Some of the dominoes are beginning to fall in relation to next weekend's NFL draft. One of the teams expected to be a mover in the draft, the Philadelphia Eagles, has filled one of their biggest holes.

The Associated Press is reporting that the Buffalo Bills have agreed to trade left tackle Jason Peters to the Eagles after failing to negotiate a new contract with the disgruntled two-time Pro Bowl selection.

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The Eagles will trade the second of their two first-round picks — the 28th pick overall — and an undisclosed second-day selection for Peters, who steps in for Tra Thomas to protect Donovan McNabb's blindside. A free agent, Thomas signed with Jacksonville in the offseason.

The Eagles will attempt to sign Peters to a new deal before completing the trade.

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