|Offense||14th||86.0 (22nd)||275.0 (12th)|
|Defense||22nd||42.5 (3rd)||340.0 (31st)|
|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)|
|52||Brown, Zach||ILB||6-1||250||10/23/1989||8||North Carolina|
|91||Cox, Fletcher||DT||6-4||310||12/13/1990||8||Mississippi State|
|37||Cyprien, Johnathan||DB||6-1||211||7/29/1990||7||Florida International|
|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|
|58||Fort, L.J.||LB||6-0||232||1/3/1990||5||Northern Iowa|
|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|
|68||Mailata, Jordan||T||6-8||346||3/31/1997||2||No College|
|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|
|73||Seumalo, Isaac||G||6-4||303||10/29/1993||4||Oregon State|
|43||Sproles, Darren||RB||5-6||190||6/20/1983||15||Kansas 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|
|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|
|95||Ostman, Joe (IR)||DE||6-3||259||7/12/1995||1||Central Michigan|
|67||Shittu, Aziz (IR)||DE||6-2||288||7/27/1994||2||Stanford|
|78||Opeta, Sua||G||6-4||305||8/15/1996||R||Weber State|
|49||Scott, Boston||RB||5-6||203||4/27/1995||1||Louisiana Tech|
|49||Singleton, Alex||LB||6-2||240||12/7/1993||1||Montana State|
Goedert made it back for Week 1 and wasn't on the Week 2 injury report, but he seems to have re-injured his calf during warmups for Sunday's game against the Falcons. With Alshon Jeffery (calf) and DeSean Jackson (groin) exiting in the first half, the Eagles were forced to use Zach Ertz, Nelson Agholor, JJ Arcega-Whiteside and Mack Hollins on practically every snap over the final three quarters of a 24-20 loss. The Eagles may need to sign another tight end -- and possibly a wide receiver or two -- before they face the Lions in Week 3.
Hollins was forced into duty as both Alshon Jeffery (calf) and DeSean Jackson (groin) exited early. While rookie J.J. Arcega-Whiteside played six more snaps than the product's 69, Hollins was far more productive and saw twice as many targets. Jeffery's and Jackson's injuries are not thought of as serious, but if either is forced to miss time, there is a good chance Hollins continues to see the field a lot Week 3 at home against the Lions.
This will be Ellis' second stint on the active roster this season, as he was promoted prior to the season opener and sent back down shortly after. The likely reasoning behind the 26-year-old's promotion is to provide depth to the tight end unit as Dallas Goedert battles a calf injury.
LeBlanc sustained the injury on the first day of training camp. It was originally hoped the 25-year-old could return for the start of the regular season, but now he'll be sidelined until at least mid-to-late-September. The Eagles signed Orlando Scandrick on July 28 to help the secondary while LeBlanc nurses this injury.
Maddox was initially deemed probable, so it's not surprising that he made a quick return. The Eagles will continue to deploy Maddox as a top corner for the remainder of the contest.
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.
The Eagles lost both of their starting wideouts to injury early in this contest, and while Agholor (concussion) was sidelined temporarily, he was able to return and post a strong stat line. The status of Alshon Jeffery (calf) and DeSean Jackson (goin) are unclear, so Agholor could find himself in a starting role against the Lions in Week 3. The fifth-year wideout was barely used Week 1 (two catches for 11 yards) as the third receiver on the depth chart, so make sure that a starting role is certain later in the week before immediately plugging Agholor into a lineup.
Vaitai is expected to return to his role as Lane Johnson's backup at right tackle Sunday versus the Redskins.
The spike in playing time was a direct result of the Eagles' top two receivers being forced out with leg injuries. Unfortunately for the rookie, it didn't translate to production, as he brought in only one of his four targets for four yards in the contest while Mack Hollins went for five catches for 50 yards on eight targets. If Alshon Jeffery (calf) or DeSean Jackson (groin) is forced to miss time, the Stanford product would likely be in line for increased snaps once again Week 3 at home against the Lions, but at least for now, he seems to be behind Hollins on Carson Wentz's personal depth chart.
Fort will head to his fourth NFL team for his age-29 season after spending the last three seasons in Pittsburgh, and is coming off the best season of his five-year career. He racked up 48 combined tackles (38 solo) in 2018, in addition to a sack and one defensive touchdown. Fort is also an experienced special teamer, logging a career-high 333 snaps on special teams in 2018. Look for him to play a versatile role in Philadelphia.
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.
Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz said that the team is confident Gerry can perform as a starter in Grugier-Hill's absence. The 24-year-old mostly played special teams last year but racked up 17 tackles total in the four games in which he saw at least 20 snaps. Philadelphia signed Asantay Brown to help deepen the position with Grugier-Hill likely to be out multiple weeks into the season.
Spence had been without a team since being cut by Miami on Aug. 28. The 27-year-old played in at least 600 defensive snaps over the previous two seasons, collecting 81 total tackles, five sacks and a forced fumble in that span. Spence will provide the Eagles with depth on their defensive front in the wake of Malik Jackson's (foot) placement on injured reserve Tuesday.
The details of Shittu's head injury still remain undisclosed. He'll spend the entire season on IR barring an injury settlement.
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 is reportedly nearing a return to practice, but he doesn't appear particularly close to retaking the field. The fourth-year linebacker remains fully expected to suit up during the regular season, though a timetable for his recovery is still undisclosed. Expect Zach Brown, Nate Gerry and Hayes Pullard to continue seeing extra snaps as long as Grugier-Hill is sidelined.
Jenkins was not present for OTAs in May -- likely related to his desire for a new contract -- but his arrival for minicamp indicates he won't be holding out for a new deal. The 31-year-old has two years remaining on the four-year, $35 million extension he signed in 2016, but the spending spree at safety this offseason reset the market for the position. Jenkins has been an unquestioned leader of the defense and had 97 tackles (79 solo), one sack, one interception and three forced fumbles last season.
Edwards had potential to be a late-round pick after totaling 112 tackles, three sacks and three interceptions during his senior season at Wisconsin, but ultimately ended up going unselected. He exceeded 80 tackles in all four years as a Badger and figures to serve in a special teams role if he can crack the 53-man roster.
Ertz actually saw more targets than he did in his Week 1 explosion (eight catches, 154 yards and two touchdowns), but the production paled in comparison. It was still a solid performance from the start tight end, especially in PPR formats. Ertz may end up seeing double-digit targets yet again next week against the Lions, as the Eagles' starting wideouts (Alshon Jeffery and Desean Jackson) both left Sunday's contests and never returned.
Coming off an ACL injury suffered early last November, Darby worked his way back to participating in team drills mid-August and is now on track for Week 1 versus Washington. The 25-year-old cornerback will start opposite Sidney Jones and attempt to contain the Redskins' aerial attack.
Howard mustered just 18 yards on eight carries and eight yards on his sole target. Meanwhile, rookie Miles Sanders led the backfield with 37 yards from scrimmage on 35 snaps on offense while Darren Sproles put up five scrimmage yards on 28 such plays. Per Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal, Sanders even got a vote of confidence from coach Doug Pederson on Monday, so given Howard's limited workload through two games, he seems to be a mediocre RB option, at best, moving forward.
Sproles ranked between Miles Sanders (35) and Jordan Howard (18) in such plays. However, Sproles fell far short of his teammates in yards from scrimmage, racking up just five (on two catches) while Sanders managed 37 and Howard accrued 26. Sproles' pass-catching prowess historically is notable, but the 36-year-old is averaging a miserable 3.5 YPT on his six looks so far this season.
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 hasn't suited up in an NFL regular season game since 2014, and was considered a longshot to make the roster. The Montana State product could be a practice squad candidate, or could head north of the border to the CFL.
Jones saw first-team reps in OTAs as Jalen Mills (foot) and Ronald Darby dealt with injuries. The 23-year-old struggled with nagging hamstring problems last season but managed to appear in nine games, logging 25 total tackles and two pass breakups over 322 snaps on defense.
While the recovery time is not set in stone, a timeline of one month would aim his return at Week 6's game versus the Vikings. The Eagles' defensive line is banged up since Malik Jackson (foot) is also on injured reserve. Expect Fletcher Cox and Akeem Spence to start in Week 3's contest versus the Lions.
The Eagles will likely provide an official update on Jackson's status following the team's first Week 3 practice Wednesday, but McManus' report suggests Philadelphia is already planning to be without the wideout Sunday versus Detroit. After the game against the Lions, the Eagles will face a quick turnaround in Week 4, traveling to Green Bay for a Thursday night game. The likelihood of a multi-game absence for Jackson leaves the Eagles' pass-catching corps in a ragged state, as Alshon Jeffery (calf) and Dallas Goedert (calf) are also question marks heading into Week 3. Depth options J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and Mack Hollins both handled significant snap shares in the Week 2 loss to the Falcons and look poised to hold down elevated roles on offense for at least the next game or two.
The 2010 first-round pick has spent his entire career in Philadelphia, playing out his rookie contract followed by a four-year, $26 million deal. While never quite dominant as a pass rusher, Graham offers a nice mixture of durability, consistency and versatility, with five straight seasons recording at least 39 tackles, four sacks and 15 appearances. He'll celebrate his 31st birthday in April and should be locked in as a starter at defensive end for the Eagles.
Although he'll be out multiple weeks, Mailata is fully expected to return to the field during the regular season. However, an exact timetable for his recovery remains undisclosed. When healthy, he'll provide the Eagles with key depth at tackle.
The veteran receiver would likely be hard-pressed to be ready for the Week 3 tilt against the Lions as is, and the Thursday night, Sept. 26 matchup against the Packers presents quite the challenge as well due to the quick turnaround. The Eagles' receiver corps is further depleted by the uncertain status of DeSean Jackson (quadriceps), so Rosenblatt also speculates that an addition such as free agent Jordan Matthews or preseason stalwart and current practice squad member Greg Ward could be called on as reinforcements this week.
Scott shined in the Eagles' second preseason game, rushing seven times for 43 yards and a touchdown. Unfortunately for the 24-year-old, the Eagles have good depth in their backfield and decided to waive him, but he'll at least stick around in Philadelphia.
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' availability is pretty remarkable considering he ruptured his Achilles in January. Still, Halapoulivaati Vaitai worked with the first team at practice during the week, so the Eagles may be easing the expected starter back into the swing of things. Regardless, it is an impressive recovery for the 30-year-old.
Curry visited with a number of teams since being cut loose from Tampa Bay last month, but he's now officially heading back to the team he won a Super Bowl with just two seasons ago. It's not clear how large a role he'll have in his age-31 season, but Curry nonetheless figures to maintain a key role in the defensive end rotation. His importance would become even more pronounced if Chris Long decides to hang up the cleats.
Barnett was limited in practice Wednesday and now looks back to full health. He's bound for his usual starting role versus the Falcons on Sunday and will work to make up for the defensive line's loss of Malik Jackson (foot).
Johnson was originally shut down for the preseason before it even started with the injury, but the fact that he's back at practice is a positive sign. Johnson doubled down Sunday saying that there is no doubt he'll be ready for Week 1, but expect an official word from the team regarding his status as the season nears.
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 gave the Eagles their only points of the first half with field goals of 34 and 41 yards in the second quarter. He'd sit the rest of the affair out though, aside from kickoffs, as Philadelphia twice needed to go for two as the game wound down. The 24-year-old has a good chance to see more scoring opportunities with Detroit on tap at home Week 3.
Ward has yet to appear on an active roster since going undrafted in 2017. He's been on the Eagles' practice squad in years past and may be in line for a practice squad slot in 2019 as well.
The long snapper joined the Eagles in 2016 after starter Jon Dernbos suffered a broken wrist. However, Lovato wound up winning the job outright, which eventually led to Dernbos being traded to begin the 2017 season. The one-year contract is expected to be near the veteran minimum.
Cyprien missed the entirety of 2018 due to a torn ACL but has been medically cleared since mid-May. The 29-year-old seems likely to fill a reserve role as a third safety for the Eagles behind Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod (knee).
Mills won't be eligible to practice or play for the first six weeks of the regular season. The 25-year-old is working to get healthy from a foot injury suffered against the Jaguars last October, and a timetable for his recovery still remains undisclosed.
Wentz had a lackluster first half, and then was forced to leave the game on the team's final drive in the second quarter after taking a hard shot to the ribs. The 26-year-old was able to return and finish the same drive he started, and was also able to finish out the rest of the contest. Wentz's final stat line looks poor, but it is worth noting that he lost his entire starting receiving corps along with backup tight end Dallas Goedert for most of the game. Assuming the quarterback's rib injury doesn't flare up later this week, expect a much friendlier fantasy matchup against the Lions' defense next Sunday.
Sendejo managed a disruptive performance despite playing only 20 snaps on defense (30 percent). The veteran's rotational role keeps him off the fantasy radar in most IDP formats, but Sendejo could conceivably earn increased snaps if he continues to impress versus the Lions in Week 3.
Sweat sat out Sunday's practice due to an undisclosed knee injury and now appears back to full health. The second-year pro is competing for a rotational role in Philadelphia's defense.
James sustained the hamstring injury in the preseason finale Aug. 31 and was waived/injured by the Vikings at roster cutdowns a couple days later. The 22-year-old reverted to injured reserve after clearing waivers but can now sign elsewhere after reaching the injury settlement.
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.
Despite being tabbed with limited participation on each Week 2 injury report, Sudfeld wasn't a candidate to retain his role as Carson Wentz's primary backup. Sudfeld will continue to work his way back from Aug. 9 surgery on a broken left wrist, starting Wednesday as the Eagles prepare to host the Lions next Sunday.
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.
After nursing a hand injury and possibly inviting team discipline for a different incident during the preseason, Bradham started at linebacker and played 100 percent of the snaps. Assuming health, the 30-year-old should be good for close to 100 tackles this season, and this effort put him slightly ahead of the pace.
Brown joined the Eagles on a one-year deal in early May, and Monday is the first open session of practice in which he's participated. According to Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News, the 29-year-old was working with the second-team nickel defense as he makes his return from the torn oblique that plagued him throughout the 2018 season.
Ridgeway's appearance on the field tells us that he's clear of his concussion. The 24-year-old had already returned to practice in a limited capacity -- sporting pads and a helmet -- Monday, but the fact that he returned to game action bodes very well. Ridgeway originally sustained the injury in the Eagles' first preseason game against Tennessee on Aug. 8.
Coach Doug Pederson already said he expected Cox to play, so Friday's injury report simply confirms it. The veteran defensive end posted two tackles in the season opener against the Redskins, and he'll look to capitalize on the pass rush Sunday versus Falcons QB Matt Ryan, who was dropped four times by the Vikings in Week 1.
Sanders led all Eagles running backs in offensive snaps Sunday in Atlanta with 35, which was followed by Darren Sproles' 28 and Jordan Howard's 18. Meanwhile, Corey Clement was contained to just 10 plays on special teams. Sanders wasn't exactly efficiently with his reps -- 10 carries for 28 yards and three receptions (on four targets) for nine yards -- but Sproles and Howard were even less so. With the vote of confidence from Pederson, Sanders should continue to lead the backfield in Week 3 against a Lions defense that has conceded 5.2 YPC so far this season.
Peters saw 18 snaps in the contest, and his appearance on the field tells us that he's clear of the back injury that's been ailing him. The 37-year-old veteran agreed to restructure his deal in March and looks to continue his starting role at left tackle in Philly.
Kelce was able to tough out all three injuries and proclaimed Monday that he's fully healthy heading into the offseason program. He just signed a one-year extension with the Eagles on March 2 and is expected to be the highest paid center in the league next season. The deal is merited, given his willingness to play through injury and Super Bowl champion resume.
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.
Philadelphia traded up three spots to get its guy in Dillard, who looks to be the heir apparent for Jason Peters at left tackle. Dillard is considered the most polished tackle product in this class in terms of pass protection. Per Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus, Dillard had far and away the most "true pass sets" of any tackle prospect -- thanks in part to the Washington State offense -- and he turned out a high grade in those situations. The bottom line is that Dillard is both experienced and adept in pass protection and will be a major help on the line in keeping Carson Wentz upright.
This can be viewed as a significant milestone for McLeod, as it marks his first full-time work since tearing the ACL and MCL in his right knee last September. Barring any setbacks, the 29-year-old free safety figures to be a key member of the Eagles' secondary this season.
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.
Clement suffered a shoulder injury during the third quarter of Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Falcons. He did not return to the game, but appears to only be managing a short-term injury. As long as Clement is forced to miss time, expect Miles Sanders to handle kick returns and Darren Sproles to take back punts.