Eagles Acquire No. 233 Pick From Patriots

The Super Bowl LII opponents made an 11th-hour deal. Never averse to trade down, the Patriots moved out of the No. 233 position by trading the pick to the Eagles.

New England will receive Philadelphia’s No. 250 selection as well as a 2019 seventh-round pick, Jeff McLane of Philly.com tweets.

The Eagles selected offensive lineman Jordan Mailata, an Australia native and rugby player, with what is now their final 2018 draft choice. Philadelphia made five picks in this year’s draft — beginning at the No. 49 spot — and the last two were tackles. Four of the defending Super Bowl champions’ five selections came on Day 3.

 

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6 comments on “Eagles Acquire No. 233 Pick From Patriots

  1. Connorsoxfan

    The Pats now have 10 picks next year, plus 4-5 compensatory picks. (3rd for Butler and Solder, 6th for Lewis, 7th for Fleming, ? for Amendola) Compensatory projections according to the Boston Globe.

  2. Z-A

    Didnt they bring in some huge dude a few years ago that never played football as a project. Not big V.

  3. Z-A

    It’s really annoying me that I cant find the name of the guy they brought in a couple years ago. He was like 6-8 orsomething, never played football. Any search just comes up for Mailata bc same circumstances

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