According to multiple sources, the Eagles have a deal in place to trade for Buffalo Bills pro-bowl left tackle, Jason Peters. The Eagles would give up the 28th overall selection, their 4th round pick, and an undisclosed 2010 draft pick. Peters is flying to Philadelphia today, and will need to pass a physical. The Eagles also want to lock up Peters to a long-term deal before they announce the trade.
Peters is a two-time pro bowler who is 27 years old, and was unhappy with his current contract with the Bills. If Peters ends up an Eagle, he would be the starting left tackle. This would allow the Andrews brothers to hold down the right side of the line. Todd Herramans would continue at left guard, and either Jackson or Nick Cole will be the starting center.
Seems like a good move for the Eagles to sure up that offensive line, and still have the 21st overall pick to draft a RB, or a WR, or use in a possible trade.