Eagles tie NFL draft record by making 8 trades

The Eagles tied an NFL record for most trades in a seven-round draft with eight, joining the 2023 Texans and 2018 Patriots.

Philly takes Clemson LB Trotter Jr., son of ex-Eagle

With the 20th pick in the fifth round, Philadelphia selected linebacker Jeremiah Trotter Jr., a star at Clemson, where he posted 29.5 tackles for loss and 13 sacks over three seasons, and the son of one of the most beloved players to play for the Eagles.

Eagles trade up, draft Iowa DB DeJean at No. 40

The Eagles moved up in the second round to select versatile Iowa defensive back Cooper DeJean on Friday.

Two $25 million receivers?! Why DeVonta Smith's contract extension makes sense for the Eagles

With Smith's new contract, plus A.J. Brown, Saquon Barkley and Jalen Hurts, the Eagles now have the core of their offense locked in.

Eagles' next big contract could go to DeVonta Smith

After giving extensions to Landon Dickerson and Jordan Mailata, Philly could shift its focus to its young receiver.

Sources: LT Mailata, Eagles agree to 3-year deal

The Philadelphia Eagles and left tackle Jordan Mailata reached an agreement on a three-year, $66 million extension Thursday that includes $48 million guaranteed and a $20 million signing bonus, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Why the Eagles don't think they overspent on Saquon Barkley

Owner Jeffrey Lurie and GM Howie Roseman believe Barkley will play a central role in the offense.

Pickett: Confident how I 'handled' Steelers exit

New Eagles QB Kenny Pickett said he's "confident" in how he "handled" the news of Russell Wilson's addition to the Steelers and that he's "where I'm supposed to be."

Eagles' Barkley 'forever grateful' for Giants fans

At his introductory news conference with the Eagles, Saquon Barkley says he will be "forever grateful" to Giants fans.

Eagles deny violating tampering rule with Barkley

The Eagles denied impermissible contact between GM Howie Roseman and running back Saquon Barkley during the "legal tampering" period.