Tracking the Eagles 2022 NFL Draft order through Week 6

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The Eagles front office is again among the Week 6 winners after several scenarios inched the organization closer to draft royalty.

Prior to the 2021 NFL Draft, the Eagles traded Carson Wentz to the Colts, and the team received a conditional second-round rounder in 2022 that would become a first-round pick if the quarterback takes 75% of the Colts’ regular-season offensive snaps or 70% if they make the playoffs.

Philadelphia also owns the Dolphins 2022 first-round pick after trading back to No. 12 overall.

Tankathon is tracking the draft order for all 32 NFL teams and Philadelphia currently would have 3 picks in the top-15 of the 2022 selection process if the season ended today.

Dolphins pick

Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores.

The 1-5 Dolphins would have the No. 3 overall pick in 2022 if the season concluded today, which would belong to Philadelphia.

Evan Neal (Alabama) or Derek Stingley Jr. (LSU) would fit the bill, although Tankathon believes Ole Miss star quarterback Matt Corral would be a better fit.

Colts pick

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If the season ended today, the 2-4 Colts would have the No. 8 overall pick. Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton could be a name to watch.

Eagles pick

Oct 3, 2021; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni argues with the referees over a penalty that costs the Eagles a touchdown during the third quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

The Eagles tough loss at home to the Bucs dropped the team to 2-4 and if the season ended today, Howie Roseman would be the No. 7 overall pick.

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