Eagles Trade Down, Select WR Shelton Gibson with 166th Pick

By Kevin Durso, Sports Talk Philly editor 

The Eagles made another trade when their time on the clock came in the fifth round. They traded the 155th pick to the Tennessee Titans for the 164th overall pick and a sixth-round pick at 214th overall.

They then traded the 164th pick and a sixth-round  to the Miami Dolphins for the 166th pick and another fifth-round pick at 184th overall.

With the 166th pick, the Eagles selected wide receiver Shelton Gibson of West Virginia.

Gibson played in 13 games in his junior season in 2016 with 43 catches for 951 yards and eight touchdowns. In his career at West Virginia, Gibson had 84 catches for 1,898 yards and 17 touchdowns in 32 games.

The Eagles are back on the clock with the final pick of the fifth round at 184th overall.