Eagles still trying to trade up for shot at Mariota

The NFL Draft is just hours away, and there are still reports pouring in about teams trying to make moves before the big event gets underway.

Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean has reported that the Philadelphia Eagles are still attempting to trade up with the Titans for the No.2 overall pick.

There have been rumors churning for weeks that Chip Kelly and Eagles general manager Ed Marynowitz will lobby to move up to the second overall draft spot in order to get Marcus Mariota.

In addition to trading however many of their eight picks it takes to get into postition to draft the Heisman Trophy winner, NBCSports reports that Philly is willing to move recently-acquired quarterback Sam Bradfrord in order to make the move up to No.2 happen.

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