The NFL trade deadline is November 1, 2022, and there have been whispers about the Philadelphia Eagles again today. Team officials are seeking a modification due to the recent injury update.
The Eagles are a perennial mover at the trade deadline. Howie Roseman, the GM, is on the assault and searching for deals at the moment. Teams believe the Eagles need to replace Derek Barnett at pass-rusher due to an injury to the position.
Burns is the most buzzed-about pass rusher on the trade market, but the Panthers have rejected huge offers to acquire him. (One GM informed that the very minimum to acquire Burns would be two first-round picks, which is insane and fantastic news for Burns’ chances of getting a contract extension.)
Robert Quinn of Chicago may be a decent midrange alternative to explore here. However, as of late last week, Chicago had made it apparent that Quinn would not be relocated. The Bears then defeated New England 33-14 to improve to 3-4. So, maybe Chicago will stick with him.
Eagles have agreed to acquire DE Robert Quinn from the Chicago Bears in exchange for a fourth round pick in 2023, pending physical. pic.twitter.com/xga6vJvK3V
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) October 26, 2022
Andre Dillard, an Eagles left tackle, is still a trade target. Fans believe the Eagles will trade him, but only for a high-quality selection, most likely a third-rounder. Dillard gives the team another option at left tackle, where Jordan Mailata has struggled due to injury. However, Dillard may sign with any team in the league next year as a free agent.