|Offense||28th||111.5 (17th)||210.7 (29th)|
|Defense||5th||102.7 (14th)||204.3 (5th)|
|68||Andrews, Josh||G||6-2||311||6/21/1991||2||Oregon State|
|76||Barbre, Allen||G||6-4||310||6/22/1984||9||Missouri Southern State|
|53||Bradham, Nigel||OLB||6-2||241||9/4/1989||5||Florida State|
|56||Braman, Bryan||DE||6-5||241||5/4/1987||6||West Texas A&M|
|79||Brooks, Brandon||G||6-5||335||8/19/1989||5||Miami (Ohio)|
|29||Brooks, Terrence||DB||5-11||200||3/2/1991||3||Florida State|
|91||Cox, Fletcher||DT||6-4||310||12/13/1990||5||Mississippi State|
|46||Dorenbos, Jon||LS||6-0||250||7/21/1980||14||Texas-El Paso|
|52||Goode, Najee||LB||6-0||244||6/4/1989||5||West Virginia|
|69||Gordon, Dillon||G||6-4||322||9/2/1993||R||Louisiana State|
|54||Grugier-Hill, Kamu||OLB||6-2||220||5/16/1994||R||Eastern Illinois|
|27||Jenkins, Malcolm||SS||6-0||204||12/20/1987||8||Ohio State|
|8||Jones, Donnie||P||6-2||221||7/5/1980||13||Louisiana State|
|96||Logan, Bennie||DT||6-2||315||12/28/1989||4||Louisiana State|
|24||Mathews, Ryan||RB||6-0||220||10/10/1987||7||Fresno State|
|31||Mills, Jalen||CB||6-0||191||4/6/1994||R||Louisiana State|
|73||Seumalo, Isaac||G||6-4||303||10/29/1993||R||Oregon State|
|28||Smallwood, Wendell||RB||5-10||208||1/20/1994||R||West Virginia|
|37||Smith, C.J.||CB||5-11||189||5/10/1993||R||North Dakota State|
|43||Sproles, Darren||RB||5-6||190||6/20/1983||12||Kansas State|
|50||Tulloch, Stephen||LB||5-11||245||1/1/1985||11||North Carolina State|
|97||Vaeao, Destiny||DT||6-3||299||1/15/1994||R||Washington State|
|72||Vaitai, Halapoulivaati||T||6-6||320||6/16/1993||R||Texas Christian|
|11||Wentz, Carson||QB||6-5||237||12/30/1992||R||North Dakota State|
|61||Wisniewski, Stefen||C||6-3||305||3/22/1989||6||Penn State|
|33||Brooks, Ron (IR)||CB||5-10||190||10/16/1988||5||Louisiana State|
|50||McCalister, Alex (IR)||DE||6-6||239||10/17/1993||R||Florida|
|59||Walker, Joe (IR)||ILB||6-2||236||12/11/1992||R||Oregon|
|74||Wujciak, Connor (IR)||DT||6-2||291||9/24/1992||R||Boston College|
|Greene, Darrell||G||6-3||321||10/29/1992||R||San Diego State|
|Neary, Aaron||C||6-4||284||11/15/1992||R||Eastern Washington|
|80||Turner, Paul||WR||5-10||193||5/10/1993||R||Louisiana Tech|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Treggs is fifth on the depth chart at receiver for the Eagles, so he likely won't be activated on game days unless one of the wideouts above him is forced to miss time with an injury.
Agholor's six targets led the Eagles, but he didn't manage much production against a stout Minnesota defense. The second-year wideout hasn't caught more than three passes since Week 2, which was also the last time he topped 40 receiving yards. Knowing that, it's hard to rely on Agholor going into Sunday night's game at the Cowboys.
Kendricks never appeared at serious risk of missing Sunday's game after logging two full practices in a row. It'll will be a big matchup from a personal standpoint for Kendricks, who has picked up 13 tackles over his five games this season. He'll be facing off against his brother Eric, who plays linebacker for the Vikings.
Sturgis has operated as one of the more consistent fantasy options at kicker all season, having converted at least two kicks in every game and only missing one attempt on the year. With the Eagles' offense having largely been able to move the ball effectively as well, Sturgis' fantasy totals have concurrently been supplemented with a healthy dose of PATs. However, the Eagles will travel to Dallas in Week 8 to take on a Cowboys defense allowing the sixth-least points per game to opposing offenses this year.
Barwin's sack production was halved from last season to this year, as the Eagles' defense on the whole was less effective in pressuring opposing quarterbacks. He still piled up 45 tackles and seven passes defensed, but he only forced one fumble and didn't come up with an interception. Ultimately, the stud linebacker didn't live up to his preseason expectations.
Brooks went down after attempting to make a tackle during the first quarter Sunday. With his injury requiring surgery, Brooks is expected to land on injured reserve soon, opening a roster spot for the Eagles. After signing with Philadelphia this offseason, Brooks' familiarity with coordinator Jim Schwartz's defensive scheme, as well as fellow cornerback Leodis McKelvin's previous hamstring injury, resulted in Brooks starting five out of six games thus far. While McKelvin's return to health should help make up for Brooks' absence, C.J. Smith or Terrence Brooks could be activated to boost the Eagles' secondary going forward.
Jenkins had been dealing with a hamstring injury, and the Eagles chose to play it safe and sit the safety for the team's first preseason game. His return to practice signifies that Jenkins injury has at least mostly faded. Expect Jenkins to be ready for Week 1 as one of the best IDP options on the Eagles' roster.
Barner failed to log a carry, nor a target in the passing game, for the second time in 2016. While he has averaged a respectable 5.8 YPC across his 16 total carries on the season, his extremely limited usage deems him almost completely useless in all but the deepest of fantasy formats.
Allen will fill in for Bennie Logan (groin), primary functioning as a run stuffer up the middle. The third-year player has accrued six tackles through five games this season.
The Texans think they have a find in undrafted free agent Stephen Anderson, a hybrid tight end/H-back type, who will make the team's 53-man roster. Anderson's emergence throughout the offseason activities and preseason sealed Denham's roster fate.
The Eagles offense managed a season-low in yardage against the formidable Minnesota defense, and Ertz came through with a season-low in yardage. Although no pass catcher had over 39 yards in the game, Ertz's struggles continued a recent trend of quiet outings since returning from a two-game absence. He will have the opportunity to break out of it next week against a Cowboys defense that has struggled to defend the tight end position this season.
Sproles has been given more than five carries just once this season, even though his 4.6 yards per rush probably warrants more usage as starter Ryan Mathews' alternative. With just one touchdown as well, Sproles has been tough to rely on thus far, but he at least played as many offensive snaps (26 of 58) as Mathews on Sunday, evidencing he's still an important member of Philadelphia's offense.
More will be known about the severity of the injury as practice gets going for the week.
Green-Beckham hauled in a five-yard score during the third quarter of Sunday's game, marking his first touchdown since joining the Eagles. Although his mere 13 catches for 139 through six games leaves him on the fantasy periphery, Green-Beckham at least found pay dirt when given the opportunity Sunday.
The following players were all released Saturday: linebackers Emmanuel Acho and Josh Kaddu; defensive linemen Wade Keliikipi and Damion Square; defensive backs Curtis Marsh, Roc Carmichael, Keelan Johnson and Ed Reynolds; quarterback G.J. Kinne; running backs Kenjon Barner (waived/injured), Henry Josey and Matthew Tucker; wide receiver Ifeanyi Momah, Quron Pratt, Will Murphy and Damaris Johnson ; kicker Alex Henery; and offensive linemen Kevin Graf and Josh Andrews.
With multiple teams shopping the backup quarterback market (notably the Cowboys and Vikings), they could do worse than the third-year signal caller. Unfortunately, he didn't have the greatest of showings in the team's preseason finale, going just 10-for-18 for 108 yards while tossing two interceptions. Tyler Bray appears the heavy favorite to earn the third quarterback spot for Kansas City, so the club will attempt to get something for Murray before they need to cut him.
The Texans project Means as an outside linebacker in their 3-4 scheme. He played 11 games for Tampa Bay in 2012 and 2013 and has six career tackles after being drafted in the fifth round of the 2012 draft. He was most recently with Baltimore, who released him late in September.
"I'm feeling the best I've ever felt," he told the team website.
It's no wonder. He recorded career-highs in tackles (36), tackles for losses (13 1/2), assists (11) and sacks (5.5) in 2014. He earned significant playing time in a rotation at that position. And with Trent Cole off to Indianapolis, those reps could increase this year.
Graham has toiled feverishly to improve his game and adapt to a new defensive system. The result was a new four-year contract with the team.
"I understand the game and the league and what it takes to get it done here," he said. "I think I've grown up. I'm serious about being a great player. I want to be the best."
Wisniewski was signed by the team to compete for a starting role along the interior of the offensive line.
With fifth-round rookie Wendell Smallwood (quad) out for a second straight week, Marshall was the fourth running back into the game, even spelling Kenjon Barner with the second-team offense. An undrafted rookie, Marshall still faces a tough path to earning a roster spot, as Smallwood's injury isn't believed to be serious. Marshall's best chance may have been to outplay Kenjon Barner, who has 13 carries for 76 yards (5.8 YPC) and a touchdown in two preseason games, compared to Marshall's 13 carries for 24 yards (1.8 YPC).
Huff broke free to house his second career kickoff return in the second quarter, marking the first time in Eagles history the team scored on kick returns in consecutive games. What's more, Huff -- for the first time all season -- led Philadelphia in both receptions and receiving yards despite Nelson Agholor pacing the team in targets (6). However, Huff is a long shot to receive this kind of attention on a weekly basis and remains an ancillary option behind all of Jordan Matthews, Agholor, Dorial Green-Beckham, Darren Sproles and Zach Ertz in the passing game.
Grymes appeared set to make the team's final 53-man roster before suffering a sprained shoulder in the Eagles' second preseason contest. He's a strong candidate to end up on Philadelphia's practice squad, provided he clear waivers.
Wujciak made a strong impression at the NFL Combine, leading to a chance to try out for Philadelphia. Unfortunately, the undrafted rookie out of Boston College didn't get to prove much before injuring his shoulder. Wujciak was not likely going to make much noise in 2016 anyways, as he sits behind a slew of Eagles on the defensive line depth chart.
Curry was a limited participant in practice Wednesday and Thursday, but upgraded to full participation in Friday's session. Despite the "questionable" designation, Curry will suit up and serve as a reserve defensive end.
Brooks sustained ligament tears in his knee last December and is not ready to participate in training camp. If he is unable to play to start the season, his stay on the PUP list would automatically extend through at least six games.
Logan missed all three of the Eagles' practices this week, and though he was listed as questionable heading into Sunday, he's still not healthy enough to play. Beau Allen is expected to slide into the starting lineup at defensive tackle in place of Logan.
Johnson was handed the 10-game suspension after his second violation of the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. He won't be able to return to team activities until Week 16 against the Giants. Johnson's absence will leave a huge hole in the Eagles' offensive line that Allen Barbre will be expected to fill.
A seventh-rounder from this year's draft class, McCalister suffered the injury sometime during practice. He now figures to enter the 2016 campaign with a "redshirt" approach and try out for the team next season.
Turner survived final cuts Saturday as teams trimmed their roster to 53 players, but it appears his stint with Philadelphia won't extend into the regular season. Despite an impressive preseason, Turner's release was necessary to make room for recently acquired players. Given his strong impression as an undrafted free agent, Turner should be expecting to find a new home quickly.
The Eagles seventh round selection this year has impressively worked his way up the team's depth chart. Many within the organization believe Mills could wind up playing a significant role this season behind the likes of Leodis McKelvin and Nolan Carroll.
Wentz predictably had a rough go of it against the formidable Minnesota defense, tossing multiple interceptions for the first time in his young career while totaling his lowest passing yardage output. He was able to connect with Dorial Green-Beckham on a third-quarter touchdown that gave his team some breathing room, and his own defense played well enough to secure the win. Wentz has just 317 yards with three turnovers compared to just one touchdown in his last two games and will look to get back on track next week on the road versus an improved Cowboys defense.
Hicks had his best game of the year Sunday, but wasn't able to force a turnover during a game in which eight of them occurred. Moreover, the Texas product is now up to just 31 tackles on the season, tied for 92nd among all defensive players, and doesn't appear to be a trustworthy IDP option going forward.
Released by the Lions a few weeks before training camp in a transaction that saved the team approximately $5.5 million against the 2016 salary cap, Tulloch still made out pretty well from a financial perspective, getting $1.75 in guaranteed money from Philadelphia, without having to go through the rigor of training camp. The 31-year-old linebacker will be reunited with Eagles DC Jim Schwartz, who served as Tulloch's head coach with the Lions from 2011 to 2013. Tulloch has overwhelmingly worked as an inside linebacker throughout his 10-year career, but with Jordan Hicks seemingly entrenched as an every-down player in the middle, Tulloch could push to take snaps from weakside linebacker Mychal Kendricks and/or strongside linebacker Nigel Bradham. It's also possible Tulloch will just provide depth at multiple positions, as the Eagles previously had minimal experience behind their starting trio of linebackers. Although he topped 100 tackles in each of his last six healthy seasons, Tulloch probably won't have much IDP appeal even if he ends up starting, as he's become a liability on passing downs in the latter stage of his career.
Jones 72-yard punt against the Browns was the second longest of his career. Not bad for a 36-year old punter in his 13th season. He hasn't missed a game since becoming a starter in 2005 and doesn't seem likely to slow down any time soon.
While starting cornerback Leodis McKelvin nurses a hamstring injury, the Eagles will promote Smith as a depth option in the secondary.
It looks like an injury to Wentz, who has recovered from a rib injury, is the most likely way Daniel sees the field this season, as head coach Doug Pederson appears to be all in on developing Wentz this season as the franchise quarterback. Neither option, however, looks to be a quality starter for this coming season.
Pederson did say the team will consider whether fatigue may be an issue, perhaps turning to Wendell Smallwood or Darren Sproles in clock-killing situations. Considering the two fumbles occurred on Mathews' ninth and 14th carries of the respective games, it doesn't seem fatigue is the real problem. The seventh-year running back has always had a bit of an issue with ball security, and his two fumbles have simply occurred at more noticeable times this season. The first essentially cost the Eagles a Week 4 contest in Detroit, whereas Sunday's fumble had no real impact on a game with an 18-point margin and under five minutes remaining. While comparing the two feels like a stretch, there's little question Mathews will be in danger of losing work if he continues to fumble. He's already been splitting time with Smallwood and Sproles, taking only 11, nine and 14 carries over the past three games.
Carroll's off-day lets him rest his injured ankle that landed him on the IR last season. The 29-year-old is slated to be the Week 1 starter, although his ankle limitations could complicate things.
Walker had an MRI on Friday that confirmed his injury. His absence leaves the Eagles thin at the top of the linebacker position with just two middle linebackers left on the roster. Ed Reynolds figures to see extra reps with Walker out.
The addition of Bradham helps fill a void at linebacker created by the Eagles' recent trade of Kiko Alonso to the Dolphins. For his part, Bradham gets a fresh start with the Eagles after seeing his tackle production dip from 104 (in 14 games) in 2014 to 59 in 11 contests for the Bills last season.
The passing game struggled to get anything going against the formidable Minnesota defense and Matthews made a minimal impact, finishing tied for fifth on the team in receiving yardage. Carson Wentz, who has struggled of late, averaged a miserable 4.9 yards per attempt and will need to improve his performance if his skill positions are to maintain their fantasy value moving forward. The Eagles offense should have an easier go of it in Week 8 against the Cowboys.
Cox was limited by an ankle injury earlier in the week, but put in a full practice Friday and shouldn't face any snap count restrictions Sunday. The defensive tackle has been a force for the Eagles through the team's first four games, accruing 13 tackles, four sacks and a forced fumble.
Burton garnered 13 targets in his first two games of the season, Week 2 and Week 3, but with Zach Ertz back in the fold, his production has completely stalled. Sunday marked the first time all season the Florida product has been active and not caught at least one reception, and with Ertz only getting more up to speed with each passing week, Burton's most productive games in 2016 appear to be behind him.
The extent of Peters' injury hasn't been reported. Given how he left in the fourth quarter with the Eagles up 21-3, it doesn't seem likely he'll return.
Smallwood, besides a Week 6 kickoff return touchdown, has done little to make a fantasy impact since rushing for 79 yards and a score in Week 3. In fact, he's managed just eight carries since then, with the presence of veteran teammates Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles understandably crowding him out of snaps. Unless either player gets injured, Smallwood will likely remain a sparingly used change-of-pace option on offense.
Kelce expects to be back at practice Thursday as he continues to deal with plantar fasciitis. He appears to be on pace for Sunday's tilt against the Vikings.
The hamstring injury prevented McKelvin from playing in last week's loss to the Redskins, but after practicing fully from Wednesday through Friday, he'll likely be cleared to take back his spot as one of the starting corners. Look for Ron Brooks, who filled in for McKelvin last week, to move back to the bench.
Smith successfully passed the league's concussion protocol and should be set to go for Thursday's game against the Steelers, barring an injury. The third-year defensive end will need to prove that he can pressure the passer if he hopes to see significant playing time this season, as Smith recorded only 1.5 sacks in 13 games over the course of the 2015 season.
McLeod has seen has production increase over recent weeks. He followed up a season high 14 tackles in Week 6 with another productive outing across the board in Sunday's win. His sack on former teammate Sam Bradford was his first of the season, and his interception was his third take away. He will look to continue his stellar play in Week 8 as the Eagles take on the Cowboys.
Maclin, who will be replacing Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, recorded career highs across the board in 2014, catching 85 passes for 1,318 yards and 10 touchdowns. He is set to reach free agency after the season.
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