Report: Eagles and Browns Lay Framework for a Deal Involving No. 2 Pick
A possible deal between the Eagles and the Browns would see the two teams swap the second and eighth overall picks this year. To get there, Philadelphia would add in a third rounder this year and a first and a third in 2017, reports FOX Sports’ Alex Marvez.
ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter thinks the Eagles make the most sense to make a deal with the Browns.
"The team that makes the most sense right now is the Philadelphia Eagles at No. 8." Schefter said on Sportscenter. "They are with-in striking range, if they can find a way to get up to No. 2, but keep in mind, they Eagles don't have a second-round draft pick."
"The Browns are listening," Schefter continued.
So the question would be, which quarterback would the Eagles be targeting if they moved up to two? Are they comfortable with either Carson Wentz or Jared Goff falling in their lap?
ESPN NFL insider Adam Caplan says they like both of the options at the top of the draft.
"They like both quarterbacks, people don't seem to want to believe me, but I am telling you they like both quarterbacks," Caplan said on the Sports Bash. "They have Wentz higher, but they really do like Goff. They spent a lot of time with both quarterbacks, they worked out both quarterbacks - they have a lot of interest in both players. If they want Wentz or they want Goff they are going to have to deal with the Browns."
Right now, it seems that's what they are prepared to do.