Eagles running back Dion Lewis is on the trading block, according to NFL sources. The Eagles have shown a willingness to discuss dealing running back Dion Lewis, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Wednesday. Oregon outside linebacker Dion Jordan and Central Michigan tackle Eric Fisher were slated to arrive in Philadelphia and meet with Kelly, general manager Howie Roseman, and the Eagles on Thursday, sources said. At 5-foot-8 and 195 pounds, Lewis is smaller than the other running backs. That lack of wear-and-tear, coupled with his age he doesn’t turn 23 until September are attributes that could be viewed as positives by another team.