With the NFL trade deadline this Tuesday at 4pm, there is one Eagle whose name has come up in trade talks according to ESPN's NFL insider Adam Schefter that player is defensive end Vinny Curry.

Curry could help a 4-3 team in need of pass rush help, while he hasn't had much of an impact this season, he did have nine sacks in 397 snaps last season. He's likely to walk at the end of the season, playing in his final year of his rookie deal.

With just one sack this season, the former second round pick has been a square peg in a round hole since Chip Kelly took over for Andy Reid. He was drafted by the Reid regime as 4-3 defensive end, but has been out of place in that role in Bill Davis 3-4 scheme.

The Eagles could look to move him for a mid-round pick, adding picks could help them have enough fire power on draft to to move back into the second round, a pick they lost when they traded away for quarterback Sam Bradford.