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The Eagles are interested in North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz, and could trade up to draft him with the first pick.

By SI Wire
April 14, 2016

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The Philadelphia Eagles are interested in trading for the Tennessee Titans’ No. 1 draft pick, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports.

Despite having quarterbacks Sam Bradford and Chase Daniel under team control for the next two and three years, respectively, Rapoport reports that the Eagles are still looking at drafting a quarterback.

Philadelphia has been linked to North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz, who is projected to be selected with one of the first few picks of the draft. The Eagles currently hold the eighth pick after trading up from No. 13 when they sent Kiko Alonso and Byron Maxwell to the Dolphins this off-season.

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Titans general manager Jon Robinson has said the team is open to trading away their first overall pick.

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