|Offense||22nd||113.6 (8th)||225.2 (26th)|
|Defense||6th||104.6 (18th)||207.4 (4th)|
|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|
|33||Brooks, Ron||CB||5-10||190||10/16/1988||5||Louisiana State|
|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|
|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|
|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.
The Eagles' passing attack produced just 179 yards, so Agholor actually finished second in targets, catches and receiving yards despite his unimpressive stat line. With a matchup versus the esteemed Vikings defense on tap for Week 7, Agholor's status as a secondary option and the recent struggles of the offense will make him a risky fantasy play.
Kendricks missed practices this week after suffering multiple injuries in Philadelphia's win over Chicago. It hasn't officially been announced that he'll play but head coach Doug Peterson anticipates him being in the lineup once again. It's unclear if the team will limit him at all in the game, but if they do look for Kamu Grugier-Hill to see some extra snaps.
Sturgis hit from 38 and 28 yards, with both of them coming in the fourth quarter. He has now connected on 12-of-13 attempts this season, but with only three of those kicks coming from 40-plus yards. He will travel to Minnesota in Week 7, where the Eagles could be playing catch-up from the get-go.
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.
Leodis McKelvin (hamstring) is inactive for the contest, affording Brooks the opportunity to see extended snaps in Week 6. He's collected nine tackles and has recovered a fumble through his first four games of the season.
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 only saw eight snaps Sunday, and it is becoming increasingly clear that, with Ryan Mathews healthy, Barner is the fourth running back on the Eagles' roster behind Mathews, Darren Sproles and Wendell Smallwood. Barner will remain off the fantasy radar in most formats, barring an injury to one of the aforementioned backs.
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 was one of several Eagles skill players impacted by Carson Wentz's struggles, as the rookie managed just 179 passing yards on the day. He has managed just 59 yards in two games since returning from a rib injury and has garnered a total of six targets. Ertz has yet to reestablish himself as a go-to option on offense and will be a risky fantasy play next week against the vaunted Vikings defensive unit.
Rushing four times for 20 yards and hauling in a season-low one catch (on his only target) for four yards, Sproles was behind starting running back Ryan Mathews in touches (nine) but led the backfield in snaps (11 for Mathews and 10 for Wendell Smallwood). Even deep reserve Kenjon Barner handled eight snaps, so a timeshare continues to reign among Eagles running backs. If the preceding remains the status quo, Sproles may be a PPR option, at best, moving forward.
More will be known about the severity of the injury as practice gets going for the week.
Green-Beckham struggled on a night where it seemed like the entire Eagles offense did, with Carson Wentz completing only 11 passes and no Eagles receiver bringing in more than three of them. The good news for Green-Beckham is that he saw 81-percent of Philadelphia's offensive snaps, a sign that he is the clear No. 3 receiver at this point in the season. Still, with such inconsistent production and no touchdown grabs so far, he remains off the radar in standard fantasy formats.
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 found the end zone for the first time this season as he continues to be a short-yardage option in the Eagles' offense. The wideout could figure to see more rushing attempts as he proves to be a versatile option in the playbook. Huff saw the field for about 30 percent of the offensive plays this Sunday and is expected to hover around that amount Week 6 in Washington.
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 was forced from Sunday's game against the Redskins because of the injury but was able to return. If he is forced to miss time, expect Beau Allen to see an increased presence along the Eagles' defensive line.
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.
Thomas was waived-injured by Houston on Tuesday and he cleared waivers. It's unclear what his injury was but he'll now be sat down for the year.
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 got his first taste of divisional play Sunday versus an in-form Redskins team, and he totaled a season-low in yardage while connecting on only half of his attempts. The rookie has provided a small sample size thus far, but he has averaged just 202.3 passing yards through three road games, compared to 289.5 in his home games. Now on a two-game skid, things will not get any easier for Wentz in Week 7 despite returning to Lincoln Financial Field, as the Vikings will bring their top-ranked defense to town.
Prior to the injury, Hicks had wreaked significant havoc on opposing offenses, racking up 50 tackles (43 solo), three fumble recoveries, two interceptions (one for a touchdown), one forced fumble, and one sack in eight games. With a full offseason program under his belt and health on his side, he's poised to jump up the IDP charts as the Eagles' starting middle linebacker.
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.
Mathews was excused from Friday's practice feeling under the weather, but the team apparently isn't worried about his Sunday availability, opting not to list him as 'questionable', 'doubtful or 'out'. While the illness could impact his strength and endurance if it lingers into the weekend, Mathews is seemingly still poised to lead the Philadelphia backfield in one of the best matchups conceivable. Washington has surrendered an NFL-worst eight rushing touchdowns, also ranking last in opponents' yards per carry (5.1) and third-to-last in rushing yards per game (130).
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.
If the wideout has already logged an uninhibited practice, Matthews' bout with knee tendinitis appears to be of little significance. While the final injury report of the week could state otherwise, he'll attempt to become the third wide receiver this season to reach the end zone against the Vikings.
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.
With Zach Ertz now fully back, Burton saw only nine offensive snaps to Ertz's 46. Burton saw 70-percent of the Eagles' special teams snaps, which points to a diminished role on offense. He simply isn't on the fantasy radar with Ertz seeing such a dominant share of snaps at tight end.
Murray was last season's NFL Offensive Player of the Year after leading the league with 1,845 rushing yards. He did so as a Cowboy and behind one of the best offensive lines the NFL had last season, so Peters realizes all eyes will be on the Eagles line to help Murray continue his dominance.
"It's a big weight on our shoulders. He was the rushing champ last year. He almost broke the record. For him to come here and not duplicate that, that would discredit us a little bit with the Dallas offensive line. We've got to make sure he gets his yards," Peters said. "That's a big challenge. The Dallas offensive line is good. We're just better. We're going to make sure he gets his yards."
Smallwood otherwise didn't do much with limited offensive touches, turning four carries into six yards and one reception (on two targets) into 14 yards. The rookie ranked third among Eagles running backs in offensive snaps -- 10, versus 23 for Darren Sproles, 11 for Ryan Mathews, and eight for Kenjon Barner -- which isn't exactly a recipe for consistent production. With two stalwarts in Mathews and Sproles in front of him, only an injury to one of them will allow Smallwood to make an impression out of the backfield, as he did in Week 3.
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.
McKelvin's return to full participation this week bodes well for his status heading into Sunday's matchup against the undefeated Vikings. Barring any setbacks throughout the week, he'll be back in the starting lineup at cornerback.
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 posted his highest tackle total of the season, and after recording five or fewer tackles in each of his first three games, he now has 23 over his last two contests. Although he's never averaged more than five tackles in any of his previous four years in the league, it's possible that he's beginning to emerge as a player in his first year with the Eagles. In addition, he's already tied his career high with two interceptions, so he's clearly trending upward. For now, he's a player to watch, and if he can produce for the next week or two, he'll be a player worth adding in IDP leagues.
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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