The Eagles traded their first-round pick - 26th overall - to Dallas yesterday for second- (36th), third- (87th) and fifth-round (159th) picks. The Cowboys took Purdue defensive end Anthony Spencer. The Eagles used the Cowboys' picks on Houston quarterback Kevin Kolb in the second round and Nebraska linebacker Stewart Bradley in the third.

Here's a look at some of the Eagles' notable draft-day trades:


The Eagles traded the first-round pick (12th overall) and two second-rounders (43d and 63d) to Tampa Bay for the seventh pick in the first round. They also obtained a third-round pick (72d overall) from the Buccaneers. The Eagles took defensive end Mike Mamula in the first round and defensive end Greg Jefferson in the third round. The Bucs selected defensive tackle Warren Sapp in the first round and defensive back Melvin Johnson in the second round before trading the other second-round pick to Dallas.


The Eagles sent the first-round pick (22d overall) to Dallas for picks in the first and fifth rounds plus a third-round pick in 1998. The Cowboys took tight end David LaFleur at No. 22, and the Eagles selected Jon Harris at No. 25. The Eagles took tight end Luther Broughton in the fifth round in 1997 and Jeremiah Trotter in the third round in 1998.


The Eagles traded second- and fifth-round picks to the New York Jets for defensive end Hugh Douglas. The Jets used Eagles picks to select defensive end Dorian Boose and linebacker Casey Dailey.


The Eagles traded their first-round pick (30th overall) and a second-rounder (62d) to San Diego for the Chargers' first pick (15th overall) and selected defensive end Jerome McDougle. The Chargers used the Eagles' picks to take cornerback Sammy Davis and safety Terrence Kiel.


The Eagles shipped their first-round pick (28th overall) to San Francisco for the 49ers' first-round pick (16th). The Eagles selected guard Shawn Andrews. The 49ers traded the first-round pick to Carolina, which took defensive back Chris Gamble. The 49ers also received a second-round pick and selected defensive back Shawntae Spencer.

- Bob Brookover