The Philadelphia Eagles were set to have two second round selections in the 2012 NFL Draft that were close together Friday, however, after making their first pick -- California linebacker Mychal Kendricks at No. 46 overall -- Philly traded away its second selection to the Green Bay Packers.
Luckily, the Eagles did not lose a second-round pick as they traded their No. 51-overall selection to the Packers for their second (No. 59) and fourth-round (123) selections. Green Bay used the pick to nab Michigan State defensive tackle Jerel Worthy.
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