|Offense||24th||102.0 (18th)||220.0 (23rd)|
|Defense||19th||58.5 (1st)||309.0 (28th)|
|26||Ajayi, Jay||RB||6-0||223||6/15/1993||4||Boise State|
|57||Alexander, D.J.||LB||6-2||233||9/30/1991||4||Oregon State|
|77||Bennett, Michael||DE||6-4||274||11/13/1985||10||Texas A&M|
|53||Bradham, Nigel||LB||6-2||241||9/4/1989||7||Florida State|
|79||Brooks, Brandon||G||6-5||335||8/19/1989||7||Miami (OH)|
|16||Carter, DeAndre||WR||5-8||190||4/10/1993||1||Sacramento State|
|91||Cox, Fletcher||DE||6-4||310||12/13/1990||7||Mississippi State|
|21||Darby, Ronald||CB||5-11||193||1/2/1994||4||Florida State|
|32||Douglas, Rasul||CB||6-2||209||8/29/1994||2||West Virginia|
|18||Gibson, Shelton||WR||5-11||191||3/20/1994||2||West Virginia|
|88||Goedert, Dallas||TE||6-5||256||1/3/1995||R||South Dakota State|
|24||Graham, Corey||DB||6-0||196||7/25/1985||12||New Hampshire|
|54||Grugier-Hill, Kamu||LB||6-2||230||5/16/1994||3||Eastern Illinois|
|36||Hall, Deiondre'||DB||6-2||206||5/31/1994||3||Northern Iowa|
|98||Hector, Bruce||DT||6-2||296||10/7/1994||R||South Florida|
|17||Jeffery, Alshon||WR||6-3||218||2/14/1990||7||South Carolina|
|27||Jenkins, Malcolm||DB||6-0||204||12/20/1987||10||Ohio State|
|93||Jernigan, Timmy||DT||6-2||295||9/24/1992||5||Florida State|
|1||Johnston, Cameron||P||5-11||194||2/24/1992||1||Ohio State|
|45||Lovato, Rick||LS||6-2||249||9/9/1992||2||Old Dominion|
|68||Mailata, Jordan||T||6-8||346||3/31/1997||R||No College|
|73||Seumalo, Isaac||G||6-4||303||10/29/1993||3||Oregon State|
|28||Smallwood, Wendell||RB||5-10||208||1/20/1994||3||West Virginia|
|43||Sproles, Darren||RB||5-6||190||6/20/1983||14||Kansas State|
|75||Sweat, Josh||DE||6-5||251||3/29/1997||R||Florida State|
|97||Vaeao, Destiny||DT||6-4||299||1/15/1994||3||Washington State|
|14||Wallace, Mike||WR||6-0||200||8/1/1986||10||Ole Miss|
|11||Wentz, Carson||QB||6-5||237||12/30/1992||3||North Dakota State|
|61||Wisniewski, Stefen||C||6-3||305||3/22/1989||8||Penn State|
|38||Bouka, Elie (IR)||DB||6-1||205||8/15/1992||2||Calgary|
|10||Hollins, Mack (IR)||WR||6-4||221||9/16/1993||2||North Carolina|
|35||Killings, D.J. (IR)||DB||6-0||185||8/9/1995||1||UCF|
|82||Rodgers, Richard (IR)||TE||6-4||257||1/22/1992||5||California|
|74||Weathersby, Toby (IR)||T||6-6||308||9/19/1996||R||LSU|
|50||Worrilow, Paul (IR)||LB||6-0||230||5/1/1990||6||Delaware|
|33||Adams, Josh||RB||6-2||225||10/29/1996||R||Notre Dame|
|Miller, Braxton||WR||6-1||205||11/30/1992||3||Ohio State|
|95||Ostman, Joe||DE||6-3||259||7/12/1995||R||Central Michigan|
|39||Sullivan, Chandon||DB||5-11||195||8/7/1996||R||Georgia State|
Although he was reportedly to see more playing time as the Eagles utilized more two tight end sets with Alshon Jeffery (shoulder) out, Goedert was only on the field for 24 percent of the offensive plays in the win. The Eagles' 2018 first-round pick made some rookie mistakes in the contest, failing to get both feet in on a potential touchdown in the first half and later deflecting his final target to a defender for a fourth-quarter interception. Nevertheless, the South Dakota State product still has immense potential and instantly becomes an intriguing play should anything happen to Zach Ertz over the course of the season.
Plagued by a groin injury for most of the preseason, Hollins was given a reprieve from attempting to play too early when he was placed on IR on Thursday. Instead, he'll spend the next two months focusing on rehab with an eye toward suiting up later this season. The Eagles can only designate two players to return from injured reserve in a given campaign, so he'll be vying with teammates, most notably tight end Richard Rodgers (knee), to make his case for activation.
Alexander was waived by the Seahawks as part of the team's final roster cutdowns this past weekend. Now in Philadelphia, the linebacker will presumably replace Joe Walker as the primary backup to middle linebacker Jordan Hicks.
Jeffery's recovery from surgery to repair a torn right rotator cuff has extended into the season, but Wallace's situation only came to light Sunday, when he limped off the field in the first quarter. Even if Jeffery gains his long-awaited clearance to play Sunday versus the Colts, Agholor is poised to lead a wide receiver corps that currently includes DeAndre Carter, Shelton Gibson and Kamar Aiken. Agholor has opened the season playing 140 of the Eagles' 151 offensive snaps, which he's turned into 16 catches for 121 yards and one touchdown on 22 targets.
Vaitai is expected to return to his role as Lane Johnson's backup at right tackle Sunday versus the Redskins.
Long sacked Matt Ryan and forced a fumble that would kill a fourth-quarter Atlanta drive while the Falcons led by two. The 33-year-old had another sack called back by a Derek Barnett penalty. The Virginia product played 39 snaps -- the least of the core defensive lineman -- but just seven fewer than the night's pacesetter, Fletcher Cox. The Eagles have an inviting matchup with the Buccaneers at home in Week 2.
Gerry, a fifth-round pick of the Eagles back in April who landed on the practice squad after being waived at final roster cuts during training camp, will take the 53-man roster spot of Chris Maragos (knee), who was placed on injured reserve. A safety in college, Gerry converted to linebacker in camp and will continue to practice at that position upon joining the roster. However, if Gerry suits up on game days, it's likely that he'll see most of his snaps on special teams rather than defense.
Bouka joined the Cardinals as a rookie free agent prior to the 2016 season but has battled injuries over the last two seasons. A change of scenery could prove beneficial for the University of Calgary product.
Grugier-Hill got the start and all the meaningful snaps as the Eagles' weakside linebacker. The former special-teams player has made plays and been around the ball constantly in camp, racking up 13 tackles in three preseason games so far. Even if he doesn't lock down the starting WILL role, the Eastern Illinois product looks like he'll be part of the mix.
Miller, a 2016 third-round pick, transitioned from star quarterback at Ohio State to wide receiver in the NFL. He was released by the Texans during final cuts last week. Although he has not produced much at the NFL level, he will now get a chance to earn a role with the Eagles.
Jenkins underwent surgery on one of his thumbs in March, but the procedure was never expected to keep him sidelined for long. The veteran safety will open training camp as the leader of the Eagles secondary after averaging 84 tackles and 10 pass breakups in his four seasons since arriving in Philadelphia.
Foles was always considered a placeholder anyway while Wentz worked his way back from a torn ACL he sustained last December. The Super Bowl LII MVP completed roughly 66 percent of his passes in his two starts and was the serviceable option Philadelphia knew he would be, but Foles no longer has any fantasy appeal unless Wentz suffers some kind of setback down the road.
Bennett was added to the injury report Tuesday with a knee issue, but he doesn't appear to be in any danger of missing the opener against Atlanta. The veteran defensive end figures to rotate in for the Eagles this season after totaling 8.5 sacks and 40 tackles (25 solo) last season.
As expected, Ertz saw no shortage of volume in the Eagles' second straight game to open the season without Alshon Jeffery (shoulder), and with Mike Wallace exiting early with an ankle injury. The prolific tight end led the Eagles in receptions, receiving yards and targets, and he's now logged a whopping 23 looks through two games. Ertz will potentially have a chance to reestablish his strong connection with Carson Wentz (knee) in a Week 3 battle against the Colts, if the latter is reportedly ready to return to action in that contest as expected.
Darby intercepted a deep Ryan Fitzpatrick pass to O.J. Howard with seconds remaining in the first quarter and returned it 16 yards. Again charged with covering an elite receiver in Mike Evans, the 24-year-old racked up the tackles in an effort to contain the wideout. He should be a top cornerback play in his Week 3 matchup with Indianapolis.
Carter was waived in order to create a roster spot for Josh Adams, who was signed from the practice squad to the active roster this week. The move is still a curious one, however, as the Eagles now have just three healthy wide receivers rostered after waiving Carter. The wideout caught just one ball for 10 yards across the first two games of the season.
A limited practice participant to start the week, Sproles was held out entirely Thursday and Friday. Jay Ajayi and Corey Clement are both candidates to take on some of the vacated snaps, with the latter a better bet to replace Sproles in clear passing situations. Clement handled the passing-down role during Philadelphia's playoff run last season, highlighted by a 4-100-1 receiving line in the Super Bowl.
An undrafted rookie out of Notre Dame, Adams made a strong case for a roster spot in the preseason after gathering 90 yards on 23 carries, but the Eagles' ample backfield depth resulted in him falling on the wrong side of the cut. After going unclaimed off waivers, Adams earned a spot on the Eagles' practice squad, and will now make his way to the active roster with Darren Sproles (hamstring) uncertain to be ready for the team's Week 3 matchup with the Colts. Even if Adams is able to avoid the inactive list in Week 3, he'll likely have a tough time finding snaps on offense behind Jay Ajayi and Corey Clement.
Jones ran with the first team in the contest and has emerged as the lead candidate for the nickel cornerback job, ahead of rookie Avonte Maddox. That all of the 22-year-old's snaps came in the nickel package further indicates the role for which the Eagles are grooming him. While the former second-round pick is more suited to work on the outside, Ronald Darby and Jalen Mills have locked up starting jobs there for now.
The wideout won't be placed on IR, pending additional testing, but that potential outcome has not been ruled out. In any case, Wallace is out indefinitely, and with Alshon Jeffery (shoulder) still week-to-week, it's pretty clear that the Eagles need to bolster their depth at wide receiver.
Jernigan is slated to miss at least the first six games of the regular season while residing on the NFI list. Haloti Ngata figures to see additional reps at defensive tackle next to Fletcher Cox during Jernigan's absence.
Reynolds landed on injured reserve to start the season and recently returned to practice in preparation for Week 7. He could return to action for Sunday's game against Carolina, where he will once again primarily serve a special teams role.
The Eagles have remained cautious with Graham's transition back onto the field. With the big picture in mind, Graham's long-term availability takes precedent over short-term practice reps. As Week 1 approaches, it's still unclear whether Graham will be in uniform. Fortunately, we should have an idea of his status following this week's practice.
Wisniewski suffered the ankle injury during Super Bowl LII in February, but he's played 36 offensive snaps over the Eagles' first two preseason games. The 29-year-old should continue to serve as Philadelphia's starting left guard in 2018.
Jeffery was able to practice in a limited fashion last week, but by being dubbed week-to-week, it appears as though a Week 3 return might not be in cards for the wideout. Meanwhile, Mike Wallace is sidelined indefinitely with a fractured fibula, so if Jeffery remains out Sunday against the Colts, QB Carson Wentz will be throwing to a depleted pass-catching unit in his first start of the season.
Hall received the one-game suspension in August for violating the league's substance abuse policy, but he can return after Thursday's season opener. The Eagles acquired the 24-year-old last week from the Bears, and he will likely serve as a depth defensive back and special teams contributor for his new team.
Perkins suffered a head injury during the Eagles' second preseason contest. As with most players, Philadelphia remained relatively mum regarding his status and subsequent progression. Without his name in the report, it's expected that Perkins will be available as depth tight end for Thursday's season opener.
Brooks has quickly established himself as one of the top interior linemen across the league for his on-field production. However, it now appears he's helping the Eagles outside of the trenches as well. By restructuring his current deal, Brooks has allowed the Eagles to convert some of $8.75 million base salary into bonuses which will subsequently free up some cap space for Philadelphia.
After spending 2017 on Atlanta's practice squad, Davis failed to progress to the active roster in his second year out of Georgia. Davis' otherworldly speed could make him an asset on special teams elsewhere, but he struggled mightily as a receiver during the preseason, hauling in just three of 11 targets and dropping multiple passes in the Falcons' final exhibition game against Miami on Thursday.
Rodgers has been dealing with the knee injury since the team's second preseason game against the Patriots and was last seen a few days ago wearing a knee brace after the preseason finale. If healthy, Rodgers would have likely served as the Eagles' No. 3 tight end this season, so the team can afford to leave him on injured reserve this season. Rookie Dallas Goedert is now comfortably slotted as Philly's No. 2 tight end.
Ngata was named as the starter after Timmy Jernigan (lower back) was placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list. He isn't a viable IDP asset at this time, however, as Ngata hasn't topped 32 tackles since the 2013 season and doesn't carry much of a pass rush.
Gibson was listed as questionable coming into the contest, but he'll suit up and serve as the No. 4 receiver versus Tampa on Sunday behind the top trio of Nelson Agholor, Mike Wallace and DeAndre Carter, and he'll serve as the primary kick returner.
Barnett missed two of the Eagles' last four games of 2017 due to the injury that prompted offseason surgery. However, this procedure will reportedly make Barnett's groin area stronger than it was previously, which bodes well for his ability to stay healthy this upcoming season. With Brandon Graham (ankle) and Michael Bennett locked into the starting lineup, Barnett is expected to serve in a rotational role.
Johnson will now make $4.98 million next season, as opposed to the $12.48 million he was scheduled to make. The Eagles were expected to be $9.8 over the salary cap before the move, so the restructured deal will go a long way in helping out the Eagles.
Aiken just re-signed with the Eagles this week with Alshon Jeffery (shoulder) set to miss another game and caught the first pass of the game from Nick Foles for a three-yard gain. The 29-year-old would see more action after Mike Wallace left the first quarter with an ankle injury. If Jeffery and Wallace are forced to miss more time, Aiken might be in line for more work against the Colts in Week 3.
Elliott hit the right upright on a 42-yard kick that would have pulled the Eagles to within ten points at the half. The Memphis product wasn't the only kicker who struggled on Sunday as it seemed to spread like an epidemic around the league. On the bright side, he should start to see more opportunities once Carson Wentz (knee) returns, possibly as soon as Week 3's home tilt with the Colts.
Killings cleared waivers and reverted to injured reserve after being waived/injured with an undisclosed injury. The 23-year-old can sign with another team if healthy.
Just under two months after signing with the Eagles, Worrilow suffered a torn ACL during OTAs, ending his season before it even began. The linebacker looked on track to play a meaningful role for Philadelphia in 2018 after registering 30 tackles in 13 games (eight starts) for the Lions the season prior, but it's now conceivable that the 28-year-old never ends up logging a snap during his time with the Eagles. Worrilow is on a one-year deal with the team, so he'll become a free agent again next offseason.
Lovato has big shoes to fill, as he takes over for the Eagles' longest-tenured player. An injury to the veteran long snapper in the latter portion of the 2016 season opened up the opportunity for Lovato, an undrafted free agent in 2015. The Old Dominion product was working for his father's sub shop when he got the call to work out for the Eagles. He will now look to make his fourth NFL stop stick.
Mills had a hard time covering Browns receiver Jarvis Landry at times, but the cornerback's mere availability is significant after Mills missed practice time earlier in the week due to an undisclosed injury. With Philly's starters not expected to play in the preseason finale, Mills' next appearance likely won't come until the Eagles take on the Falcons in the regular-season opener.
The return of Wentz should provide the 1-1 Eagles with a nice boost, but in his return to game action he'll be throwing to a depleted wideout corps that has yet to welcome Alshon Jeffery back from shoulder surgery and is now without Mike Wallace (ankle) indefinitely.
Sweat limped off the field during Thursday's practice, but his return Sunday suggests the fourth-round rookie didn't sustain a severe injury. Sweat is competing for a rotational role at defensive end. Given the depth Philadelphia has at the position, he's likely facing an uphill battle for playing time in 2018.
Hicks has continued to put any worries about the ruptured Achilles that ended his 2017 season to rest. He's returned to his role as an every-down linebacker and shows no signs of slowing down. He'll aim to continue to stack strong performances as the Eagles host the Colts in Week 3.
With Carson Wentz (knee) already ruled out and Nick Foles (neck) unlikely to play, the Eagles will be down to Sudfeld and Joe Callahan under center for the exhibition opener. Sudfeld is expected to stick around on the 53-man roster this season as the No. 3 quarterback, while Callahan needs a major injury ahead of him to have a shot at making the team. It's unclear how playing time will be divided between the two quarterbacks.
The Eagles' decision to promote running back Josh Adams from their practice squad earlier Tuesday hinted at some possible concern about Ajayi's health, and Groh's comments only further reinforce that notion. Ajayi will likely receive treatment over the next few days as he looks to move past the issue, but he may need to practice in some capacity between Wednesday and Friday to bolster his odds of suiting up this weekend. In addition to Ajayi, Darren Sproles' (hamstring) status is also uncertain, potentially opening the door for Corey Clement to handle a sizable role out of the backfield in Week 3.
Graham returns to the Eagles after playing a key role in the team's 2017 Super Bowl run as a depth option in the secondary. The 33-year-old is once again expected to serve as a backup option at safety behind starters Rodney McLeod and Malcolm Jenkins.
Bradham received a one-game suspension for undisclosed reasons back in June, and he can return to the Eagles after sitting out Thursday's season opener. Linebackers Kamu Grugier-Hill and Nate Gerry both saw less than 30 defensive snaps Thursday, as veteran safety Corey Graham saw an expanded role in Bradham's absence. The 29-year-old signed a five-year, $40 million contract with Philadelphia back in March, and he should be a significant contributor alongside middle linebacker Jordan Hicks.
Cox now has 2.5 sacks on the season and is well on his way to improving upon the 6.0 sacks he's averaged over the past two years. His success through two weeks has been even more impressive considering the schemes teams have deployed to slow him down. Looking ahead, Cox and the Eagles will look to notch a second win as they host the Colts in Week 3.
Peters strained his quadriceps in practice this week, and reportedly exacerbated the injury on the third play of Sunday's game. The veteran lineman will spend the week attempting to get healthy, but it remains to be seen whether Peters will recover in time to suit up against the Colts next Sunday.
Vaeao missed five early-season games with a wrist injury and otherwise served as a reserve defensive tackle. The 24-year-old is entering the final year of his rookie contract and could be due for a slightly increased role in 2018 with fellow reserve defensive tackle Beau Allen slated to hit free agency.
Smallwood split the rushing duties with Corey Clement while Jay Ajayi missed most of the first half with a back issue. Clement got the goal-line and passing-down work, however, and ended up with a much more impressive line as a result. The third-year pro would likely be ticketed for a similar role Week 3 only in the event Ajayi and Darren Sproles (hamstring) both are inactive against the Colts.
Kelce sat out Wednesday's session with a knee injury, but his full participation Thursday indicates that he is trending towards playing in Week 4's matchup against the Chargers.
Hester left last week's loss to the Cowboys after sustaining an ankle injury, and will now miss Monday's game as well. Look for Eddie Vanderdoes to see an increased role on the defensive line as a result of his absence.
Maragos will now miss at least the first six weeks of the season as he continues to ease back from the torn PCL in his right knee that prematurely ended his 2017 campaign. Rodney McLeod is slated to start at free safety next to SS Malcolm Jenkins.
The tackle total was a career-low for the five year veteran, and it being the first time he failed to play all 16 games in a season doesn't fully explain the fall-off in production. The 27-year-old came on strong to finish the year at least, as he logged six or more tackles in four of his five final games (including the playoffs) after having made more than four tackles only once in the season's first 14 weeks. He will be back with the Eagles in 2018 and will remain a low-end IDP option.
Weathersby was originally waived-injured by the Eagles on Saturday, but the undrafted offensive lineman went unclaimed.
Clement saw nine of his touches while Jay Ajayi nursed a back injury in the first half, though the second-year pro split 10 carries evenly with Wendell Smallwood over that time. The 23-year-old racked up 59 total yards and burst through a wide-open hole for a 15-yard touchdown to tie the game at seven in the second quarter. The 2017 undrafted free agent probably won't be in line for such a large workload Week 3 against the Colts unless both Ajayi and Darren Sproles (hamstring) are unable to go.