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NFL tampering probe won’t affect 2024 draft picks for Eagles, Falcons

The NFL’s investigation into potential tampering by the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles is ongoing and will not be completed this week, the league said Tuesday.


With the 2024 NFL Draft scheduled to begin Thursday, the league will not be docking either team draft picks — should it find one or both guilty of tampering — this year.


The league confirmed in March that it was looking into the possibility of tampering by the teams prior to the start of free agency. The reviews focus on quarterback Kirk Cousins agreeing to a four-year, $180 million contract with the Falcons, and running back Saquon Barkley signing a three-year, $37.75 million deal with the Eagles.


The Falcons said in a statement at the time that “due to the NFL’s review, we are unable to provide information or have additional comment.”


The Eagles denied the claims.



–Field Level Media

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