The Eagles made the boldest move of Day 3 of the 2013 NFL Draft on Saturday, trading two picks to the Jacksonville Jaguars in order to select USC quarterback Matt Barkley at No. 98 overall. Philly has plenty of quarterbacks in its stable, and it'll be interesting to see how Barkley will fit in Kelly's fast-paced offense.
Of course, the Eagles and Chargers weren't the only NFL teams to trade their way to big names. The biggest deal of the draft happened early Thursday, when the Miami Dolphins worked out a trade with the Oakland Raiders so they could select Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan at No. 3 overall. The St. Louis Rams also made a gutsy first-round move, sending four picks to the Buffalo Bills for two picks, one of which they used to acquire West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin at No. 8 overall.