Dig into the details of every trade executed leading up to and during the 2018 NFL Draft, including potential moves in the first round for the top quarterbacks like Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson.
the coming years. Giants ' trade grade: Cool with it. Eagles strengthen their strengths Seattles acquires: WR Marcus Johnson , 2018 fifth-round pick. The Seahawks are waving the white flag on a great era of defensive football. Sending
an example of Roseman's swing-for-the-fences mentality. He gave up nothing more than a fifth-rounder and Marcus Johnson for a still-talented and unique pass-rusher. Joining a defensive front laced with Fletcher Cox , Brandon Graham
I think Michael Bennett was their best player I still truly do and what we get overrun with a fifth round pick and Marcus Johnson for Michael Bennett who could be a game record scary under the new thing but the world champs got Michael Bennett
the end, the Eagles made an offer the Seahawks were pleased with, sending a fifth-round draft pick and wideout Marcus Johnson to Seattle for the veteran defensive end and a seventh-rounder. With the Eagles currently mired in salary-cap
exchange for Bennett and Seattle's seventh-round pick, Philadelphia will send a fifth-round selection and wideout Marcus Johnson . If the landing spot is surprising, Seattle's decision to move the 32-year-old Bennett comes as no shock after
are sending a second and a seven down traffic. 20 he's Super Bowl champs and he Eagles in exchange for receiver Marcus Johnson and fifth round pick if when he eighteen the deal. Can become official on March 14 that is the first day of the new
because of health issues. To acquire Bennett, Rapoport reports that the Eagles only had to give up wide receiver Marcus Johnson and move down two rounds in the 2018 NFL Draft from the fifth to the seventh. While salary-cap space and finances
Bennett and a seventh-round draft pick to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a fifth-rounder and wide receiver Marcus Johnson , a source informed of the situation told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. In addition, Rapoport reported that
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and did not return. 3. Here are the Philadelphia Eagles ' inactives for Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings: WR Marcus Johnson , CB Sidney Jones, RB Wendell Smallwood, DE Steven Means, LB Dannell Ellerbe, OT Will Beatty, DT Elijah Qualls
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nate Sudfeld shows great touch on a 16-yard pass to Marcus Johnson .
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Dane Evans prepares to make a touchdown pass to wide receiver Marcus Johnson during the second half of an NFL football game against the New York Jets, Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Michael Noble Jr.)
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Marcus Johnson celebrates after catching a touchdown pass from quarterback Dane Evans during the second half of an NFL football game against the New York Jets, Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Michael Noble Jr.)
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Dane Evans, right, celebrates with wide receiver Marcus Johnson after they connected for a touchdown pass during the second half of an NFL football game against the New York Jets, Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Michael Noble Jr.)
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback throws on the run to wide receiver Marcus Johnson for a 41-yard touchdown.
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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Matt McGloin throws on the run to wide receiver Marcus Johnson for a 1-yard touchdown.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Marcus Johnson picks up 38 yards on a deep passing play.
2015, was poised to take much of Matthews' work in the slot. The Eagles also have seen youngsters Mack Hollins and Marcus Johnson emerge in camp. NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah foresaw something like this happening when he predicted last week
Philadelphia's slot receiver. With Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith as options on the outside and little-known wideout Marcus Johnson making noise, it's unclear where veteran slot receiver Jordan Matthews fits in. Matthews' salty reaction to the
May 30, 2017: Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Marcus Johnson (84) runs a drill during OTA at the NovaCare Complex in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Christopher Szagola/CSM(Credit Image: © Chris Szagola/CSM via ZUMA Wire) (Cal Sport Media via AP Images)
results : 40: 4.37, 4.38 | VJ: 39 | BJ: 10-10 | Short shuttle: 4.2 | Three-cone: 6.88 | Bench 14 Marcus Johnson , WR, Texas Had he been invited to the combine, Johnson (6-0 7/8, 204) would have been the strongest wide