|Offense||23rd||122.7 (11th)||215.1 (24th)|
|Defense||9th||86.0 (4th)||237.5 (17th)|
|53||Bradham, Nigel||OLB||6-2||241||9/4/1989||8||Florida State|
|79||Brooks, Brandon||G||6-5||335||8/19/1989||8||Miami (OH)|
|91||Cox, Fletcher||DT||6-4||310||12/13/1990||8||Mississippi State|
|21||Darby, Ronald||CB||5-11||193||1/2/1994||5||Florida State|
|77||Dillard, Andre||T||6-5||315||10/3/1995||R||Washington State|
|32||Douglas, Rasul||CB||6-2||209||8/29/1995||3||West Virginia|
|88||Goedert, Dallas||TE||6-5||256||1/3/1995||2||South Dakota State|
|54||Grugier-Hill, Kamu||OLB||6-2||230||5/16/1994||4||Eastern Illinois|
|74||Hall, Daeshon||DE||6-5||265||6/14/1995||3||Texas A&M|
|16||Hollins, Mack||WR||6-4||221||9/16/1993||3||North Carolina|
|39||James, Craig||DB||5-10||195||4/29/1996||1||Southern Illinois|
|17||Jeffery, Alshon||WR||6-3||218||2/14/1990||8||South Carolina|
|27||Jenkins, Malcolm||SS||6-0||204||12/20/1987||11||Ohio State|
|93||Jernigan, Timmy||DT||6-2||295||9/24/1992||6||Florida State|
|1||Johnston, Cameron||P||5-11||194||2/24/1992||2||Ohio State|
|45||Lovato, Rick||LS||6-2||249||9/9/1992||3||Old Dominion|
|18||McCown, Josh||QB||6-4||218||7/4/1979||17||Sam Houston State|
|51||Miller, Shareef||DE||6-4||254||3/14/1997||R||Penn State|
|26||Sanders, Miles||RB||5-11||211||5/1/1997||R||Penn State|
|35||Scott, Boston||RB||5-6||203||4/27/1995||1||Louisiana Tech|
|73||Seumalo, Isaac||G||6-4||303||10/29/1993||4||Oregon State|
|49||Singleton, Alex||LB||6-2||240||12/7/1993||1||Montana State|
|94||Sweat, Josh||DE||6-5||251||3/29/1997||2||Florida State|
|11||Wentz, Carson||QB||6-5||237||12/30/1992||4||North Dakota State|
|38||Bouka, Elie (IR)||DB||6-1||205||8/15/1992||2||Calgary|
|30||Clement, Corey (IR)||RB||5-10||220||11/2/1994||3||Wisconsin|
|10||Jackson, DeSean (IR)||WR||5-10||175||12/1/1986||12||California|
|97||Jackson, Malik (IR)||DT||6-5||290||1/11/1990||8||Tennessee|
|84||Johnson, Charles D. (IR)||WR||6-2||215||2/27/1989||5||Grand Valley State|
|34||LeBlanc, Cre'von (IR)||CB||5-10||190||7/25/1994||4||Florida Atlantic|
|68||Mailata, Jordan (IR)||T||6-8||346||3/31/1997||2||No College|
|95||Ostman, Joe (IR)||DE||6-3||259||7/12/1995||1||Central Michigan|
|98||Ridgeway, Hassan (IR)||DT||6-3||305||11/2/1994||4||Texas|
|43||Sproles, Darren (IR)||RB||5-6||190||6/20/1983||15||Kansas State|
|Davis, Robert||WR||6-3||210||4/2/1995||2||Georgia State|
|90||Hector, Bruce||DT||6-2||296||10/7/1994||2||South Florida|
|Henderson Sr., De'Angelo||RB||5-7||208||11/24/1992||2||Coastal Carolina|
|78||Opeta, Sua||G||6-4||305||8/15/1996||R||Weber State|
The Eagles' No. 2 tight end has carved out a consistent role for himself, finding the end zone in three of the last four games and catching at least three passes in five straight. Goedert's production has remained steady even with Zach Ertz having a couple of huge performances in the last two weeks, which bodes well for the second-year player heading into Week 12's clash with a Seattle defense that has struggled to cover TEs all year.
The snap count was the 26-year-old's lowest since Week 1, as he had seen at least 31 every week in between. The recently-signed Jordan Matthews absorbed most of that playing time, but J.J. Arcega-Whiteside also played more. Hollins seems to have fallen down the depth chart despite DeSean Jackson (abdomen) being out for the season and Alshon Jeffery sitting with an ankle injury.
This news comes on the heels of a report stating LeBlanc's return was "on the horizon." Clearly, based on Doug Pederson's comments, the defensive back still needs more time. LeBlanc suffered a Lisfranc sprain back in July and has yet to play a game in 2019.
Maddox played 63 of the Eagles' 74 defensive snaps Sunday after seeing just 26 in his return from a four-game absence due to injury. He's up to 24 tackles (17 solo) and six pass breakups in six games this season.
Johnson struggled with a foot injury early in the preseason, and he finished the exhibition stretch with an ankle injury. Once he's healthy, he'll be free to sign with another team.
Ostman had logged an impressive training camp prior to suffering a torn left ACL, an injury that was reportedly sustained during a special teams drill. The second-year pro will now turn his attention toward getting fully healthy for 2020.
Darren Sproles (hip) is out for the season and Jordan Howard (shoulder) could be sidelined this weekend, leaving the Eagles searching for backfield depth. Henderson signed to Philadelphia's practice squad in mid-October after spending most of the offseason in Minnesota. Former-Eagle Jay Ajayi also has a workout with the team Friday.
With Alshon Jeffery (ankle) inactive, Agholor led all Eagles wide receivers in catches, yards and targets on the day, but that didn't amount to much as Carson Wentz sent more of his passes towards his tight ends, Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert. The fifth-year player has been largely invisible since Week 3, and even if Jeffery remains sidelined against Seattle next week, that won't necessarily lead to more production for Agholor.
Vaitai is expected to return to his role as Lane Johnson's backup at right tackle Sunday versus the Redskins.
The Stanford product played just 19 snaps with Alshon Jeffery (ankle) out, significantly fewer than the 64 Jordan Matthews saw, despite the latter having just been signed this week. Nevertheless, Arcega-Whiteside made his first catch since Week 3. With Jeffery on the mend, the rookie receiver doesn't stand to see his playing time increase in the near future.
Orndoff spent training camp with the Buccaneers but was unable to make it through final cuts. He will now look to make an impression with the Eagles. The jouneyman has yet to suit up for an NFL game in his career.
McCown has made a strong case for the Eagles' backup gig, with Nate Sudfeld (wrist) managing an injury, and appears to be in the lead ahead of Cody Kessler. The 40-year-old quarterback impressed during last Thursday's preseason contest against the Ravens, and it's possible that Philadelphia's coaching staff has already seen enough of McCown to be convinced he's back to usual form.
Gerry took Tom Brady down for the Eagles' only sack of the game late in the third quarter. The 24-year-old played all but one snap en route to his second-best tackle total of the season. He's recorded 38 tackles over his last five games and sacks in two of his last three.
Bouka spent the entire 2018 season on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury. He'll look to find a depth role elsewhere this offseason.
Grugier-Hill played 35 snaps on defense (49 percent) versus the Vikings in Week 6, and all signs point to his role increasing going forward. With Nigel Bradham (ankle) nursing an injury, it's possible that T.J. Edwards could also be called upon to slot into the starting lineup Sunday against Dallas.
Avery suited up in just two games for the Browns this year, playing five total defensive snaps and making one tackle. He was far more productive last year, averaging 43 defensive snaps per game en route to 40 tackles and 4.5 sacks. That experience could allow the Eagles to leverage Avery into a useful depth asset while also deploying him on special teams.
It was Jenkins' second-best game of the season in terms of tackle production, which stands to reason as he played all 74 of the Eagles' defensive snaps and a season-high 12 on special teams. He hasn't made many big plays this season, having made no interceptions while breaking up just three passes on the year.
Edwards has earned rave reviews around the team since signing as an undrafted free agent out of Wisconsin in the spring, and he's primed to see an expanded opportunity in Week 7 with Nigel Bradham (ankle) ruled out and Zach Brown released earlier in the week. Edwards saw 10 defensive snaps last Sunday against the Vikings -- his first real run of non-special teams work -- and recorded four solo tackles.
The catches, targets and yards were all team highs. Carson Wentz didn't have a lot of time in the pocket against the Pats' pass rush, particularly after right tackle Lane Johnson (head) left the game, and as a result Eagles' tight ends ended up hauling in 12 of Wentz's 20 completions as he had to get rid of the ball quickly. Ertz has now caught 18 passes on 22 targets for 197 yards and a TD over the last two games, and his hot streak could continue in Week 12 against a Seahawks defense that's struggled against TEs this season.
Darby's lingering hamstring injury has cause him to miss the previous three games. He's expected to increase his level of practice participation this week, and depending on how well he handles those practice reps, Darby could tentatively take the field against the Cowboys on Sunday. Jalen Mills (foot) also appears to be nearing a return.
Riley didn't play a snap on defense across four games with the Falcons this season. He'll need to develop consistency as a tackler to earn a substantial role with the Eagles, but a change of scenery could be what the 2017 third-round pick needs. At the very least, Riley should contribute on special teams in Philadelphia.
Although Howard practiced in a limited capacity all week, he was never cleared for contact following the stinger suffered Week 9 against the Bears. Miles Sanders thus is set to be the lead runner out of the Eagles' backfield, with Boston Scott and recent signee Jay Ajayi in reserve.
The transaction officially puts a bow on Sproles' 2019 campaign, and perhaps his time in the NFL as well. After back-to-back injury shortened seasons, Sproles mulled retirement for most of the spring before ultimately re-signing with Philadelphia on a one-year deal in July. Unfortunately, a quadriceps injury kept Sproles out for three games during the first half of the Eagles' schedule before he returned to action Week 9, only for the running back to suffer a full tear of his right hip flexor muscle during Wednesday's practice. In response to Sproles' latest injury, the Eagles signed Jay Ajayi to provide backfield depth behind Jordan Howard (shoulder), Miles Sanders and Boston Scott.
Hall suffered the injury during Thursday's preseason game, and had been a standout performer in the game. This injury comes at a bad time for Hall, considering he's battling for a roster spot. Per Kaye, the youngster will return to the lineup during the preseason at some point to compete with Shareef Miller, Kasim Edebali and Eli Harold.
Singleton failed to make the Eagles' season-opening roster but ended up on the practice squad, and he now receives the promotion to the 53-man roster heading into Week 7. The 25-year-old has yet to make his NFL debut but did spent some time in the CFL.
Jones has been a healthy scratch twice in the last three weeks. With a bye around the corner, Jones' next chance to take the field will come Week 11 versus the Patriots.
Jernigan was listed as questionable but will suit up as expected Sunday for the first time since Week 2. The 27-year-old should start and see a sizable workload at defensive tackle with Malik Jackson (foot) and Hassan Ridgeway (ankle) on injured reserve.
While Jackson is still eligible to rejoin the Eagles in the postseason, the move to IR officially spells an end to his regular season after he underwent core-muscle surgery Tuesday, two days after he tore his abdominal muscle off the bone in Sunday's win over the Bears. Jackson's two-touchdown outing in Week 1 proved to be the highlight of his abbreviated campaign, as he exited early due to the abdominal injury in both of his other two appearances. With Jackson sidelined again, the Eagles will need Mack Hollins or J.J. Arcega-Whiteside to step in as the No. 3 receiver behind starters Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor.
Graham and the Eagles' defensive front made it extremely difficult on Mitchell Trubisky, who completed less than 50 percent of his passes for just 125 yards and no scores. Graham now has six sacks through eight games, and his career-high of 9.5 is within reach.
Mailata's injury represents a hit to the Eagles' offensive line depth. His roster spot will be used to help fill the team's short-term need at wideout, with Greg Ward having been promoted from the practice squad to Philadelphia's 53-man roster.
Jeffery injured his ankle in a Week 9 win over the Bears and wasn't able to practice after a Week 10 bye. With DeSean Jackson (abdomen) already out for the season, Philadelphia is left with Nelson Agholor, Jordan Matthews, Mack Hollins and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside at wide receiver against a dominant New England secondary. There's also some doubt about the running game with Jordan Howard (shoulder) listed as questionable, but the Eagles at least have a formidable due at tight end in Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert.
Hector was promoted from the practice squad over the weekend the but was let go to make room for trade acquisition Genard Avery. Hector will be a practice squad candidate if he clears waivers.
Scott tied his season-high in carries but wasn't able to do much with them. He started alongside Miles Sanders, but both were contained by the Patriots. The 24-year-old also handled punt and kick returns for the Eagles. With Darren Sproles (quad) out for the season and Jordan Howard ailing, Scott could see a similar role Week 13 against Seattle, even with the team's recent addition of Jay Ajayi.
Green has done little to take hold of the starting punt returner job, tallying 16 yards on six runbacks with two fumbles (one lost) in preseason play. The giveaway against Washington may have been the proverbial last straw, as the proven Kenjon Barner is expected to return soon from an undisclosed injury that has held him out of Atlanta's past two exhibition games.
The fact that Perkins played Thursday is good news, as he left the practice field Tuesday due to an undisclosed injury. It certainly would've been an unfortunate time to go down with an injury, as the 26-year-old sits on the roster bubble as Philadelphia's fourth tight end and obviously needs to see the field to make his case.
Brooks is one of the best guards in the league, and the Eagles now have him under control through 2024. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Brooks is getting $54.2 million over the duration of the deal, with $30 million guaranteed, making him the league's highest-paid offensive guards.
Curry failed to register a tackle in two straight weeks, and he had just two stops through the first four games. He looked solid in limited action -- 18 defensive snaps -- with his first sack since Week 13 last year. Curry is just a reserve defensive end, so his IDP value is negligible.
Barnett exited during the second quarter due to an injury, but he didn't miss much time and still played 53 of 70 defensive snaps. The 23-year-old has 17 tackles (13 solo), three sacks and one forced fumble through Week 7.
Johnson was carted off the field during Sunday's loss to the Patriots and did not return. He'll need to fully clear the league's five-step protocol for head injuries before retaking the field, including meeting with an independent neurologist. If Johnson is forced to miss any time, expect Halapoulivaati Vaitai to slot in as the Eagles' starting right tackle.
Seumalo played in at least 13 games during each of the last two seasons, showcasing his versatility by playing at multiple positions on the offensive line. With Brandon Brooks rehabbing from an Achilles injury sustained during the playoffs, Seumalo could slot into the starting lineup to begin the 2019 season.
Elliott put a 42-yarder through the uprights to give the Eagles a 3-0 lead in the first quarter but wasn't called on again for three. The 24-year-old has just 13 field-goal attempts on the year and just three games with multiple tries.
Ward was waived by Philadelphia on Tuesday and now rejoins the team's practice squad. His brief stint on the active roster came with both Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson (abdomen) injured. With Jeffery now back to full health, the Eagles are looking to add depth to the secondary, which prompted Ward's release earlier in the week.
Davis was let go by the Redskins less than a week ago, and he'll stay in the division. The Eagles have five wide receivers on their active roster, so Davis could get a call up to the big stage if they run into injuries.
Mills spent the first six games of the season on the PUP list with a foot injury, and he wasted little time in recording his first interception of the year. The 25-year-old played over 90 percent of the defensive snaps Sunday and should continue to work in a starting role for the Eagles at cornerback.
The Eagles weren't having much success moving the ball early, but the offense really stagnated after right tackle Lane Johnson was knocked out of the game with a head injury, and Wentz ended up taking five sacks on the afternoon while posting a season low in completion percentage. The 26-year-old QB hasn't topped 240 passing yards or thrown multiple TDs in any of the last four games, and if Johnson's injury keeps him sidelined in Week 12, Wentz could be in for further struggles against the Seahawks.
The second-year pro finally got his first sack in the 14th game of his career. He still has little upside on this defense, though, as he hasn't surpassed a 35-percent snap share this season.
James, who previously resided on Philadelphia's practice squad, logged 11 special-teams snaps compared to one defensive snap for the Eagles in Week 2 against Atlanta. He figures to again serve as depth/special-teams player during Thursday's game against the Packers, but that could change quickly if an injury forces another cornerback to join starter Ronald Darby (hamstring) on the sidelines. Wide receiver Greg Ward was waived in a corresponding transaction.
The move comes one day after the Vikings plucked Andrew Sendejo off waivers from the Eagles, so the two clubs essentially exchanged safeties. Epps, a rookie sixth-round pick, played predominantly in a special-teams role with the Vikings. However, Sendejo leaves behind a steady workload in Philly, so Epps has the opportunity to compete with Rudy Ford for opportunities on defense.
Ford was limited in Wednesday's practice due to an Achilles issue and now looks back to full health. The special-teams asset will look to make an impact during Sunday's tilt against Washington.
Sudfeld practiced fully each day this week as he tries to make his way back from a wrist injury he sustained early in the preseason. It seems the 25-year-old is healthy, but the coaching staff will elect to go with Josh McCown as the primary backup behind Carson Wentz for Thursday's game.
Jackson already was expected to miss the rest of the season due to a Lisfranc injury, so his move to IR was just a matter of time. The 29-year-old joined Philadelphia this offseason on a three-year, $30 million deal after being let go by Jacksonville. Tim Jernigan and Hassan Ridgeway figure to see increased reps at defensive tackle in his absence.
Bradham has sat out the last six games due to this ankle issue. The Eagles didn't find a full-time replacement for the middle linebacker during his absence, instead opting for a rotation of T.J. Edwards, Duke Riley and Alex Singleton. Bradham's return will boost the team's run-stopping efforts going forward, so keep an eye on his practice status as the week progresses.
Despite being unable to connect much with Carson Wentz, Matthews saw the second-most targets among Eagles wide receivers behind only to Nelson Agholor's nine. Matthews also saw 64 snaps, twice what J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and Mack Hollins managed combined. With Alshon Jeffery (ankle) uncertain for Week 12 against the Seahawks, Matthews could see a similar workload for at least another game.
Ridgeway suffered a significant ankle injury during Sunday's loss to the Cowboys. In his absence, Albert Huggins and Anthony Rush -- neither of whom have played a snap this season -- stand to see increased roles on defense behind Fletcher Cox and Tim Jernigan (foot).
After racking up a career-high 10.5 sacks last season, Cox failed to record a sack over the first six games of 2019. He appears to be hitting his stride now, as Cox has 2.5 sacks over the last two contests. However, Cox's IDP value is still light with 2.9 tackles per game.
Neither offense had much success, but the Eagles' running game in particular struggled with Sanders in the No. 1 spot. Jordan Howard's timetable to recover from his shoulder injury remains unclear, but the newly re-signed Jay Ajayi could be a bigger factor in Week 12 after not seeing a touch in this one. If Sanders does get another start next week, though, the rookie could make an impact against a Seattle defense that's in the bottom five in the league in rushing TDs allowed.
Kelce missed Wednesday's practice session due to the birth of his daughter, according to Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal. The veteran center is on track for his usual start Sunday versus the Jets.
The former 2018 fourth-round pick became expendable after the team elected to role with Daniel Jones and Eli Manning at quarterback. Lauletta grew up in the Philadelphia area, so he'll get a chance to compete for a roster spot and impress the coaches of his hometown team.
Dillard left Sunday's game against the Lions with a knee injury after veteran Jason Peters (illness) needed to briefly leave the field. Considering Dillard was estimated to be a full practice participant, while Peters isn't even listed on the injury report, it seems both tackles should be good to go for Thursday's clash with the Packers.
Huggins spent the first half of the season on the Texans practice squad but will now head to Philadelphia as the team deals with a plethora of injuries on the defensive line. It's unlikely the Clemson product would see major reps his first week of the team, as he will likely serve as emergency depth until he gets more acclimated with the system.
McLeod was limited in practice to begin the week, and he now appears to have fully overcome his knee issue. Barring any setbacks, he's on track to play his usual starting role Sunday versus the Vikings.
Since being selected by the Eagles in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, Douglas has appeared in 30 games with 12 starts while operating in a reserve role. The 23-year old has flashed whenever called upon, and injuries to Philadelphia's cornerback room in 2018 gave Douglas the opportunity to lead the unit in interceptions (three) and snaps. With Ronald Darby (knee) and Jalen Mills (foot) both nursing injuries, Douglas could potentially earn a starting role if he puts together an impressive training camp.
After picking up at least 68 rushing attempts in each of his first two seasons, Clement had been relegated to a special teams role in Year 3 while Jordan Howard and Miles Sanders split running back duties. The Eagles promoted Boston Scott from their practice squad to fill Clement's spot.