On Tuesday, the team traded for Baltimore Ravens starting defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan in a third-round pick swap.
Jernigan has 13 career sacks and 91 total tackles spanning his three-year National Football League career.
Moving back in the draft may not coincide with Philadelphia's plan to build in the draft, but the team did acquire a young player at a position of need. This move has the handprints of Joe Douglas all over it. Douglas, the Eagles' vice president of player personnel since May, was a national scout for the Ravens when they drafted Jernigan. Logan had just 5.5 sacks in his career, which began a year before Jernigan's did.
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Jernigan was the Ravens' second-round pick in 2014 out of Florida State. In 2016, he played in all 16 for the first time in his career and started a career-high 15. He will compete with Beau Allen to start at defensive tackle opposite Fletcher Cox with Vinny Curry and Brandon Graham manning the outside.
It's a deal that could work out in the Ravens' favor, but it'll take turning that draft pick into a serious upgrade to make it so.
In addition to trading for Jernigan, the Eagles added veteran defensive end Chris Long and cornerback Patrick Robinson in free agency.
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