|Offense||22nd||113.3 (11th)||224.1 (24th)|
|Defense||13th||103.2 (15th)||239.5 (13th)|
|68||Andrews, Josh||G||6-2||311||6/21/1991||3||Oregon State|
|Bailey, Rasheed||WR||6-1||209||7/29/1993||1||Delaware Valley|
|76||Barbre, Allen||G||6-4||310||6/22/1984||10||Missouri Southern State|
|98||Barwin, Connor (FA)||DE||6-4||264||10/15/1986||8||Cincinnati|
|Bonnet, Andrew||FB||6-3||245||12/27/1992||1||North Dakota State|
|53||Bradham, Nigel||OLB||6-2||241||9/4/1989||6||Florida State|
|56||Braman, Bryan (FA)||DE||6-5||241||5/4/1987||7||West Texas A&M|
|33||Brooks, Ron||CB||5-10||190||10/16/1988||6||Louisiana State|
|Brooks, Brandon||G||6-5||335||8/19/1989||6||Miami (Ohio)|
|29||Brooks, Terrence||DB||5-11||200||3/2/1992||4||Florida State|
|91||Cox, Fletcher||DT||6-4||310||12/13/1990||6||Mississippi State|
|Daniel, Chase (FA)||QB||6-0||225||10/7/1986||9||Missouri|
|46||Dorenbos, Jon||LS||6-0||250||7/21/1980||15||Texas-El Paso|
|Goode, Najee (FA)||LB||6-0||244||6/4/1989||6||West Virginia|
|69||Gordon, Dillon||G||6-4||322||9/2/1993||2||Louisiana State|
|36||Gratz, Dwayne (FA)||CB||5-11||199||3/8/1990||5||Connecticut|
|Greene, Darrell||G||6-3||321||10/29/1992||1||San Diego State|
|54||Grugier-Hill, Kamu||OLB||6-2||220||5/16/1994||2||Eastern Illinois|
|Jeffery, Alshon||WR||6-3||218||2/14/1990||6||South Carolina|
|27||Jenkins, Malcolm||SS||6-0||204||12/20/1987||9||Ohio State|
|8||Jones, Donnie||P||6-2||221||7/5/1980||14||Louisiana State|
|LeRibeus, Josh||G||6-2||310||7/2/1989||4||Southern Methodist|
|45||Lovato, Rick||LS||6-2||249||9/9/1992||1||Old Dominion|
|24||Mathews, Ryan||RB||6-0||220||10/10/1987||8||Fresno State|
|21||McKelvin, Leodis (FA)||CB||5-10||185||9/1/1985||10||Troy|
|31||Mills, Jalen||CB||6-0||191||4/6/1994||2||Louisiana State|
|Neary, Aaron||C||6-4||284||11/15/1992||1||Eastern Washington|
|73||Seumalo, Isaac||G||6-4||303||10/29/1993||2||Oregon State|
|28||Smallwood, Wendell||RB||5-10||208||1/20/1994||2||West Virginia|
|37||Smith, C.J.||CB||5-11||189||5/10/1993||2||North Dakota State|
|43||Sproles, Darren||RB||5-6||190||6/20/1983||13||Kansas State|
|50||Tulloch, Stephen (FA)||OLB||5-11||245||1/1/1985||12||North Carolina State|
|19||Turner, Paul||WR||5-10||193||5/10/1993||2||Louisiana Tech|
|97||Vaeao, Destiny||DT||6-3||299||1/15/1994||2||Washington State|
|72||Vaitai, Halapoulivaati||T||6-6||320||6/16/1993||2||Texas Christian|
|35||Watson, Terrell||RB||6-1||240||8/22/1993||1||Azusa Pacific|
|11||Wentz, Carson||QB||6-5||237||12/30/1992||2||North Dakota State|
|Williams, Dom||WR||6-2||200||12/11/1992||1||Washington State|
|61||Wisniewski, Stefen||G||6-3||305||3/22/1989||7||Penn State|
|74||Wujciak, Connor (IR)||DT||6-2||291||9/24/1992||R||Boston College|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
On a day TE Zach Ertz caught 13 balls for 139 yards and two touchdowns, no other Philadelphia pass catcher was able to make much of an impact. Still, with Jordan Matthews (ankle) unavailable to suit up, Treggs saw his most game action since Week 12. While he ultimately wound up without anything to show for it, Treggs is now afforded the offseason to work his way up the Eagles' wideout pecking order in preparation for Year 2 of the Carson Wentz era.
With Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith joining slot receiver Jordan Matthews, it's hard to envision Agholor opening training camp as anything more than the No. 4 receiver. The 20th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft has just 59 catches for 648 yards and three touchdowns through two seasons, with a pathetic mark of just 5.7 yards per target. The Eagles might be open to trading Agholor, but he wouldn't fetch anything more than a middle or late-round pick.
Hart played in just one game last season, recording two tackles while playing along the defensive line. Late in the season the Eagles coaching staff decided to try him out along the offensive line and they were impressed enough to keep him there in 2017. He'll work with the offense starting in spring practices and look to carve out a larger role with the team next season.
Kendricks injured his quad during Friday's practice, and the injury will bring an end to his season. He'll finish the year with 32 tackles, one pass defensed, and one fumble recovery in 15 games.
Sturgis finishes his 2016 campaign having made 35 of 41 fields goal attempts and 30 extra points in 31 tries. He signed a one-year extension with the Eagles in September, so he's slated to be Philadelphia's kicker once again in 2017.
He was on crutches after the loss to the Browns.
Ken Whisenhunt said Monday that Jamon Meredith, who replaced Warmack after he went down, will continue to start at that position.
Barwin's signing addresses a major need for the Rams after the team jettisoned a pair of veteran edge rushers on the first day of free agency. The 30-year-old Barwin is coming off one of his least productive seasons as a pro, racking up 5.0 sacks over 16 games. That said, Barwin hasn't missed a game in six full seasons and he will add a veteran presence to an otherwise young defensive corps.
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.
Gruigier-Hill dealt with an illness that kept him sidelined during Thursday's practice, but he was able to return Friday without limitations. He'll provide depth at outside linebacker behind Mychal Kendricks.
Jenkins finishes the season with 72 tackles, 1.0 sack, and nine passes defensed, including three interceptions in 16 games played. His numbers are down on the whole from last season but he did manage to play in a team-high 99.9 percent the Eagles defensive snaps.
After spending the last two seasons in Missouri with the Rams and Chiefs, Foles will head back to the place where he began his career in 2012. The 27-year-old once looked like he might be the permanent solution at quarterback for the Eagles after tossing 27 touchdowns against just two interceptions over 13 games in 2013, but he regressed the following season and appears to have settled into backup duties at this stage of his career. Foles will serve as the understudy for second-year signal caller Carson Wentz, and his addition will likely prompt the Eagles to trade well-regarded backup Chase Daniel to another team this offseason.
Seeking some stability behind Melvin Gordon (knee) following the departure of Danny Woodhead (knee), the Chargers have added Barner to a backfield that includes holdover Kenneth Farrow (shoulder). Barner is less experienced in a lead role than Farrow, who earned two starts down the stretch last season when Gordon was lost for the season with a sprained PCL and hip strain. At the very least, though, Barner's kick-return chops will be valuable after averaging 30.8 yards on his nine attempts with the Eagles during the 2016 campaign.
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.
Barbre sat out last season's regular season finale after aggravating a hamstring injury in Week 16. While the injury is not expected to persist into the 2017 campaign, it still isn't clear how much of the Eagles' offseason program he could miss.
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.
Ertz's restructure creates over $2.5 million in cap space for the Eagles this offseason and guarantees him more money in the immediate future. In 14 games last season, Ertz totaled a career-high 78 catches for 816 yards and four touchdowns.
Williams spent time with the Chargers last preseason but failed to make the 53-man roster. As he enters his second season in the league, he'll look to find his way onto the Eagles' depth chart.
Sproles entered last season as the club's change-of-pace back but became Pederson's most-trusted option in the ground game as the year wore on, as evidenced by earning 45 percent of the offensive snaps, versus 25 percent for Ryan Mathews (neck). With the oft-injured Mathews perhaps on the way out of Philadelphia, the team will look to bring in additional talent to the backfield via the draft or free agency. However, with bigger needs elsewhere on the roster, the Eagles could end up using Wendell Smallwood (knee) as their primary ball carrier in the upcoming campaign. Either way, Sproles will probably be slotted in the same scatback role that he occupied at the beginning of this past season. He finished 2016 with 438 yards on 94 carries and added 427 more yards on 52 receptions. He also scored two touchdowns each on the ground and through the air.
Douglas is competing with Dallas Thomas for the starting job. Over the last few weeks, he's gone from occasional snaps to a 50/50 split of starting snaps.
"I like the fact that when he’s been in there he doesn’t make a lot of mental mistakes,” coach Joe Philbin said, per the Palm Beach Post. “I think he’s grasped the system relatively well. I think his play speed’s been pretty good. He doesn’t seem to hesitate a lot and that’s a good sign for a young guy. ... I really like what I see."
Despite playing through an AC sprain in his left shoulder most of the season, Braman played in all 16 games for the Eagles last year and ultimately racked up a total of five tackles on special teams. He'll look to latch on with a team in need of extra bodies for training camp this summer.
The Eagles' offseason moves suggest the team has little to no faith in Green-Beckham and Nelson Agholor, both of whom were incredibly inefficient with their limited targets last season. With Alshon Jeffery, Jordan Matthews and Torrey Smith likely to serve as the top three wideouts, Green-Beckham could find himself on the roster bubble.
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.
The defensive back was an exclusive rights free agent, but will opt to remain in Philadelphia. The 25-year-old played in all 16 games last season, while starting four of them. He recorded 24 tackles and three passes defended in the process.
There was some concern that Means' game status might be affected by an illness he had been suffering from, but it looks like he will be good to go against the Packers on Monday.
Graham's two tackles Sunday were part of his 59 on the season, a new career high for the seven-year veteran. He also recorded 5.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and a pass defensed this season, right around his career average in each category. He'll enter the third year of his four-year contract next season.
Gratz joins Philadelphia after playing three games for the Jaguars and spending some time on the Rams roster after being claimed off waivers back in October. Although he was ultimately let go by Los Angeles, the fourth-year pro figures to add depth to the Eagles secondary.
Wisniewski is a versatile offensive lineman that gave the Eagles depth at multiple positions last season with his ability to slide in at center or guard. Expect him to play a similar role in Philadelphia in 2017 and beyond with his new deal.
Coming off a pair of disappointing, injury-plagued seasons, Jeffery clearly believes he can boost his value and then cash in with a multi-year contract to his liking next offseason. Despite being hampered by a slew of lower-body issues, Jeffery produced 1,628 receiving yards in 21 games (77.5 YPG) the past two seasons, after posting back-to-back 1,000-yard showings in 2013 and 2014. The Eagles also added Torrey Smith to a receiving corps that already included Jordan Matthews and TE Zach Ertz, but Jeffery will be the clear favorite to lead the team targets if he's healthy. Eagles QB Carson Wentz could take a big step forward in his second season.
Smith was most recently in San Francisco, where poor quarterback play limited him to 110 receptions for 930 yards over his two-year stint with the 49ers. He will now join a more promising situation in Philadelphia with Carson Wentz directing the offense. The Eagles lacked a true deep threat in 2016, but got exactly that in Smith. The veteran wideout has recorded a touchdown of at least 50 yards in each of his six NFL seasons, and should open things up down the field for Wentz and a Philadelphia offense that was 24th in the league in passing yards per game last year.
Marshall led the team in carries and yards with Ryan Mathews (back) out of commission, averaging a respectable 4.2 yards per carry against what has been a stout Cowboys run defense. After contributing in just two games this season, it remains to be seen what Marshall's role will be with the team will be next year, with Ryan Mathews expected to head the rushing attack.
Grymes played in only one game and didn't record any tackles after being promoted to the active roster Nov. 11. He will become a free agent if he clears waivers.
Wujciak, a first-year player out of Boston College, spent the season on injured reserve after suffering a shoulder injury last August. When he returns to full strength Wujciak could be a cheap option on the free-agent market for a team in need of depth along its defensive line.
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.
This will be the second straight game Brooks will miss with the hamstring injury he suffered during the team's Week 9 loss to the Giants. His next opportunity to return will be Monday night against the Packers in Week 12.
Johnson received the ban for a second violation of the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. The Redskins were given an Exempt/Commissioner Permission in order to put off releasing a player from the 53-man roster, but once a move is made, he'll be available to play again Thursday for the first time since Week 5. Due to a multitude of injuries at right tackle, head coach Doug Pederson expects Johnson to slot in as the starter against the Giants.
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.
Every pass catcher in Sunday's game was overshadowed by Philadelphia TE Zach Ertz (who caught 13 passes for 139 yards and two scores Sunday), and Turner was no different. Even in Jordan Matthews' (ankle) absence, the rookie only finished fifth on the team in targets. With the 2016 season now in the books, Turner will look to build upon his late-season progress in the offseason and carve out a complementary role in the Eagles' passing attack behind Ertz and Matthews in advance of the 2017 campaign.
The rookie, who was taken in the seventh round, worked his way up the depth chart in training camp, and found a role with the team providing depth at cornerback. While he failed to tally an interception, the 22-year-old showed he had a nose for the ball by knocking away seven passes during the season. He is under contract for three more seasons, at an affordable price, so the Eagles figure to continue using Mills in their plans going forward.
Wentz started all 16 games during his rookie season, throwing for 3,782 yards and 16 touchdowns on 379-for-607 passing. The team is unsure if Wentz's throwing motion or the sheer number of passes were the reason for his elbow soreness, but the issue was significant enough that the young passer had to take additional time off from throwing after the season ended. The soreness won't in any way impact his availability for offseason workouts, but it may be something the team tries to avoid in the future.
Tobin sustained a Grade 2 MCL sprain during Sunday's loss, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The fourth-year pro started one game this season.
Bailey signed with the Chargers in early-August, but didn't see a minute of preseason action. The agreement removes him from the team's injured reserve list, leaving him free to sign with another team.
With three of its top four running backs ruled out, Philadelphia deployed a three-pronged rushing attack on Sunday behind the likes of Watson, Darren Sproles and Byron Marshall. Each player received only nine or 10 carries, though, so there wasn't a clear leader of the bunch. With the regular season now all wrapped up, Turner will look to stay injury-free throughout the offseason in hopes to secure a role in the Eagles' run game for the 2017 campaign.
Goode played in all 16 games in 2016, recording 10 combined tackles and providing solid coverage as a special teams player. If he is able to ultimately make the Eagles' 53-man roster at the end of the preseason, he should find himself in a similar special teams role this coming campaign.
Hicks had his first career multi-interception game Sunday, ending the season with a team-leading five interceptions. He also was second on the team with 85 tackles. Hicks played on 95.2 percent of the Eagles defensive snaps this season and will look to build on his strong campaign come time for the 2017 season.
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' contract includes $1 million in guaranteed money along with a $300K Pro Bowl incentive bonus. The former seventh-round pick is now 36 years old and provides the Eagles' special teams unit with a veteran presence.
While starting cornerback Leodis McKelvin nurses a hamstring injury, the Eagles will promote Smith as a depth option in the secondary.
The Eagles signed Daniel to a three-year, $21 million contract (including $12 million guaranteed) last offseason, only to release him after an uneventful 2016 campaign in which he attempted just one pass. The 30-year-old career backup won't be paid so handsomely this time around, but the Jets likely would give him a shot to fight for the starting job. The Eagles signed Nick Foles to serve as a more affordable backup to Carson Wentz.
It has been speculated that Mathews will be released to bring the Eagles $4 million in cap relief, but Roseman would not comment on the situation since league rules prohibit cutting an injured player. The running back will be entering his age-30 season in 2017 and has always struggled with injuries and ball-control issues, but he should be healthy by the time next season begins and able to contribute wherever he ends up. Wendell Smallwood (knee) and Darren Sproles remain in the fold for the Eagles, but the club is likely to try and bring in additional help via free agency or the draft, if Mathews is in fact let go once he's healthy, according to Philly.com.
Celek hasn't seen much action this season as the third pass catching option at tight end for the Eagles, behind Zach Ertz and Trey Burton. In what was his 10th season, Celek finished with 14 catches on 19 targets for 155 yards and no touchdowns, all career lows.
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.
Week 17 was not a good one for Bradham. He failed to get a solo tackle for the first time all season, despite playing in every one of the team's defensive snaps. Despite his rough day, Bradham finished the season as the team's leading tackler with 102 on the season, and he played in 97.1 percent of the team's defensive snaps. He also forced two fumbles and had five passes defensed, including an interception, while playing in all 16 games this season.
The 2014 second-round selection has mostly worked from the slot to this point in his career, but he's also taken some snaps outside -- where he's far less effective -- due to the lack of surrounding talent in Philadelphia's offense. Matthews can now settle in as a full-time slot man, free to focus on what he does best. However, the offseason additions do add significant competition for targets in an offense that also features TE Zach Ertz as a crucial component of the passing game. Entering the final season of his rookie contract, Matthews is in real danger of drawing fewer than 100 targets for the first time in his career.
Cox finished the 2016 season with 6.5 sacks, 43 tackles, and a forced fumble in 16 games played. Those totals are down from his 9.5 sacks, 71 tackles, and three forced fumbles in 2015, but he was hobbled by ankle injuries at times during the season. He'll look to rebound with an improved season in 2017.
Burton is a key special teams contributor who also caught a career-high 37 passes last season, but it's still highly unlikely any team would be willing to surrender a second-round pick for his services. He thus figures to be back with the Eagles at a salary around $2.8 million -- a number that could be reduced if the two sides work out a long-term extension. Burton is clearly second to Zach Ertz in the team's pecking order at tight end.
Peters exited in the first quarter Sunday to have his forearm x-rayed and was cleared to return early in the second quarter.
The Eagles are expected to release Mathews once he can pass a physical, which could be a matter of weeks or months. Smallwood and Sproles both figure to have roles next season, but the team likely also hopes to acquire a bigger back to replace Mathews -- be it through free agency or the draft. Smallwood had 77 carries for 312 yards (4.1 YPC) and a touchdown in 13 games as a rookie, adding six catches for 55 yards on 12 targets. He missed the final three weeks of the year with a Grade 2 MCL sprain, but the issue should clear up before the start of OTAs, if it hasn't healed already. Smallwood's 2017 outlook largely will depend on Philadelphia's other transactions in the coming months.
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.
Johnson went undrafted out of Texas in 2016 but latched on with the Eagles later on in the summer. However, he was ultimately released in early September without making a game appearance and is now set to battle for one of the last roster spots once again.
McKelvin signed a two-year, $6 million contract with Philadelphia last offseason. In 13 games with the Eagles in 2016, he recorded 43 tackles and two interceptions, including one pick six. He saw the field on 57.5 percent of the team's defensive snaps but routinely struggled in man-to-man coverage. He'll be 32 come the start of the 2017 regular season.
Maragos' contract extension also includes around an extra $300K with Pro Bowl incentives, as the backup safety intends on spending three more years in Philadelphia. Through 10 games so far this season, he's notched just six tackles (four solo), but serves as a veteran tool for the team's special teams unit.
McLeod's game Sunday was representative of his season, with him chipping in in the form of pass defense and sure tackling. He finished the year with 83 tackles, seven passes defensed, including three interceptions, and a sack, all of which were career highs. He played in 99.4 percent of Philadelphia's defensive snaps on the season, second only to fellow starting safety Malcolm Jenkins.
Dorenbos suffered a broken wrist during Sunday's loss to the Redskins. With that injury rendering him incapable of long-snapping, Dorenbos will miss the rest of this season. In a corresponding roster move, the Eagles added Rick Lovato on Monday.