The Philadelphia Eagles didn’t pick at No. 32, but they added a second-round pick in the NFL Draft after making a draft night trade with the Baltimore Ravens.

The Eagles gave Baltimore the No. 32 pick and 132nd pick, in exchange for the 52nd and 125th picks in 2018 plus a second-round pick in the 2019 draft.

With the No. 32 pick, the Ravens took Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson, who was Heisman trophy winner in 2016 as a sophomore.

The trade gave the Eagles a second-round pick this season, but it also gives them another second-round pick next season, when they might need to add more talent.

Here is a breakdown of the picks the Eagles own for the draft: