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Chiefs, Eagles Reportedly Interested In Major NFL Trade

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CHARLOTTE, NC - OCTOBER 12: The Philadelphia Eagles stand for the national anthem before their game against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on October 12, 2017 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

The Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs are two contending NFL teams that are both in need of some help in the secondary moving forward this season. Will they be able to get it at the trade deadline?

ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler is reporting that both Philadelphia and Kansas City remain interested in a big target: Patrick Peterson.

The Arizona Cardinals' star is arguably the top cover corner in the game and would be a huge addition to either teams' secondary.

Arizona, though, is reportedly not interested in trading him - yet, anyway.

"Chiefs, Eagles have shown interest in Patrick Peterson, but Cards haven't been willing to move," he reports.

Arizona has been playing better as of late, so it makes sense that the Cardinals would be hesitant to move on at this point. However, it's difficult to imagine Kliff Kingsbury's team making a deep postseason run, so it might be best to sell high.

The NFL's trade deadline is set for Tuesday, Oct. 29.