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Eagles Have Nine Picks In NFL Draft

The NFL announced on Monday that 32 compensatory picks had been awarded to 15 teams for the net loss of free agents in the 2011 offseason. The Eagles did not qualify for a compensatory pick. They still, however, have nine picks for the 2012 NFL Draft which kicks off Thursday, April 26. On Tuesday, the NFL unveiled the complete seven-round draft order which includes the compensatory selections.

Here are the Eagles draft choices:

Round 1 (15th overall pick) - Own Selection
Round 2 (46th overall pick) - Own Selection
Round 2 (51st overall pick) - Acquired from Arizona in Kevin Kolb trade
Round 3 (88th overall pick) - Acquired from Houston in DeMeco Ryans trade
Round 4 (114th overall pick) - Own Selection
Round 5 (153rd overall pick) - Own Selection
Round 6 (172nd overall pick) - Acquired from Indianapolis in Winston Justice trade
Round 6 (194th overall pick) - Acquired from Denver in Joe Mays trade
Round 6 (200th overall pick) - Acquired from New England in Tracy White trade

Here are picks that were previously owned by the Eagles:

Round 3 (76th overall pick) - Traded to Houston in DeMeco Ryans deal
Round 4 (99th overall pick) - Originally acquired from Tampa Bay in 2011 draft day trade. Then, sent to Houston in DeMeco Ryans trade
Round 6 (187th overall pick) - Traded to Indianapolis in Winston Justice deal. Indianapolis traded pick to New York Jets
Round 7 (223rd overall pick) - Traded to New England in Tracy White deal. New England traded pick to Minnesota

Our live coverage of the 2012 NFL Draft kicks off with Eagles Draft Live! presented by Dietz and Watson on Wednesday, April 25 at Noon.

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