NFL Draft Trade: Patriots, Eagles Swap Picks Late In Sixth Round

The tradition lives on, as the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles have made a draft-day trade once again.

New England traded the No. 193 overall pick to Philadelphia in exchange for the No. 194 overall pick. Seriously, that was it. The reason? The Pats and Eagles have made a draft-day trade every year since 2000.

Jon Bois of SB Nation reacts to the interesting trade below.

That's it. That's the entire trade. The Patriots voluntarily allowed the Eagles to cut in front of them for free. Now, I'm sure they only did so because they didn't think the Eagles had designs on the guy they were after, but this was just a trade for trade's sake.    

Don't ever let anyone tell you that Bill Belichick doesn't have a sense of humor.

For more on the New England Patriots and their draft, head over to Pats Pulpit. And for all things 2011 NFL Draft related, from the first pick to Mr. Irrelevant and everything in between, check out SB Nation's 2011 NFL Draft Hub and our NFL Draft blog, Mocking The Draft.

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