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Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field | Coach: Chip Kelly
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense31st80.0 (29th)176.0 (30th)
Defense28th185.0 (30th)249.0 (25th)
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94Allen, Beau DT6-233311/14/1991RWisconsin
29Allen, Nate SS6-121011/30/19875South Florida
93Bair, Brandon DE6-629011/24/19842Oregon
76Barbre, Allen T6-43106/22/19847Missouri Southern State
2Barkley, Matt QB6-22279/8/19902USC
98Barwin, Connor OLB6-426410/15/19866Cincinnati
22Boykin, Brandon CB5-101857/13/19903Georgia
56Braman, Bryan LB6-52415/4/19874West Texas A&M
47Burton, Trey TE6-323510/29/1991RFlorida
23Carroll, Nolan CB6-12051/18/19875Maryland
85Casey, James TE6-32409/22/19846Rice
87Celek, Brent TE6-42551/25/19858Cincinnati
58Cole, Trent OLB6-327010/5/198210Cincinnati
14Cooper, Riley WR6-42309/9/19875Florida
91Cox, Fletcher DE6-430012/13/19903Mississippi State
75Curry, Vinny DE6-32796/30/19883Marshall
46Dorenbos, Jon LS6-02507/21/198012Texas-El Paso
86Ertz, Zach TE6-525011/10/19902Stanford
24Fletcher, Bradley CB6-02006/25/19866Iowa
9Foles, Nick QB6-62431/20/19893Arizona
66Gardner, Andrew T6-63084/4/19865Georgia Tech
53Goode, Najee ILB6-02446/4/19893West Virginia
55Graham, Brandon LB6-22654/3/19885Michigan
97Hart, Taylor DE6-62812/22/1991ROregon
79Herremans, Todd G6-632110/13/198210Saginaw Valley State
11Huff, Josh WR5-1121110/14/1991ROregon
27Jenkins, Malcolm FS6-020412/20/19876Ohio State
8Jones, Donnie P6-22217/5/198011Louisiana State
62Kelce, Jason C6-329511/5/19874Cincinnati
67Kelly, Dennis T6-83211/16/19903Purdue
95Kendricks, Mychal ILB6-02409/28/19903California
96Logan, Bennie NT6-231512/28/19892Louisiana State
18Maclin, Jeremy WR6-01985/11/19886Missouri
88Maehl, Jeff WR6-01843/16/19892Oregon
42Maragos, Chris FS5-102001/6/19875Wisconsin
69Mathis, Evan G6-529811/1/198110Alabama
50Matthews, Casey OLB6-12451/16/19894Oregon
81Matthews, Jordan WR6-32127/16/1992RVanderbilt
25McCoy, LeSean RB5-112087/12/19886Pittsburgh
63Molk, David C6-129012/15/19882Michigan
1Parkey, Cody K6-01902/19/1992RAuburn
71Peters, Jason T6-43281/22/198211Arkansas
32Polk, Chris RB5-1122212/16/19893Washington
59Ryans, DeMeco ILB6-12477/28/19849Alabama
3Sanchez, Mark QB6-222511/11/19866USC
16Smith, Brad WR6-221312/12/19839Missouri
90Smith, Marcus LB6-32513/31/1992RLouisville
43Sproles, Darren RB5-61906/20/198310Kansas State
72Thornton, Cedric DE6-43096/21/19883Southern Arkansas
64Tobin, Matt T6-63036/5/19902Iowa
37Watkins, Jaylen CB5-1119411/27/1992RFlorida
26Williams, Cary CB6-119012/23/19846Washburn
28Wolff, Earl FS5-1121012/15/19892North Carolina State
Injured Players
41Barner, Kenjon (IR) RB5-91954/28/19892Oregon
17Benn, Arrelious (IR) WR6-22209/8/19885Illinois
57Long, Travis (IR) OLB6-42557/24/19911Washington State
Suspended Players
65Johnson, Lane T6-63175/8/19902Oklahoma
Roster Analysis
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Position Listing
LeSean McCoy
Eagles running back LeSean McCoy practiced with his thumb wrapped Sunday, but he expects to play without the wrap in the regular-season opener, reports "No, I'll be fine for the opener," he said. "Catch with two hands, one hand, spiking the ball, doing everything we need to do."

McCoy hurt his right thumb Thursday against the Steelers. X-rays revealed no fracture or ligament damage.

McCoy added his left big toe is "feeling good" after it caused him to miss one practice last week. He should be fine for the Sept. 7 opener against Jacksonville.

Thumb - Probable for Week 1 vs. Jacksonville
Vinny Curry
The Eagles sacked Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith five times in Week 3, in a 26-16 loss. Three of those sacks came from a trio of specialists, as linebackers Vinny Curry and Brandon Graham, as well as defensive lineman Trent Cole each picked up a sack as their lone tackles of the game.
Bennie Logan
A neck issue wont keep Eagles defensive tackle Bennie Logan out Sunday against the Lions. He had been listed as probable.
Arrelious Benn
A back injury has landed Eagles wide receiver Arrelious Benn on short-term injured reserve, sources have told

Benn, who also sustained a concussion in the third preseason game, has caught just one pass since 2011.

Back - IR. Out for season
Lane Johnson
Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson issued this statement about his four-game suspension for testing positive for a performance-enhancing drug: "In April while training, I mistakenly and foolishly put a prescribed medication in my body to help with a medical issue," Johnson began.

"I mistakenly failed to clear it with Eagles trainers and check the NFL list of banned substances. I am extremely sorry for this mistake and I will learn from it and be smarter in the future."

Jeremy Maclin
The Eagles ran a hurry-up drill in Sunday's practice featuring Riley Cooper and Jordan Matthews as the outside receivers and Jeremy Maclin in the slot, reports The website expects Philly to use Maclin in the slot "plenty" this year.
Bradley Fletcher
The Eagles DST allowed 417 yards Week 17 at Dallas, but came up with three turnovers at critical times. Linebacker Mychal Kendricks and corner Brandon Boykin intercepted Kyle Orton, the second pick ending Dallas' last-ditch drive.

Earlier, cornerback Bradley Fletcher recovered a DeMarco Murray fumble to squelch a Cowboys' scoring chance. The Eagles held Dallas to 3.3 yards per carry. However, Philly came up with zero sacks.

The Eagles DST faces a tougher test in Saturday's playoff game when New Orleans comes calling.

Earl Wolff
The Eagles moved safety Earl Wolff to the first team Wednesday, demoting Nate Allen, reports Wolff hasn't locked up a starting job opposite Michael Jenkins, but he "has undeniably made plays through the first four days of camp," the report said.

Wolff played in 11 games as a rookie, making 45 tackles and an interception.

Taylor Hart
The Eagles signed fourth-round cornerback Jaylen Watkins, fifth-round defensive end Taylor Hart and free agent defensive back Davon Morgan, and released defensive back John Fulton, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Travis Long
Eagles linebacker Travis Long, who did not take a snap as a rookie in 2013, has torn his ACL, sources have told the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Long sustained the injury in the final preseason game Thursday. He had been expected to earn a spot on the roster.

Knee - IR. Out for season
Mychal Kendricks
The Eagles have ruled defensive back Earl Wolff (knee), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (knee), defensive back Brandon Boykin (hip), wide receiver Jason Avant (shoulder) and defensive back Colt Anderson (knee) active for Saturday's Wild Card playoff game against the Saints.
Riley Cooper
Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper made his first game appearance since suffering an ankle injury on Thursday against the Steelers in exhibition play. Cooper caught a short pass for an 11-yard gain on the third play of the game. He played the entire first half with the first-team and caught three of the five passes thrown his way for 25 yards.
Matt Tobin
The Eagles listed these players as inactive for the game vs. Chicago: quarterback Matt Barkley, safeties Colt Anderson (knee) and Kurt Coleman (hamstring), cornerback Curtis Marsh, running back Matthew Tucker, and offensive tackles Matt Tobin and Dennis Kelly.
Todd Herremans
No Updates
David Molk
The San Diego Chargers released 11 players Saturday and have reached the league-mandated 53-man maximum on the roster. The players cut Saturday are as follows: Tackle Nick Becton; Linebacker Frank Beltre; Tight End Ben Cotton; Cornerback Marcus Cromartie; Defensive End Logan Harrell; Running Back Michael Hill; Cornerback Josh Johnson; Linebacker Thomas Keiser; Wide Receiver Robert Meachem; Center David Molk; and Tight End David Rolf.
Cary Williams
Eagles coach Chip Kelly announced Saturday that defensive backs Cary Williams (hamstring) and Brandon Boykin (hamstring), along with running back LeSean McCoy (thumb) and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (knee) will all practice Saturday, despite missing time in the previous preseason game due to their various maladies. 
Hamstring - Questionable for Week 1 vs. Jacksonville
Connor Barwin
Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin was the standout on his defensive unit Sunday against Detroit. He led the way with six tackles, recovered a fumble and recorded two of its three TFLs.
Matt Barkley
Eagles coach Chip Kelly confirmed that Nick Foles and backup Mark Sanchez will sit out the preseason finale, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia reports. Matt Barkley will get the nod Thursday against the Jets.
Najee Goode
Eagles safety Earl Wolff (knee), cornerback Brandon Boykin (concussion), linebacker Najee Goode (hamstring) and linebacker Mychal Kendricks (knee) are active against the Bears after being listed as probable. Wolff returns after missing four straight games.
DeMeco Ryans
Some reports have surfaced speculating DeMeco Ryans might be released, but the Philadelphia Inquirer says the Eagles inside linebacker "isn't going anywhere." Ryans, scheduled to earn $6.8 million in 2014, probably won't even be asked to take a pay cut, the paper said.

"As much as they need Ryans lining the defense up and making stops against the run, they need his leadership perhaps even more," the paper continued. "Ryans commands the most respect in the Eagles locker room and 'forcing' him to take a pay cut would not go over well with the other players."

Jeff Maehl
The following players will not dress for the Eagles on Friday against the Bears: Bernie Logan, Nolan Carroll, Riley Cooper, Jake Knott, Jeff Maehl, Chris Polk, and Julian Vandervelde.
Malcolm Jenkins
The Eagles have signed safety Malcolm Jenkins to a three-year deal, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.

Jenkins spent the first five seasons of his career with the Saints. In 2013, he had 68 total tackles, two interceptions and 2.5 sacks.

Trent Cole
The selection of Marcus Smith left a lot of people scratching their heads, but the reality is that the Eagles were bowled over with his film and wanted to add another pass rusher to the mix. The plan in Philadelphia is to make him their outside linebacker and have him attack the quarterback, a position Smith himself used to play. Eagles coach Chip Kelly sees "huge upside" in Smith.

Odds are Smith will spend much of this season working in a rotation with Connor Barwin and Trent Cole . But the time will come soon enough where he'll bump one of them off the roster -- potentially Cole since he's older and makes a bunch of money.

Fantasy owners will have to be patient in waiting for Smith to see every-down work, and it won't be until then when he'll have some numbers -- not great numbers -- because outside linebackers typically need a ton of sacks and other stats to supplement their weak (by comparison) tackle totals. Smith should be a good mid-round pick in rookie-only drafts and a late-round choice in dynasty/keeper leagues but he's not worth taking in a standard seasonal format.

Nick Foles
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles didn't look impressive Thursday night against the Steelers in exhibition play.

Foles threw a short pass to LeSean McCoy, who turned it into a 22-yard touchdown. He was picked off by Troy Polamalu in the second quarter. He played the first half and compiled 179 yards through the air while completing 19 of 29 passes. He added a touchdown and an interception, registering a 79.5 passer rating.

Foles has passed for 304 pass yards through three preseason games. His next game will likely be the regular season opener against the Jaguars on Sept. 7.
Kenjon Barner
Eagles running back/return specialist Kenjon Barner suffered a left ankle injury in the first half of Thursday's preseason finale against the Bills. X-rays came back negative, and the team ruled him out for the remainder of the game.
Brandon Bair
The Eagles signed receiver B.J. Cunningham, linebackers Emmanuel Acho and Travis Long, defensive end Brandon Bair, offensive tackle Michael Bamiro, tight end/fullback Emil Igwenagu and quarterback G.J. Kinne to reserve/futures contracts.
Beau Allen
With the 224th pick in the draft, the Eagles selected defensive lineman Beau Allen out of Wisconsin.

Allen had 94 tackles and eight sacks in four seasons with the Badgers. 

Donnie Jones
The Eagles signed punter Donnie Jones to a three-year deal and released safety Patrick Chung, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Allen Barbre
The Eagles and offensive lineman Allen Barbre have agreed to a three-year contract extension, the team announced Tuesday. Barbre is considered solid depth for the Eagles, playing in 15 games for them last season but starting zero. 
Mark Sanchez
Eagles coach Chip Kelly confirmed that Nick Foles and backup Mark Sanchez will sit out the preseason finale, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia reports. Matt Barkley will get the nod Thursday against the Jets.
Zach Ertz
Expectations continue to skyrocket for Eagles second-year tight end Zach Ertz. Tight ends coach Ted Williams was the latest to chime in, calling Ertz "one of the best route-runners I've ever seen."

"He takes a lot of pride in that," Williams added to "He has a lot of confidence. He's hard to defeat, because he doesn't take defeat very well. He feels, 'You can't cover me.'"

The website noted Ertz caught four touchdowns in the second half of last season and claimed he's poised to break out this year. Ertz and fellow tight end Brent Celek will have "a much bigger role in the passing game," the report said.

Ertz said he's taking every rep "personally."

"If somebody beats me, I'm going to take that personally. I want to be great," he said. "That's my goal each and every day I step out onto the field. I want to prove to myself and everybody else how good I can be, and I'm willing to work as hard as I need to achieve that goal."

Brent Celek
Eagles tight end Brent Celek made his presence felt with only two catches Thursday night against the Steelers in exhibition play.

Celek came down with a 23-yard grab during the second series of the night. On the ensuing drive late in the first quarter, he caught an 18-yard pass from Nick Foles. He played the entire first half with the starters and finished the game with two receptions for 41 yards.
Casey Matthews
Eagles linebacker Casey Matthews returned to action Friday night against the Patriots in preseason action. Matthews, who left the first preseason game with a back injury, finished the game without a tackle.
Andrew Gardner
The Eagles signed former Texans offensive lineman Andrew Gardner, who can play guard or tackle.
Nolan Carroll
Eagles cornerback Nolan Carroll will return to action for his team's third preseason game against the Steelers, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Carroll sat out the first two games of exhibition season because of a hamstring issue.
Brad Smith
Though Brad Smith was listed on the depth chart  ahead of Jordan Matthews, it was Matthews who played a bigger role in the Eagles' first preseason game against the Bears Friday.

Smith had just one reception for 4 yards in the game, while Matthews led the team with seven targets. He brought in four of those passes but managed to rack up just 14 yards, with a long reception of 5 yards.

Smith and Matthews are fighting for the No. 3 receiver job in camp. 

Darren Sproles
Eagles running back Darren Sproles found the end zone during Thursday's exhibition game against the Steelers.

With LeSean McCoy sidelined after the first two series, Sproles tooke over and scored a rushing touchdown from 1-yard out in the second quarter. He played the entire first half with the starters and finished the game with six carries for 33 yards and a touchdown, averaging 5.5 yards per attempt. He was targeted only four times and finished the game with one catch for 4 yards.
Chris Polk
Eagles running back Chris Polk could be ready to play by Week 1 against the Jaguars, reports Saturday, which is why the team opted to release one more running back than expected Saturday.

Polk has been limited through the preseason due to a hamstring injury, but has been able to practice over the last week. 

Hamstring - Questionable for Week 1 vs. Jacksonville
Bryan Braman
The Eagles signed former Texans linebacker Bryan Braman to a two-year, $3.15 million deal, including $1 million guaranteed, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Dennis Kelly
The Eagles have ruled quarterback Matt Barkley, wide receiver Damaris Johnson, cornerback Curtis Marsh, safety Keelan Johnson, running back Matthew Tucker, offensive lineman Julian Vandervelde, and tackle Dennis Kelly inactive for Saturday's Wild Card playoff game against the Saints.
Jordan Matthews
Eagles rookie receiver Jordan Matthews "will see the most snaps in the slot in Week 1," projects in a breakdown of the team's wideouts. Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper will start on the outside.

Matthews caught 11 passes for 120 yards in the second and third preseason games.

Jaylen Watkins
The following players will not suit up for the Eagles Friday night against New England: wide receiver Riley Cooper (foot), wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (hamstring), cornerback Nolan Carroll (hamstring), running back Chris Polk (hamstring), running back Matthew Tucker (hamstring), running back David Fluellen (calf), cornerback Jaylen Watkins (hamstring), linebacker Jake Knott (hamstring) and center Julian Vandervelde (back).
Brandon Graham
After drafting pass rusher Marcus Smith in the draft, the Eagles will "probably" trade linebacker/defensive end Brandon Graham according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Graham's name came up in trade talks with the Dolphins earlier this offseason, though those trades also included Dion Jordan's name. 
Fletcher Cox
Eagles defensive lineman Fletcher Cox totaled four tackles (three solo) and one sack Week 8 vs. N.Y. Giants. Cox had his first sack in five games and has three sacks in eight games.
Trey Burton
No Updates
Jason Peters
Eagles left tackle Jason Peters, who just signed a contract extension through 2018, skipped the Pro Bowl because he underwent surgery for a fractured finger, reports the Philadelphia Daily News. Peters should be fine for OTAs.
Cody Parkey
Eagles kicker Cody Parkey has made the 53-man roster, according to

Parkey hit two long field goals during Thursday's game, which may have sealed the decision. If the team keeps Parkey, that would end Alex Henery's reign as the team's kicker. 

Evan Mathis
Eagles guard Evan Mathis, who's unhappy with his contract, said he won't hold out, reports Mathis is scheduled to make $5.15 million this year.

He vowed that the contract issue won't become a distraction.

“I’m not going to let anything distract me from my job, which is to play football," he said. "And I can handle anything you guys (reporters) throw at me. So that’s not going to distract me. If you want to keep asking questions, I’m here to answer them. So it doesn’t really bother me, and if people want to keep tweeting to me I’m right there. I’m wide open. I’m easy to get to, so it’s not going to be a distraction."

Cedric Thornton
The Eagles re-signed defensive end Cedric Thornton, an exclusive-rights free agent, to a one-year deal, reports the National Football Post.
Jason Kelce
The Eagles have signed left tackle Jason Kelce to a seven-year contract extension. The deal is worth $37.5 million with $13 million in guaranteed money, per ESPN.

"Jason is the epitome of the type of player we want around here, both on and off the field," coach Chip Kelly said. "He's tough, extremely intelligent and is a leader by his actions and by his words. His athleticism is something that really sticks out when you watch him play. There aren't many centers that can get down the field like he does."

Drafted in the sixth round by the Eagles in 2011, Kelce blossomed last year in Kelly's system, starting 16 games for the second time in his three-year career and helping to pave the way for the top rushing defense in the NFL. 

"You just don't see many interior linemen with the athleticism that Jason Kelce possesses," Eagles general manager Howie Roseman said. "It shows up on film many times where you just see him 10 or 15 yards down the field making blocks. His intelligence, work ethic and pride in his game are just off the charts. He's the proverbial gym rat and is always at the NovaCare Complex working on his game. This was the first off-season we had to re-sign Jason and we jumped all over the opportunity."

Marcus Smith
The Eagles signed rookie defensive end Marcus Smith on Monday to a four-year deal, the team announced. Smith was selected in the first round of the NFL Draft at No. 26 overall from Louisville.

"It means everything," Smith said. "I've been waiting on it for a long time, been wanting to sign my contract just to get everything over with. It just feels great to be an Eagle and have no worries and go on the field and do what I do best. When I put the pen to paper? The first person I think of is my mom. She did so many things for me and I just feel like I could go out and do something special for her."

Smith is expected to be a rotational pass rusher for the Eagles this season. He had 14.5 sacks in 2013.

Chris Maragos
Free agent safety Chris Maragos, who appeared in every game last season for the Seahawks, signed a three-year deal with the Eagles.
Jon Dorenbos
Eagles LB Connor Barwin, C Jon Dorenbos, P Donnie Jones, T Jason Peters, RB Chris Polk and DE Cedric Thornton are active Week 9 against the Raiders.

All six were ruled as probable on the team's injury report, and should be able to play against Oakland. Peters has been dealing with finger and shoulder injuries, but was able to overcome them this week.

Josh Huff
Eagles rookie wide receiver Josh Huff feels like his injured shoulder is improving every day, reports.

"I’m getting better every day and feeling stronger and ready to go," he said after practice on Monday. "I don’t know when I’m going to play again. I know that when I play, I will be ready to go and help the team."

While Huff is targeting the regular-season opener to return to action, he doesn't have a timetable to get back on the field.

Shoulder - Questionable for Week 1 vs. Jacksonville
Brandon Boykin
Eagles coach Chip Kelly announced Saturday that defensive backs Cary Williams (hamstring) and Brandon Boykin (hamstring), along with running back LeSean McCoy (thumb) and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (knee) will all practice Saturday, despite missing time in the previous preseason game due to their various maladies. 
Hamstring - Questionable for Week 1 vs. Jacksonville
James Casey
Eagles offensive coordiantor Pat Shurmur said the tight end group has really improved, especially second-year pro Zach Ertz.

"When you look at each guy, Brent Celek is very veteran, but he's in great shape. He looks terrific. James Casey kind of does everything we ask him to do, whether it's run block, pass block. He's really good even out of the back ield at times," Shurmur said.

"Then Ertz has probably made the biggest improvement because he's the youngest guy. I think we can use any combination of one, two or three of them at any time. Really, we train our guys. Receivers and tight ends, they're all just skill players to us."

The Philadelphia Inquirer expects the tight ends, specifically Ertz, to benefit from the departures of receivers DeSean Jackson and Jason Avant.

Nate Allen
The Eagles moved safety Earl Wolff to the first team Wednesday, demoting Nate Allen, reports Wolff hasn't locked up a starting job opposite Michael Jenkins, but he "has undeniably made plays through the first four days of camp," the report said.

Wolff played in 11 games as a rookie, making 45 tackles and an interception.

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