Eagles Acquire No. 22 Pick From Ravens

The Eagles have acquired the No. 22 pick from the Ravens, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (Twitter link). Baltimore will pick up No. 25, No. 127, and No. 197, tweets Field Yates of ESPN.com.

Philadelphia will use the selection to draft Washington State Andre Dillard. Given that the offensive-line needy Texans were sitting at No. 23, the Eagles made the move up the board to find a left tackle of the future.

Dillard, whom many observers ranked as the best pass-blocking tackle in the draft, will now become the long-term replacement for blinside protector Jason Peters. Until Peters hangs up his cleats, Dillard will slide in either as a swing tackle or guard.

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5 comments on “Eagles Acquire No. 22 Pick From Ravens

  1. Polish Hammer

    They got what they needed long term and all reports say this guy will be great, so I’m good with it. Now time to fill other needs like Sanders the RB from State Penn.

  2. bradthebluefish

    Ravens traded back and still got their bonafide WR. Congrats!

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