traded Roseman the 139th pick and 230th pick to Minnesota For the 132nd selection he made on RB Donnel pumphrey.

  • Roseman then exchanged the 155th selection in 2017 for the 164th as well as the 214th.

  • Roseman traded Miami the 164th overall and the 194th for the 166th & 184th in 2017. Shelton Gibson was the result of those picks. Nate Gerry.

NFL Draft 2016

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After getting the reigns back from Chip Kelly, Roseman altered the Eagles’ history before the draft, trading LB Kiko Alonso, CB Byron Maxwell, and the 13th overall selection to the Miami Dolphins for the 8th overall selection.

Roseman flipped several picks to the other team days before the draft. These included the 8th, 3rd, 4th, and 1st rounds of the 2017 draft as well as the 2018 2nd round. Cleveland Browns The 2nd overall pick and the 4th round 2017 selection. The No. Carson Wentz, No.

Roseman traded Minnesota the 188th pick overall for a 2016 7th round selection and a 2016 6th round selection.

Roseman turned around days before the start date of the NFL season in 2016 and traded quarterback Sam Bradford with Minnesota in exchange for a 2017 first-round pick and a 2018 fourth-round pick.

NFL Draft 2015

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Roseman lost power before the start the 2015 NFL season to Chip Kelly, but regained it when Jeffrey Lurie hired Doug Pederson and fired Kelly.

NFL Draft 2014

Marcus Smith, LB (26th pick) in the 2014 draft

  • Roseman traded his 2014 5th round draft pick to the New Orleans Saints RB Darren Sproles.

  • Roseman then traded a 1st round draft choice to the Browns to trade back and acquire Cleveland’s 26th pick and a 3rd-round pick. Cleveland would eventually select Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel, while the Eagles would land the first-round bust Marcus Smith.

  • Roseman traded the third round pick to the Texans.

  • Roseman traded a second round draft choice and a fourth round draft selection to the Tennessee Titans For a 2nd-round pick that became Jordan Matthews.

Chip Kelly, a rumor has it, wanted to select Matthews early in first round.

  • Roseman then traded a 3rd-round draft choice to the Houston Texans in exchange for a pick from the 4th round and a pick from 5th round that would become Taylor Hart.

  • Roseman then traded Buffalo Bills RB Bryce Brown, a 2014 seventh round draft choice that became Beau Allen as well as a 2015 fourth round draft selection that Roseman traded Detroit for.

NFL Draft 2013

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Roseman gave a 4th and 7th draft choices to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for Matt Barkley, a pick from the 4th draft round.

NFL Draft, 20212

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  • The Eagles swapped CB Asante Samuel with the Atlanta Falcons to get a 7th-round pick, which was Bryce Brown.

  • Roseman then exchanged a pick from the first round, a pick from the fourth round, and a pick from the sixth to Seattle Seahawks, in return for a pick of the first draft.

The Eagles made the pick 12 in Roseman’s draft. Roseman and his Eagles team selected Fletcher Cox, a future All-Pro.

  • Roseman then dealt a Green Bay Packers 2nd round selection for a Green Bay Packers 2nd and 4th round selections that gave the Eagles Brandon Boykin, Vinny curry and a 3rd round draft.

  • Houston would have been able to draft Brandon Brooks with a previous trade to the Texans, and the Eagles would have drafted Nick Foles using a pick obtained from the Texans.

NFL Draft 2011

11. Jason Kelce: $ 8,414,000

  • Roseman acquired Eagles Jason Kelce by trading a Baltimore 3rd round pick and a Baltimore 6th round selection.

  • Roseman traded a fourth round draft pick to Tampa Bay in exchange for a draft selection in the 4th and 5th rounds in 2011.

  • Roseman traded a draft pick from the 5th round and a draft pick from the 7th round to NY Jets in exchange for a draft selection and a draft choice of the 6th.

  • New England acquired the first round pick in the draft after they traded it to them.

  • Roseman traded a second 6th round draft pick to New England in exchange for a 6th round draft pick.

NFL Draft 2010

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  • In his first draft as general manager, Roseman came out the gate swinging, turning the Eagles’ 2010 second-round selection into six picks over two drafts.

  • Roseman made four trades in four rounds after trading away two third rounders to move into the first.

  • Roseman exchanged a pick in the first round (New England flipped that pick to Dallas and they selected WR Dez. Bryant), two picks in the third round, to Denver for a pick in round one. That pick would eventually become Brandon Graham.

  • Roseman traded a second round draft (LB Sean Lee), to Dallas, for a second-round draft that he then traded to the Browns in exchange for a 4th round pick.

  • Roseman then exchanged a 6th round draft pick to Detroit for an 7th draft pick.

  • Roseman then exchanged a 2011 5th draft choice for a San Diego 5th draft choice.

  • Roseman traded a third round draft pick to Green Bay in exchange for a fourth round draft selection and a third round draft pick.

  • Roseman traded a second round draft pick to Cleveland in exchange for a third round draft selection (later transferred to Green Bay), and two fifth round draft selections, of which one was traded to San Diego.

Roseman flipped those picks into Daniel Te’o-Neshiem, Mike Kafka, Clay Harbor, Ricky Sapp, and Riley Cooper while missing out on linebacker Sean Lee.

Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire

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