The NFL Draft has finally arrived, never can I remember a draft with this much anticipation surrounding what the Eagles will do with their pick.

Stay at No. 20, move up to take Marcus Mariota?

I think you've heard all the possibilities - Here are the latest.

We'll follow along here is what we're hearing:

  • Appearing on NFL Insiders, ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reported Browns GM Ray Farmer is "not feeling pressed to make any sort of move he's not comfortable with."
  • Appearing on Sirius NFL Radio, FOX Sports Ohio's Zach Jackson said he would "not rule out" the Browns trading for Sam Bradford.
  • Appearing on WEEI in Boston, ESPN's Adam Schefter said he doesn't expect the Browns to trade up for Oregon QB Marcus Mariota.
  • The St. Louis Post-Dispatch confirms the Rams had talks with the Titans about the No. 2 overall pick, but that they amounted to "nothing meaningful."
  •'s Ian Rapoport reports the Titans are requesting so much for the No. 2 pick that some teams believe "they just want to take Marcus Mariota and be done."
  • A "member of the Mariota camp" told ESPN's Sal Paolantonio that he believes the Eagles remain "serious" contenders to trade up for Oregon QB Marcus Mariota at the No. 2 overall pick.
  • FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reports the Titans are telling teams inquiring about the No. 2 overall pick that "it's going to take a HUGEEEE value to pry it away."
  • According to's Peter King, the Browns believe they have a "good chance" to acquire Sam Bradford from the Eagles.
  • SI's Peter King says the Eagles would likely have to give up two first-round picks plus "something significant" to get Oregon QB Marcus Mariota.
  • Per Albert Breer of NFL Network - NFL teams view Eagles DE Fletcher Cox as a trade piece.
  • A league source tells the Eagles are doing "all they can" to move up for Oregon QB Marcus Mariota.
  • The Chicago Tribune's Dan Pompei reports "the chances are very good" the Titans stand pat and draft Marcus Mariota at No. 2 overall.
  • Live at Titans headquarters, ESPN's Bob Holtzman confirmed on SportsCenter that the team is "open for business" at the No. 2 overall pick.