With a surplus at running back, the Detroit Lions traded D’Andre Swift to the Philadelphia Eagles as the fourth round of the NFL Draft proceeded Saturday.In exchange, the Lions moved up in the seventh round this year (No. 219 overall) and received a fourth-round pick in 2025, per multiple reports. The Eagles received the Lions’ seventh-round pick (No. 249).Swift, 24, became expendable after Detroit drafted Alabama running back Jahmyr Gibbs in the first round Thursday.The Lions also signed former Chicago Bears RB David Montgomery to a three-year, $18 million deal in March.Swift was Detroit’s second-round selection (35th overall) in 2020. He has gained 2,878 yards from scrimmage and scored 25 touchdowns in 40 games (16 starts) through his first three seasons.