|Offense||5th||82.5 (21st)||298.5 (3rd)|
|Defense||11th||88.0 (14th)||216.0 (16th)|
|13||Agholor, Nelson||WR||6-0||198||5/24/1993||3||Southern California|
|53||Bradham, Nigel||OLB||6-2||241||9/4/1989||6||Florida State|
|79||Brooks, Brandon||G||6-5||335||8/19/1989||6||Miami (Ohio)|
|91||Cox, Fletcher||DT||6-4||310||12/13/1990||6||Mississippi State|
|41||Darby, Ronald||CB||5-11||193||1/2/1994||3||Florida State|
|32||Douglas, Rasul||CB||6-2||209||8/29/1995||R||West Virginia|
|Elston, Trae||DB||6-0||190||2/16/1994||1||Ole Miss|
|18||Gibson, Shelton||WR||5-11||191||3/20/1995||R||West Virginia|
|52||Goode, Najee||LB||6-0||244||6/4/1989||6||West Virginia|
|24||Graham, Corey||DB||6-0||196||7/25/1985||11||New Hampshire|
|54||Grugier-Hill, Kamu||OLB||6-2||220||5/16/1994||2||Eastern Illinois|
|10||Hollins, Mack||WR||6-4||221||9/16/1993||R||North Carolina|
|17||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|
|93||Jernigan, Timmy||DT||6-2||295||9/24/1992||4||Florida State|
|45||Lovato, Rick||LS||6-2||249||9/9/1992||1||Old Dominion|
|21||Robinson, Patrick||DB||5-11||191||9/7/1987||8||Florida State|
|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|
|43||Sproles, Darren||RB||5-6||190||6/20/1983||13||Kansas State|
|97||Vaeao, Destiny||DT||6-4||299||1/15/1994||2||Washington State|
|11||Wentz, Carson||QB||6-5||237||12/30/1992||2||North Dakota State|
|61||Wisniewski, Stefen||G||6-3||305||3/22/1989||7||Penn State|
|Evans, Jerod (IR)||QB||6-3||232||1/16/1994||R||Virginia Tech|
|36||Goforth, Randall (IR)||DB||5-10||190||1/27/1994||R||UCLA|
|34||Pumphrey, DJ (IR)||RB||5-9||176||12/6/1994||R||San Diego State|
|61||Shittu, Aziz (IR)||DE||6-2||288||7/27/1994||1||Stanford|
|6||Sturgis, Caleb (IR)||K||5-9||192||8/9/1989||5||Florida|
|49||Sullivan, Tre (IR)||DB||6-0||200||12/21/1994||R||Shepherd|
|Walker, Charles (IR)||DT||6-2||297||//||R||Oklahoma|
|7||Williams, Dom (IR)||WR||6-2||200||12/11/1992||1||Washington State|
|68||Andrews, Josh||G||6-2||311||6/21/1991||3||Oregon State|
|Bausby, DeVante||CB||6-2||190||1/15/1993||2||Pittsburg State|
|Hamilton, Justin||DT||6-2||315||7/27/1993||2||UL Lafayette|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
After seeing only five offensive snaps in the season opener, Hollins was on the field for 17 plays in this one and saw as many targets as Nelson Agholor. The rookie is still a distant fourth on the Eagles' WR depth chart, but he showed a glimpse of his potential Sunday. Hollins could be a big factor for Philadelphia if any of Agholor, Alshon Jeffery or Torrey Smith get hurt.
Treggs was a starter in the preseason finale and finished as the most productive Eagles receiver on the night, catching four passes for 41 yards. However, it seems Philadelphia is more intrigued by the prospects of fellow youngsters Mack Hollins and Shelton Gibson. Treggs is still a candidate for the practice squad, though.
While he didn't see as much work as in the opener, he still managed to find the end-zone. Yet with Carson Wentz attempting 46 passes on the day, the third-year receiver's fantasy owners have to be a little disappointed with the output. Perhaps of more concern is that rookie Mack Hollins saw an equal number of targets and connected on all three.
Vaitai is expected to return to his role as Lane Johnson's backup at right tackle Sunday versus the Redskins.
Although he played in 15 games last season, the sack was the 26-year-old's first since the 2015 season. Kendricks had a relatively light workload, as he saw just 20 snaps (38%) in the contest. However, he made the most of his time on the field and will look to carry that momentum into Sunday's game against the Giants.
Sturgis has been given a timetable of four weeks after suffering the injury in his plant leg. With the open roster spot, the team will sign Jake Elliott off of the Bengals' practice squad to fill in for Sturgis in his absence.
Long is fresh off of a Super Bowl win with the Patriots and will bring a veteran presence to Philadelphia's defensive front. He recorded 35 combined tackles, four sacks and one forced fumble in 16 games last season. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Long's deal is two years in length, so he will need to show he can still make plays at the age of 32 if he wishes to secure a long-term future with the Eagles beyond the next two seasons.
The 2017 fifth-round pick recorded four tackles in three preseason games but was unable to earn a special teams role with the Eagles.
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.
Foles has been recovering for over a month now, but he's set to back up Carson Wentz against the Redskins on Sunday.
Allen tore his pectoral muscle during the offseason and has spent training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list as a result. Expect the Eagles to ease the 25-year-old back into the swing of things in order to avoid aggravating the injury. Allen projects as a rotational tackle on the defensive line.
Ertz led the team in receiving yardage on the day, thanks in large part to a fortuitous 53-yard reception, and he finished second in targets. He has failed to reach the end zone through two weeks, but he has still produced a tremendous 190 yards receiving while hauling in 13 catches. Ertz and Carson Wentz established an excellent rapport late last season and that clearly looks to have carried over into 2017. He will look to continue a successful start to the season next week against the Giants.
This is pretty good news for Darby after he was carted off the field during Sunday's game against the Redskins, as there is no major ligament damage. With the defensive back out for at least four games, look for Patrick Robinson and Jaylen Watkins to fill in at cornerback opposite of Jalen Mills.
Williams was waived/injury in early May and reverted to IR after clearing waivers. While the severity of his Achilles injury isn't clear, he could be out for a while if it's anything remotely serious.
Sproles led the team in rushes as LaGarette Blount went without a single tote, finishing with a respectable average of 4.8 yards per carry. He was also the most targeted Eagles runner and chipped in nicely with gains of 16 and 14 yards through the air. The backfield pecking order is extremely murky at the moment, but Sproles seems secure in his role as the team's top receiving option among the bunch. If the veteran continues to receive additional carries next week against the Giants, he could begin to carve out a nice fantasy niche.
Jones, on the mend from a March injury to his Achilles, is eligible to practice between Week 6 and 8. Then, he has a three-week window to be activated or he'll finish the season on injured reserve.
Jernigan is now clear to clog the lanes with Fletcher Cox on Philly's defensive front. He spent his last three seasons with Baltimore, racking up a combined 91 tackles and 13 sacks. The Redskins will have their hands full with Jernigan and Cox imposing their pass rushes simultaneously.
Andrews underwent surgery on this hand just a few weeks earlier, and now he's expected to return to a reserve role against the Redskins on Sunday.
Watkins was injured when filling in for starter Rodney McLeod (hamstring) in Week 2 and did not practice this week. McLeod is listed as questionable, so the Eagles could potentially be without their top two free safeties, which would likely see Chris Maragos get a major increase in playing time against the Giants on Sunday.
The Eagles' deep defensive line came up huge to begin the season, with Graham leading the way. He also led the line in snaps, playing 43 of 63, tied with Fletcher Cox. Graham continues to be one of the top DLs in the game and will try and keep the momentum going next week against the Chiefs at home.
Jeffery struggled to connect with Carson Wentz at the beginning of the game, but the duo established a strong rapport as the game moved on, including a 16-yard touchdown connection late in the third quarter. The rangy wideout wound up leading the team in targets and catches while finishing second in yardage. Jeffery got off to an inauspicious start to his career as an Eagle, but he came through this time around and should be one of the most heavily-targeted options on a weekly basis. He will look to overcome a difficult matchup with the Giants in Week 3.
While it would be better if Smith had gotten sick earlier in the week, he should still have enough time to recover for Sunday's game. The Giants may be without top cornerback Janoris Jenkins (ankle), who likely will spend most of his time covering Alshon Jeffery if he's able to play. Assuming his own health checks out, it's as good of a week as any for Smith to sneak behind the defense for one of the long gains on which he's always made his living. He's accounted for just 13 percent of the Eagles' targets through two weeks.
Marshall failed the make the 53-man roster, as the Eagles opted instead to keep rookies Donnel Pumphrey and Corey Clement as the depth backs. The second-year back now will spend the season on practice squad but could be activated if injuries arise.
The 2017 sixth-round pick was projected to be picked earlier, but he put on extra weight and seems to lack the consistency needed to be a starter in the league. Although Qualls is cleared to play Sunday, he's not expected to see much time
Brooks wasn't expected to miss any games, but his official return to full participation means he'll be positioned at starting right guard Sunday.
After opening up OTAs last week with first-team reps at right defensive end, Curry is not with the team to start this week's workouts. The illness, however, is likely not severe, and the defensive should return to work with the team in the coming days. The six-year NFL veteran is coming off a 2016 campaign where he battled a knee injury but still managed to post a career-high 26 tackles.
The 2017 fifth-round pick will have the inactive tag for the second time in as many weeks to open the season. Gibson has a ways to go to shed the label, as he currently sits sixth on the Eagles' wide receiver depth chart.
The 2017 first-round pick has been held out mainly for precautionary reasons. Barnett is still marked behind proven defensive ends Vinny Curry and Brandon Graham in the depth chart, so he'll have to earn every snap he gets.
McDougle, a former 2014 third-round pick, should provide Philadelphia with some added support for their secondary. While it's unlikely he'll start, McDougle has the chance to earn some run with the first team defense as a nickel if he stays healthy.
He was successful from 34 and 40 yards, but hooked one wide left at the end of the first half after Andy Reid called timeout to ice the rookie kicker. The Memphis product will keep getting chances until Caleb Sturgis can return from injury.
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.
Given that the second-year pro played poorly in 2016 and that he was starting opposite Ronald Darby, it's no surprise that the Redskins tried to pick on him. While being targeted by an opposing offense is good for his IDP-league production, that trend may not last long if Mills continues to have productive games like Sunday.
Wentz spread the ball around to nine different receivers in this one, completing touchdown passes to Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor. He also led the team in rushing, ripping off big chunks including a team-high 24-yard gain. Wentz only turned the ball over once, but it was rather costly, setting up the hosts' go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter. The second-year pro has generated big time yardage totals trough the first two weeks, but he has also turned the ball over three times and will need to work on this aspect of his game ahead of next week's matchup with the Giants.
Blount saw just six offensive snaps in the contest, far fewer than Darren Sproles (50) and even Wendell Smallwood (14). Head coach Doug Pederson claimed his team found it difficult to run the ball with seven or eight men frequently in the box and also in a lot of passing situations for which the other backs were more suited. The plan coming into the game was also a factor, as the Eagles wanted to attack the Chiefs' man coverage down the field. Nevertheless, Pederson reiterated his confidence in Blount and that the burly back still has a role with the team. Despite the vote of confidence, it'll be hard to trust the 31-year-old running back until Philadelphia commits to its running game more consistently.
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 injured his groin in mid-August, but the team was always optimistic he would be ready for the start of the season. Barring any setbacks, he is seemingly on track to start at middle linebacker for Sunday's game against he Redskins.
Evans signed with Philadelphia as an undrafted free agent this offseason but quickly landed on IR after injuring his foot. However, after reaching an injury settlement Monday, he'll now head back to the free-agent market.
A 2017 fourth-round pick, Pumphrey built some hype during offseason practices but failed to impress during training camp and the preseason. He was inactive for Week 1 and then tore his hamstring during a Week 2 practice, which conveniently allowed the Eagles to stash him on injured reserve. Even if he's healthy enough to eventually return, Pumphrey likely will be kept on IR for the rest of the season, with eyes toward earning a role in 2018. The Eagles seemingly drafted him as an eventual replacement for 34-year-old Darren Sproles, but the workout metrics and eye test both suggest Pumphrey simply isn't the same caliber of athlete.
Robinson missed nine games in 2016 due to a groin injury and finished the season with one of the worst stat lines of his career. Now healthy again, the 29-year-old is primed to open the 2017 campaign in a starting role.
With Zach Ertz and Carson Wentz's rapport evident since late last season, Celek is more of a blocking tight end for the Eagles at this point in his career. It is worth noting that the eight-year veteran saw more snaps and targets than Trey Burton, who had surpassed Celek as a receiving option last season. Nevertheless, Celek probably won't contribute much to fantasy teams this season.
Sudfeld was waived by the Redskins on Saturday as part of the team's final roster cuts. With Philadelphia currently having only Nick Foles on their roster to back up starter Carson Wentz, Sudfeld could potentially be promoted for depth purposes in case of injury to either quarterback.
The 2016 seventh-round pick missed all of his rookie season after tearing his ACL last August but looks to be fully healthy now. On Tuesday, he looked "explosive, violent, and stout at the point of attack" in drills and made some big plays. Known for his athleticism coming out of Oregon, Walker is someone to keep an eye on in IDP drafts this summer.
Graham did not practice this week after being a game-day decision Week 2. The Eagles situation at safety is a bit complicated with Graham and Jaylen Watkins (hamstring) already ruled out and Rodney McLeod (hamstring) questionable for Sunday's game.
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.
Cox's only tackle of Week 1 was also a sack, so the 26-year-old has been able to locate the quarterback early on this season. He saw a healthy snap count Sunday, as the starting defensive tackle was on the field for 44 snaps (83%) in the loss. He will seek to keep his sack streak alive when the team welcomes the Giants to town Sunday.
Like Week 1, Burton saw the field for just 14 plays on Sunday, three less than second-string tight end Brent Celek. Burton didn't get his catch until the last drive of the game, which set up an Eagles' touchdown that came too late to matter much in the grand scheme of things. With Celek and Zach Ertz ahead of him, it's hard to see Burton getting much action unless injuries strike the team.
Vaeao did not practice this week and has not played since sustaining the sustaining the injury in the season opener. There remains no timetable for the 23-year-old at this point, and rookie Elijah Qualls will likely see snaps as reserve defensive tackle against the Giants on Sunday in his absence.
From a ground-game perspective, this one was all about Darren Sproles, who saw offensive 50 snaps. Meanwhile, Smallwood received 14, roughly the same amount as he did in Week 1, but for the second straight week wasn't very effective with his touches. On the bright side, he more than doubled LeGarrette Blount's six snaps. Unless Sproles gets hurt, Smallwood likely won't be a huge factor in the offense.
The former practice squad player sits fifth on the Eagles' wide receiver depth chart, so his status isn't a surprise. Johnson is likely at least a couple of injuries away from his first taste of NFL regular-season game action.
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.
Early reports suggested McLeod wasn't expected to play, but a Friday return to practice at least gives him some chance. Coming off an 83-tackle, three-interception 2016 campaign, McLeod has been quiet from an IDP perspective this season, but his presence nonetheless looms large for a banged-up Philadelphia secondary.
Returning starter Jalen Mills and offseason acquisition Patrick Robinson started in the base package, with Mills moving inside in the nickel and Douglas replacing him outside. The rookie apparently acquitted himself well, and if he continues to do so, he could easily move into the starting lineup if Robinson continues his injury-prone ways or underwhelms as he has up to now. Douglas could also face competition from Ron Brooks (quad) and 2017 second-round pick Sidney Jones (Achilles) once they recover from their injuries, however.
It seemed doubtful the undrafted rookie would make the team, but thanks to an excellent preseason, Clement earned a spot with the club. He showed both power and a degree of elusiveness over the summer, so even though he is likely last in the pecking order, it will be interesting to see what he can do if he can work himself into some playing time this year.
Walker was waived by the Eagles, with the team needing to open up a roster spot for free agent addition LeGarrette Blount. If Walker goes unclaimed on waivers, he'll revert to injured reserve.