Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Creative Moves Howie Roseman Should Make on Draft Day

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Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Creative Moves Howie Roseman Should Make on Draft Day
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The NFL draft is just over a month away. For general manager Howie Roseman, it'll be a nice transition back to football following all of the drama surrounding the surprising DeSean Jackson release.

Roseman has already stated the team's philosophy is to take the best player available, which the Eagles have followed in each of the past two drafts. It's worked out extremely well too, as the Eagles picked Fletcher Cox, Mychal Kendricks, Nick Foles and Brandon Boykin in 2012 before adding Lane Johnson, Zach Ertz and Bennie Logan in 2013. 

The Eagles have just six picks this year, and they've made it clear they would like more. They tried trading DeSean Jackson but weren't able to net any picks for him. At this point, Roseman is either going to have to settle for just six picks or he'll have to be creative on draft day to acquire some more picks. 

Here are five possibilities for the fifth-year general manager and the Eagles on draft weekend. 

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