Philadelphia Eagles general manage Howie Roseman is no stranger to making a deal.

Roseman has been with the team in some capacity since 2010, and has been a wheeler and a dealer on draft night and 2024 might be no different according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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Schefter writes that the team could be looking at a cornerback, and might not be able to get the one they want where they are currently slotted at No. 22, making a deal to move up possible.

If Roseman wants a cornerback at No. 22, as many people around the league believe he could, he might have to move up again. Per sources, he already has been calling around, gauging what a trade up might look like to be prepared for what has become a near-annual tradition.'s most recent mock draft from Jordan Reid has the Eagles making a trade with Denver to select Alabama cornerback Terrion Arnold with pick No. 12.

In conversations with sources, it sounds like the Eagles want to trade up in Round 1 or Round 2 to target either a cornerback or an offensive tackle. And Denver might decide it can move down, add more picks and still get a quarterback.

The mock trade includes the Eagles sending Denver picks 22, 50 and 161 in exchange for the right to move up 10 spots.

The team has two incumbents at the position, Darius Slay and James Bradberry, but should be looking to get younger at the position with both player currently on the wrong side of 30 by the time the season starts. Bradberry will be 31 and Slay will be 33.

While Slay had a solid season in 2023, Bradberry struggled a bit and is making a significant amount of money, making moving him difficult.  However, the team could bring in a younger player to push him during camp and potentially take over the position at some point in 2024 or in the future.

If the Eagles stick at No. 22 there should be guys like Nate Wiggins, Cooper DeJean who could be a corner or a safety, or Kool-Aid McKinstry.

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