Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field | Coach: Doug Pederson
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense12th108.9 (14th)255.4 (12th)
Defense30th134.6 (29th)267.1 (27th)
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17Agholor, Nelson WR6-01985/24/19932USC
94Allen, Beau NT6-233311/14/19913Wisconsin
68Andrews, Josh G6-23116/21/19912Oregon State
76Barbre, Allen G6-43106/22/19849Missouri Southern State
34Barner, Kenjon RB5-91954/28/19893Oregon
98Barwin, Connor OLB6-426410/15/19868Cincinnati
7Bradford, Sam QB6-422411/8/19877Oklahoma
53Bradham, Nigel LB6-22419/4/19895Florida State
56Braman, Bryan LB6-52415/4/19876West Texas A&M
33Brooks, Ron DB5-1019010/16/19885Louisiana State
79Brooks, Brandon G6-53358/19/19895Miami (Ohio)
74Bunche, Malcolm G6-632010/16/19911UCLA
47Burton, Trey TE6-323510/29/19913Florida
23Carroll, Nolan CB6-12051/18/19877Maryland
87Celek, Brent TE6-42551/25/198510Cincinnati
 Countess, Blake CB5-91848/8/1993RAuburn
91Cox, Fletcher DE6-430012/13/19905Mississippi State
75Curry, Vinny DE6-32796/30/19885Marshall
10Daniel, Chase QB6-022510/7/19868Missouri
 DePalma, John LS6-52459/16/1993RWest Virginia
46Dorenbos, Jon LS6-02507/21/198014Texas-El Paso
86Ertz, Zach TE6-525011/10/19904Stanford
41Evans, Randall CB6-019512/26/19911Kansas State
66Gardner, Andrew G6-63084/4/19867Georgia Tech
 Gause, Quentin LB6-122010/30/1992RRutgers
13Givens, Chris WR6-020312/6/19895Wake Forest
53Goode, Najee LB6-02446/4/19895West Virginia
 Gordon, Dillon TE6-42959/2/1993RLouisiana State
17Graham, T.J. WR5-111887/27/19895North Carolina State
55Graham, Brandon OLB6-22654/3/19887Michigan
 Greene, Darrell G6-233010/29/1992RSan Diego State
 Grymes, Aaron DB5-111853/1/1991RIdaho
97Hart, Taylor DE6-62812/22/19913Oregon
58Hicks, Jordan ILB6-12366/27/19922Texas
13Huff, Josh WR5-1120610/14/19913Oregon
27Jenkins, Malcolm FS6-020412/20/19878Ohio State
 Johnson, Bruce C6-328512/4/1992RMaine
65Johnson, Lane T6-63175/8/19904Oklahoma
 Johnson, Marcus WR6-1193//RTexas
77Jones, Barrett G6-43085/25/19903Alabama
8Jones, Donnie P6-22217/5/198013Louisiana State
 Jones, Cayleb WR6-32153/21/1993RArizona
62Kelce, Jason C6-329511/5/19876Cincinnati
67Kelly, Dennis T6-83211/16/19905Purdue
95Kendricks, Mychal ILB6-02409/28/19905California
96Logan, Bennie NT6-231512/28/19894Louisiana State
57Long, Travis OLB6-42557/24/19913Washington State
42Maragos, Chris FS5-102001/6/19877Wisconsin
 Marshall, Byron WR5-92052/13/1994ROregon
93Martin, Mike DT6-12989/1/19905Michigan
24Mathews, Ryan RB6-022010/10/19877Fresno State
81Matthews, Jordan WR6-32127/16/19923Vanderbilt
 McCalister, Alex DE6-623910/17/1993RFlorida
 McFarland, M.J. TE6-4249//RTexas-El Paso
21McKelvin, Leodis DB5-101859/1/19859Troy
23McLeod, Rodney DB5-101956/23/19905Virginia
51Means, Steven DE6-32639/16/19902Buffalo
 Mills, Jalen FS6-01914/6/1994RLouisiana State
 O'Neal, Cedric RB6-02131/29/1994RValdosta State
48Pantale, Chris TE6-52543/22/19901Boston College
1Parkey, Cody K6-01932/19/19923Auburn
71Peters, Jason T6-43281/22/198213Arkansas
82Randle, Rueben WR6-22085/7/19915Louisiana State
30Reynolds, Ed DB6-120710/18/19912Stanford
35Rice, Denzel DB6-01963/31/19932Coastal Carolina
32Rowe, Eric CB6-120510/3/19922Utah
 Rush, Xavier WR6-320212/30/1992RTulane
 Seumalo, Isaac G6-529810/29/1993ROregon State
 Sharp, Hunter WR5-111974/25/1994RUtah State
36Shepherd, JaCorey CB5-111993/29/19932Kansas
 Shittu, Aziz DE6-32797/27/1994RStanford
54Skinner, Deontae LB6-225012/18/19902Mississippi State
 Smallwood, Wendell RB5-112011/29/1994RWest Virginia
 Smith, C.J. CB5-111835/10/1993RNorth Dakota State
90Smith, Marcus LB6-32513/31/19923Louisville
43Sproles, Darren RB5-61906/20/198312Kansas State
6Sturgis, Caleb K5-91928/9/19894Florida
 Tavarres, Myke LB6-123011/18/1992RIncarnate Word (Tex.)
64Tobin, Matt G6-62906/5/19904Iowa
 Turner, Paul WR5-111965/10/1993RLouisiana Tech
 Vaeao, Destiny DT6-42911/15/1994RWashington State
 Vaitai, Halapoulivaati T6-62966/16/1993RTexas Christian
 Walker, Joe ILB6-223612/11/1992ROregon
37Watkins, Jaylen DB5-1119411/27/19912Florida
 Wentz, Carson QB6-523212/30/1992RNorth Dakota State
61Wisniewski, Stefen C6-33053/22/19896Penn State
 Wujciak, Connor DT6-33009/24/1992RBoston College
Roster Analysis
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Position Listing
M.J. McFarland
No Updates
Eric Rowe
Eagles cornerback Byron Maxwell (shoulder) will likely be able to play in Sunday's game against the Saints, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

Maxwell injured his quad during the first quarter of Sunday's loss to the Redskins, allowing rookie Eric Rowe to work in an every-snap role. If Maxwell doesn't end up playing in Week 5, Rowe will likely get the start.

Myke Tavarres
No Updates
Barrett Jones
As the Rams start the final week of OTAs, three players are still battling in a wide-open race to be starting center. 

Tim Barnes, Barrett Jones and Demetrius Rhaney are vying for the job, and the competition will liekly last far into training camp. 

"We’re not going to make a decision real early,” coach Jeff Fisher said, per “We’ll let them all play. We’re rotating them. They’re all getting opportunities to work with (QBNick Foles), so he’s familiar, not only with the exchanges, but also the communication. We’ll make that decision when somebody shows us he’s earned the job."

Nelson Agholor
Agholor will not be charged in the recent sexual assault investigation concerning a June incident at a night club, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Agholar recently made headlines when he was accused of assault at a Philadelphia night club, but Bowen is reporting that he will not wind up being charged. Bowen also reports that a formal announcement on the charges will be made as soon as Friday. Barring a sudden change in the direction of the case, Agholar should be cleared and ready for the start of training camp.

Ed Reynolds
The Eagles announced their final cuts to trim the roster to 53 players Saturday.

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 team also added wide receiver Arrelious Benn (back) and linebacker Travis Long (knee) to injured reserve. 

Halapoulivaati Vaitai
No Updates
Taylor Hart
The Eagles declared quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), cornerback Bradley Fletcher (hip), safety Jerome Couplin, wideout Jeff Maehl, offensive linemen Dennis Kelly and Julian Vandervelde, and defensive end Taylor Hart inactive for Sunday's game at the Giants.

With Fletcher inactive, corner Nolan Carroll will start.

Travis Long
The Eagles have waived outside linebacker Travis Long, according to Long suffered a torn ACL on Monday and if he goes unclaimed, he will be placed on the team's injured reserve list.

Long has been with Philadelphia since 2013, but is yet to play a game after suffering multiple injuries.

Rueben Randle
Randle (gallbladder) returned to the field for Tuesday's mandatory minicamp after missing the final two weeks of OTAs, reports.

Randle had his gallbladder removed May 23, but he was back on the practice field 15 days later and shouldn't be affected. Head coach Doug Pederson said Randle will compete for a starting job on the outside, with other candidates including Nelson Agholor, Josh Huff and Chris Givens. Despite having to settle for a one-year, $1.025 million contract in March, the 25-year-old Randle has every opportunity to earn a significant role.

Dillon Gordon
No Updates
Mychal Kendricks
Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game in Carolina.

With DeMeco Ryans (knee) inactive, Kendricks and Jordan Hicks will start at inside linebacker. There's some chance Kendricks will be limited, but he did play every defensive snap in his only healthy game this season, all the way back in Week 1.

Caleb Sturgis
Sturgis finished 2015 with 18 field goal makes on 22 attempts, and 35 extra point conversions on 37 attempts.

After a rough go in his first game with the Eagles, Sturgis rebounded and rewarded then-head coach Chip Kelly's confidence. This offseason will be an interesting one for Sturgis and fellow kicker Cody Parkey, who ceded the job to Sturgis because of a groin injury. If Parkey is able to perform well during OTAs, he will likely win his job back. But if Sturgis outperforms his teammate, he could theoretically dethrone Parkey. It's a good situation for the Eagles, having two kickers they're confident in competing for one spot.

Connor Barwin
Barwin recorded a sack, his seventh of the year, in Sunday's 35-30 win over the Giants.

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.

Darrell Greene
No Updates
Chris Pantale
The Bears have claimed tight end Chris Pantale off waivers from the Jets, the team announced on Tuesday.

Pantale was waived by New York in the offseason after one season. He appeared in five games, mostly on special teams. He had one kickoff return for 24 yards.

Sam Bradford
Bradford has separated himself from his challengers for the starting quarterback job, Chase Daniel and Carson Wentz, the Intelligencer reports.

Bradford already had a slight edge in the competition, but head coach Doug Pederson said Bradford strengthened his hold on the job during organized team activities.

Aziz Shittu
No Updates
Quentin Gause
No Updates
Bruce Johnson
No Updates
Ron Brooks
Brooks (neck) will compete with Norman Carroll for the starting job opposite newly-acquired Leodis McKelvin, reports.

Brooks ended the 2015 campaign on IR after dealing with neck, shoulder and head injuries during the season. However, his main competition, Norman Carroll, is also coming off an injury-ravaged season as well. Fellow CB Eric Rowe also figures to be in on the competition, but offseason reviews suggest he isn't a realistic candidate to start. Conceivably, as both Brooks and Carroll enter training camp after an offseason of rehab, this competition could come down to the last man standing should either player suffer a setback.

Neck - Probable for start of season
Malcolm Jenkins
Jenkins has signed a new five-year contract with the Eagles.

Jenkins' new deal will keep him in Philadelphia through the 2020 season. After joining the Eagles last offseason, Jenkins went on to lead the NFL in snaps for a second straight campaign, registering 120 tackles, 15 passes defensed and three forced fumbles. Those career-best numbers earned Jenkins his first Pro Bowl selection, and now a long-term deal to solidify his future.

T.J. Graham
Graham is inactive for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers.

Willie Snead (calf) will return to action Sunday, leaving little incentive for coach Sean Payton to keep Graham active as the team's fifth receiver. Graham has four catches for 24 yards over his four games with New Orleans this season.

Kenjon Barner
Barner may find himself on the roster bubble, according to ESPN's Phil Sheridan.

Rookie UDFA Byron Marshall, also from the University of Oregon, has a skillset similar to Barner's as a fleet-footed scatback with potential to contribute in the return game. The Eagles also used a fifth-round pick on WVU product Wendell Smallwood, who joins a backfield that already had Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles. It thus seems Barner will have to fight for a roster spot, though it is worth nothing that Mathews has a lengthy injury history and Sproles just turned 33. A 2013 sixth-round selection, Barner has just 34 career carries for 131 yards, with 11 receptions for 29 yards.

Beau Allen
Eagles rookie receiver Jordan Matthews is active for Sunday's game at the Giants after being listed as probable with a knee injury. Also suiting up for Philly are outside linebacker Trent Cole (hand), defensive tackle Beau Allen (shoulder), defensive end Brandon Bair (knee), tight end Trey Burton (back), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (ankle) and safety Chris Maragos.
JaCorey Shepherd
Eagles cornerback JaCorey Shepherd tore the ACL in his right knee, an MRI confirmed Monday, per

Shepherd was injured during Sunday's practice and was carted off the field. The injury will be season ending.

Shepherd was projected to claim the starting nickle cornerback spot.

Allen Barbre
The Eagles placed offensive lineman Allen Barbre (ankle) and linebacker Najee Goode (pectoral) on injured reserve Tuesday. Guard Evan Mathis (knee) was also placed on injured reserve with a designation to return.
Zach Ertz
Ertz has signed a five-year contract extension with the Eagles, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Ertz's new deal will reportedly make him the NFL's fourth highest-paid tight end, and keep him with the Eagles through 2021. At 25 years old, Ertz set new career-highs with 75 catches (on 112 targets) for 853 yards this season, when he also scored two touchdowns.

Chris Givens
The Eagles have signed Givens to a one-year contract, reports.

Givens adds depth to an Eagles wideout corps that also includes Jordan Matthews, Nelson Agholor and and Josh Huff. Though Givens -- who can also contribute as a kick returner -- recorded a modest total of 20 catches for 353 yards and a TD over 15 games for the Rams and Ravens last season, it's worth noting that the 26-year-old pass-catcher enjoyed his most productive NFL season as a rookie in 2012, while working with former St.Louis and current Philadelphia starting QB, Sam Bradford.

Andrew Gardner
The Eagles reached a contract extension with offensive guard Andrew Gardner on Tuesday, reports

The extension is for three years at $4.7 million and includes a $500,000 signing bonus. Gardner played in 16 games last season and started eight.

Darren Sproles
Sproles has reported to practice and resumed his "extensive" role in the Eagles' system, Dave Zangaro of CSN Philadelphia reports.

Sproles skipped the voluntary portion of the Eagles' offseason program due to family-related issues, but returned to practice Tuesday and participated in both team and position drills, as well as on special teams returning punts. The latter is nothing new, as Sproles has been returning punts for years now (and has returned a pair for touchdowns each of the past two seasons). Nonetheless, it's reaffirming to hear newly-assigned head coach Doug Pederson declare the almost-33-year-old Sproles as the "primary guy" regarding punt returns, and offensively as "a big part of what we do." Sproles has operated as a gadget player collecting 70 rushing attempts and roughly 50 receptions on average in each of his two years in Philadelphia, but those numbers could rise in a remodeled offense sans DeMarco Murray.

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.
Josh Andrews
The Eagles announced their final cuts to trim the roster to 53 players Saturday.

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 team also added wide receiver Arrelious Benn (back) and linebacker Travis Long (knee) to injured reserve. 

Jaylen Watkins
Eagles cornerback Nolan Carroll left the game at the Giants in the third quarter to be evaluated for a concussion. He had four tackles and two passes defensed before getting hurt.

Corner Jaylen Watkins replaced Carroll.

Steven Means
Means has been added to Houston's practice squad, the Houston Chronicle reports.

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.

Brandon Graham
Eagles linebacker Brandon Graham feels the optimism of a guy coming off his best season.

"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."

Randall Evans
The Eagles have announced that they have signed three of their draft picks. Included are second-rounder and cornerback Eric Rowe, sixth-rounder and cornerback Randall Evans and seventh-rounder and defensive end Brian Mihalik.
Stefen Wisniewski
Despite undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder in January, Jaguars center Stefen Wisniewski said the rehab is going well and his goal is to be ready by training camp, the team announced.

Wisniewski was signed by the team to compete for a starting role along the interior of the offensive line.

Malcolm Bunche
No Updates
Mike Martin
Titans defensive end Mike Martin is taking a unique approach to getting better. He is getting smaller by shedding weight in order to get faster and quicker, per The Tennessean.

Martin played at about 318 pounds in 2014. He says he's dropped to around 290 to 295 pounds this offseason.

"I'm feeling really great," Martin said. "I've got my weight back down to where I was in college. I'm feeling a lot better than I did and I'm moving better."

Martin, who's entering a contract season, says the drop in weight is already paying dividends as his conditioning has already improved.

"It's a big-time difference," Martin said. "The way I'm moving on the field, I'm real explosive and quick, and I'm not getting winded. I remember last year, after like five or six plays, I'd be winded. That was with an extra 20 pounds."

Deontae Skinner
The Eagles filled out their 90-man roster Friday by signing linebacker Deontae Skinner, who last played for the Patriots in 2014, per the team's website. 

Skinner played in seven games with New England last season, his rookie NFL campaign, picking up 16 tackles. He was released off the team's practice squad in May. 

Byron Marshall
No Updates
Josh Huff
Huff was held without a catch in Sunday's 35-30 win over the Giants.

Despite playing much better football in his second year than he did in his rookie season, Huff's production was still very inconsistent. He caught just one pass for eight yards in the final two games of the year, and racked up 20 yards or fewer in nine games this season. Whether he can be the speedy play-maker former head coach Chip Kelly envisioned remains to be seen; so far, it doesn't look promising.

Brandon Brooks
Texans guard Brandon Brooks (ankle, probable) played in Houston's Week 4 loss to Atlanta. The Texans' banged up offensive line got a lift with both Brooks and Duane Brown (thumb) getting back on the field.
Aaron Grymes
No Updates
Cedric O'Neal
No Updates
Connor Wujciak
No Updates
Vinny Curry
Vinny Curry would like to receive as much playing time with the Eagles as possible this season. So the natural defensive end is not complaining about getting reps at linebacker during minicamp.

Curry maximized his opportunity last year despite participating in only 32 percent of the defensive snaps, finishing second on the team with nine sacks and tied for first with four forced fumbles.

"I think he's expanded his role in terms of where we can deploy him," Chip Kelly told the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Despite his 280-pound frame, Curry boasts superior speed and quickness. But he's not expected to be used covering receivers or running backs coming out of the backfield.

He just wants to be prepared for anything the coaches provide for him to do.

"Hopefully, I will be ready for everything that comes my way," Curry said.

Bennie Logan
Logan (calf) was placed on IR on Saturday, Philadelphia Inquirer writer Jeff McLane reports.

Logan is a fine run-stopping interior lineman and his absence leaves Philadelphia a bit more vulnerable at the nose tackle position against the Giants.

Calf - Probable for start of season
Lane Johnson
Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson suffered a sprained MCL in his knee and a sprained ankle during Sunday's game against the Redskins, but is not expected to miss time due to either ailment, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Johnson will apparently play through his pair of sprains, but with him banged-up, the Eagles' beleaguered offensive line takes another hit in advance of next Sunday's game against the Saints.

Alex McCalister
The Eagles selected McCalister in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 240th overall.

McCalister is raw and needs to add weight to his frame, but for a 6-foot-6 defender with such a big wingspan, McCalister really displays excellent quickness and explosiveness. He's a nice project defender for Philadelphia.

Xavier Rush
No Updates
Isaac Seumalo
No Updates
Paul Turner
No Updates
Jalen Mills
The Eagles selected Mills in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 233rd overall.

Mills is a corner/safety tweener who was generally expected to go in the third or fourth round. Assuming his health isn't too much of a red flag, this pick could yield a nice bargain for Philadelphia.

Carson Wentz
Wentz, who the Eagles selected No. 2 overall in April's NFL Draft, is trending toward opening the coming season as a game-day inactive, reports.

While Wentz is destined to start for the Eagles down the road, at this stage the rookie is the team's third QB, behind both starter Sam Bradford and top backup Chase Daniel, per coach Doug Pederson. It's an arrangement we'd expect to remain firmly in place to start the season, in the absence of an injury. With the long haul in mind, the Eagles are not inclined to rush the development of Wentz, though the report encouragingly notes that the 23-year-old signal-caller had some impressive moments during the team's OTAs and minicamp.

Matt Tobin
Eagles right guard Matt Tobin, who suffered a concussion Week 11, has been cleared and is practicing Thursday, reports Still, Andrew Gardner took the first-team reps at right guard, the report added.
Najee Goode
The Eagles placed offensive lineman Allen Barbre (ankle) and linebacker Najee Goode (pectoral) on injured reserve Tuesday. Guard Evan Mathis (knee) was also placed on injured reserve with a designation to return.
Jordan Hicks
Hicks has been medically cleared from the torn pectoral that ended his rookie season in 2015, Tim McManus of reports.

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.

Donnie Jones
The Eagles signed punter Donnie Jones to a three-year deal and released safety Patrick Chung, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Cayleb Jones
No Updates
C.J. Smith
No Updates
Chase Daniel
Daniel is slated to join the Eagles, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports. His deal with the team is reportedly for three years.

While the Eagles have already elected to pay up in order to retain the services of starting QB Sam Bradford, Daniel now joins the team's backup mix, with the deal reuniting him with new Philadelphia coach Doug Pederson, who worked with Daniel while the two were both with the Chiefs. Daniel thus appears to be an injury away from a shot to helm the Eagles offense, but given Bradford's injury history, it's understandable that Pederson was interested in securing some trusted QB insurance.

Ryan Mathews
Mathews and teammate Darren Sproles are being pegged as the Eagles' primary running backs following the trade of DeMarco Murray, reports.

Mathews' future with the Eagles was somewhat uncertain earlier this week, but after Murray was traded, executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman expressed confidence in Mathews and Sproles as the team's top two runners. In 13 games last season, Mathews rushed for 539 yards and six touchdowns, averaging a career-best 5.1 yards per carry along the way. While the Eagles could certainly add another running back in the upcoming draft, it appears Mathews could be their primary ball-carrier this season, according to Roseman and coach Doug Peterson's recent comments.

Blake Countess
No Updates
Brent Celek
Celek agreed to a three-year, $13 million contract to stay with the Eagles, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports.

The deal reportedly includes $6 million guaranteed, which shows just how much the Eagles value the 31-year-old Celek, even though Zach Ertz has emerged as the team's primary tight end. Celek's days as a useful fantasy contributor may be numbered, but he's still an important part of the Philadelphia running game, with solid hands to boot.

Nolan Carroll
Carroll (ankle) claims his ankle was never broken, and although he never revealed the true specifics of the ankle injury he suffered last November, he is now fully healed and ready to resume practicing, reports.

After roughing up his lower leg last November against the Eagles, Carroll was placed on injured reserve with what was believed to be a broken ankle. A clean break could have required a significantly longer rehab process, but with Carroll evidencing his health with a video of himself sprinting up stairs, the veteran corner should be available as soon as training camp.

Ankle - Probable for start of season
Joe Walker
No Updates
Nigel Bradham
Bradham has signed a two-year deal with the Eagles, reports.

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.

Dennis Kelly
The Eagles declared quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), cornerback Bradley Fletcher (hip), safety Jerome Couplin, wideout Jeff Maehl, offensive linemen Dennis Kelly and Julian Vandervelde, and defensive end Taylor Hart inactive for Sunday's game at the Giants.

With Fletcher inactive, corner Nolan Carroll will start.

Jordan Matthews
Matthews spent a week working out with quarterback Sam Bradford earlier this offseason, reports.

Matthews flew to Oklahoma back in March to work out with Bradford in hopes of continuing to build their quarterback-receiver chemistry ahead of the upcoming season. Although Bradford's recent trade request, which was later rescinded, briefly made matters contentious between Bradford and the Eagles, Matthews holds no ill-will toward Bradford, and clearly is determined to succeed along with him. Expected to start at an outside position this season, Matthews came on strong during the second half of last season, ultimately finishing with 85 catches for 997 yards and eight touchdowns.

Hunter Sharp
No Updates
Fletcher Cox
Cox signed a six-year, $103 million extension with the Eagles on Monday, Adam Schefter of reports.

The deal includes over $63 million in guaranteed money, making it highest guarantee for a non-quarterback in NFL history. Only 25, Cox attended his first Pro Bowl last season after recording 71 tackles, 9.5 sacks, and three forced fumbles in 2015. The defensive tackle hasn't missed a game in the last three seasons and will look to be a cornerstone of the Eagles' defense in 2016, led by new coordinator Jim Schwartz.

Trey Burton
Eagles tight end Trey Burton had to leave Sunday's game against the Cowboys after suffering a shoulder injury, the team announced. Burton underwent an X-ray and returned to the field.
Jason Peters
Eagles offensive tackle Jason Peters knows there will be a ton of pressure on the team's offensive line to help newly acquired running back DeMarco Murray duplicate or surpass his incredible rushing numbers from last year.

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."

Cody Parkey
Parkey finished the year with just four field goal attempts because of a groin injury.

While Parkey missed the majority of the 2015 because of injury, he'll likely be back for the Eagles' OTA program to test out his worrisome groin. He had an excellent rookie year, making 88.9 percent of his field goal attempts, and his first three games of 2015 should be scratched because of the impact of his injury. However, if Parkey falters, fellow kicker Caleb Sturgis will likely try to pounce and win the job for himself after a solid 2015 campaign. It's a good situation for the Eagles, having two kickers they're confident in competing for one spot.

John DePalma
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Destiny Vaeao
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Wendell Smallwood
Eagles head coach Doug Pederson was impressed with Smallwood's first day of full-team OTAs, CSN Philly's Dave Zangaro reports.

According to other reports, Smallwood was worked in with the second-team offenses during Tuesday's workouts, but as Zangaro reports, Pederson was impressed with what he saw from the former West Virginia back. "He's a guy that I think can be explosive," Pederson said after practice. With the Eagles' running back-by-committee approach heading into 2016, Smallwood could push himself into the discussion for playing time with a strong showing this summer.

Jason Kelce
The Eagles are almost completely healthy for their Sunday game against Tennessee. Only quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone) will be red-lighted. All of his teammates should play.

Included are probables such as defensive end Brandon Bair (elbow), cornerback Brandon Boykin (hamstring), center Jason Kelce (thumb), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (calf/hamstring) and wideout Jeff Maehl (foot).

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Leodis McKelvin
McKelvin has been the most impressive Eagles cornerback throughout OTAs according to coach Doug Pederson, Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

McKelvin is a new addition to the Eagles' secondary after being released by the Bills in early-March, but it looks like the move could be beneficial in terms of McKelvin's IDP value as he's proven this offseason to possibly enter Week 1 as the team's top cornerback. Eric Rowe, a 2015 second-round pick, could also quickly develop into a solid candidate to start on the outside as well.

Marcus Smith
Eagles second-year linebacker and first-round pick Marcus Smith has declared that the hamstring injury he sustained in practice Thursday will have him sidelined for 2-3 weeks.

"I'm glad it wasn't anything major, but it's still something that keeps him out," defensive coordinator Bill Davis told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "It's disappointing, probably to him more than anybody. He was really taking some growth steps and coming along, and now he's got a setback."

Smith is targeting more playing time in 2015. He got into eight games as a rookie, but registered no tackles.

Denzel Rice
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Chris Maragos
Eagles rookie receiver Jordan Matthews is active for Sunday's game at the Giants after being listed as probable with a knee injury. Also suiting up for Philly are outside linebacker Trent Cole (hand), defensive tackle Beau Allen (shoulder), defensive end Brandon Bair (knee), tight end Trey Burton (back), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (ankle) and safety Chris Maragos.
Rodney McLeod
McLeod has signed a deal with the Eagles that is reportedly for five year and worth $37 million, CSN Philadelphia reports.

Per the report, $17 million of the safety's contract will be guaranteed, with McLeod now set to join the Eagles' secondary -- presumably replacing converted cornerback Walter Thurmond -- on the heels of a 2015 season in which he recorded 82 tackles and a pick for the Rams.

Jon Dorenbos
Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and long snapper Jon Dorenbos have been added to the Pro Bowl roster, the team announced Friday.

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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