The Philadelphia Eagles have eight selections heading into the 2015 NFL draft in Chicago, including what would have been the Buffalo Bills' fourth-round pick for the team's trade involving Bryce Brown.
The Eagles finished last season with a 10–6 record and came in second in the NFC East but missed the playoffs. The team has been busy this off-season.
The Eagles traded quarterback Nick Foles and a 2015 fourth-round pick for a fifth-round pick and Rams quarterback Sam Bradford. Philadelphia also added running back DeMarco Murray, linebacker Brad Jones, quarterback Tim Tebow and cornerback Byron Maxwell in free agency.
Philadelphia has been linked to two Arizona State products with its first-round pick: Free safety Damarious Randall and wide receiver Jaelen Strong.
Below are the selections Philadelphia has in the draft:
Round 1, Pick 20 (20th overall)
Round 2, Pick 20 (52nd overall)
Round 3, Pick 20 (84th overall)
Round 4, Pick 14 (113th overall)
Round 5, Pick 9 (145th overall)
Round 5, Pick 20 (156th overall)
Round 6, Pick 20 (196th overall)
Round 7, Pick 20 (237th overall)