The Eagles reportedly acquired three-time Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay from the Detroit Lions in exchange for third- (No. 85 overall) and fifth-round (No. 166 overall) draft picks in 2020.
Once the trade becomes official, the Eagles still have eight picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, which will take place April 23-25. Make sure to watch our live coverage all weekend long on Eagles Draft Central presented by Dietz and Watson.
Here is a look at the Eagles' eight picks in the 2020 NFL Draft:
1st Round: No. 21 overall
2nd Round: No. 53 overall
3rd Round: No. 85 overall (Reportedly sent to Detroit in Slay trade)
3rd Round: No. 103 overall (Compensatory pick)
4th Round: No. 127 overall
4th Round: No. 145 overall (Compensatory pick)
4th Round: No. 146 overall (Compensatory pick)
5th Round: No. 166 overall (Reportedly sent to Detroit in Slay trade)
5th Round: No. 168 overall (From New England)
6th Round: No. 190 overall (From Atlanta)
The Eagles received three compensatory picks from the league for losing quarterback Nick Foles, linebacker Jordan Hicks, and wide receiver Golden Tate in the 2019 offseason. The fifth-round pick was acquired from New England as part of the Michael Bennett trade last offseason. The sixth-round pick from Atlanta was acquired as part of the Johnathan Cyprien/Duke Riley trade during the 2019 regular season.