It's the second consecutive week of Eagles voluntary team workouts and there has been a linebacker absent.

ILB Mychal Kendricks has indeed been a no-show for their voluntary workouts for the second consecutive week.

With the 2015 NFL Draft just hours away, a seemingly unhappy Kendricks could be shipped out of Philadelphia.

According to a report, the Eagles are trying to do just that.

Jason La Canfora tweets that the Eagles have put Kendricks on the trade block and have been seeking a second round pick in return

La Canfora also mentions that so far teams have been "balking" at that price, but things can certainly change.

Kendricks has been rumored to be on the trade block with the addition of Kiko Alonso from the LeSean McCoy trade along with the extension to Chip Kelly favorite in DeMeco Ryans.

 

If teams continue to call the Eagles bluff, Kendricks could get moved for lesser compensation.

RG Evan Mathis has also been mentioned in numerous trade possibilities as has slot cornerback Brandon Boykin.

Ian Rapoport, NFL Network, furthered La Canfora's report by saying that Boykin and Kendricks could be had "for the right price."