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5 Draft-Day Trades Howie Roseman Should Be Exploring
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As the Philadelphia Eagles prepare for the 2014 NFL draft, GM Howie Roseman will have an opportunity to add a handful of talented players to an already-solid roster. The offense really clicked in year one under Chip Kelly, as Nick Foles and co. set franchise records in both points scored and total yards gained.

That means the best idea for Philadelphia would be to add defense. The secondary seems to be the ideal position to target, particular the safety position. Alabama's Ha Ha Clinton-Dix or Louisville's Calvin Pryor are good options for the first round.

Then again, there's always the chance that Roseman trades out of the 22nd overall pick. He is a strong believer in the best-player-available philosophy, and he may deem the best move to trade up, trade down or even trade the pick for a player. That being said, here are five possible scenarios should the Eagles move out of pick No. 22.

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