Redskins fans might think their squad needs defensive line help, but the Eagles made a trade to boost their front on Tuesday, trading for Ravens DL Timmy Jernigan.
#Eagles announce they have acquired DT Timmy Jernigan and a third-rounder (99) for their third-round pick (74).— Dave Zangaro (@DZangaroCSN) April 4, 2017
A second-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Jernigan registered five sacks last season in 15 starts.
A big man at 6-2, 299 pounds, Jernigan will step in to the void created when Bennie Logan left Philadelphia in free agency to play in Kansas City.
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In three seasons with the Ravens, Jernigan started 26 games to go with 93 tackles and 13 sacks.
With the emergence of Brandon Williams — and the $54 million deal he just signed — Baltimore likely considered Jernigan expendable.
The trade also means the Ravens have four selections in the first 78 picks, an impressive total for a team trying to get back into the playoffs in 2017.
Jernigan played his college football at Florida State.
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