Eagles' Potential Asking Price for Andre Dillard Trade Revealed
The Philadelphia Eagles have some big decisions to consider ahead of the NFL trade deadline. With this team looking every bit of a Super Bowl contender. Howie Roseman and company need to consider how best to maximize this roster.
That could include trading away players, like offensive lineman Andre Dillard. It's now been revealed what Philadelphia could ask in order to part with the former first-rounder.
ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports Dillard "still has trade interest" around the league. Teams think the Eagles would command "a good pick ... most likely a third-rounder" in order to make a deal happen.
Dillard hasn't quite lived up to the expectations that come with being a first-round pick, but he still provides value as an important depth piece. Philadelphia's starting O-line has thankfully remained mostly intact to begin the year, but that could change at any second. Dillard would be the obvious candidate to step up in case Jordan Mailata was sidelined long term.
Dillard just returned from his own injury that kept him out for the first five games of the season. He finally suited up in Week 6, but played just four snaps, and all as part of the special teams unit.
Parting with Dillard could make sense if Philly gets an offer too good to pass up, but he may have more value as an insurance piece for this Super Bowl hopeful. The offensive tackle will be one to watch as the Nov. 1 deadline quickly approaches.
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