My (mostly) useless, too early projection of the Eagles 53 roster
Yes, when we are only in May, and Asuka hasn’t practiced yet, it seems foolish to predict the Hawks’ lineup. Nonetheless, guessing that the 53-man roster does provide a way to view the camp battles to watch, as well as the team’s strong positions (not many positions) and weaknesses (a lot of positions).
So, what exactly is it? Now that we are entering the Hawks’ rookie mini training camp-this is again the first practice of the offseason-let’s get started.
Quarterback (2): Jalen Hurts, Joe Flacco
The damage will begin, and Flacco will support him (duh). According to reports, the Eagles also signed former Wake Forest and Georgia quarterback Jamie Newman as an unsigned free agent. While he is developing behind the scenes, he should be able to collect him on the practice team. in.
Running back (5): Miles Sanders, Boston Scott, Kenny Gainwell, Carey Johnson, Jason Huntley
Escape is one of the deeper positions for the Eagles, so they may also retain too many positions. Here is a bet, Johnson defeated Jordan Howard to get the bench, and because of his speed, the team will follow Huntley.
Wide receiver (7): DeVonta Smith, Jalen Reagor, Travis Fulgham, Greg Ward, Quez Watkins, JJ Arcega-Whiteside, John Hightower
What are the ages of the above seven recipients? 22, 22, 25, 25, 22, 24, and 24. In the normal season when the roster is deep, the Eagles cannot keep this specific group of seven receivers, but because the roster is really bad, there is enough room. Keep everything and see if there is a disappointing guy who can really make a difference in a real game.
Tight end (3): Dallas Goldt, Richard Rogers, Caleb Wilson
I still believe that Zach Ertz will join another team this season. Besides, we all know that DickRod will be back, right? As for TE3, throw darts. Maybe Arcega-Whiteside can be TE3.
Offensive line (9): Jordan Melata, Isaac Sumaro, Jason Kells, Brandon Brooks, Ryan Johnson, Landon Dixon, Andre Dillard , Jack Driscoll, Nate Herbig
The Eagles have a chance to trade Dillard, but I won’t hold my breath. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Eagles retain 10 linemen. In this case, I will be composed of Matt Pryor or Sua Opeta.
Defensive line (9): Brandon Graham, Fletcher Cox, Javon Hargrave, Derek Barnett, Josh Khan, Milton Williams, Marlon Tuplotu, Hassan Ridgway, Talen Jackson
The first six guys above are locks, and Tuipulotu, Ridgeway and Jackson will compete for spots and game time. Here, all three of us persevered. I commend the Eagles for realizing what they are like and seem to be younger in DL depth, rather than adding something around 30.
Line guards (6): Eric Wilson, Alex Singleton, TJ Edwards, David Taylor, Sean Bradley, JaCoby Stevens
Taylor and Bradley will have another chance to prove that they can play in this league after the offseason of last year’s COVID crash. We keep security to a minimum, which will help someone like Stevens, who may play a mixed role. If the Eagles intend to develop Patrick Johnson into a traditional off-field guard, they may hide him in the practice team while he is learning a new role. Then Genard Avery, he moved from DE to LB, which would be more suitable for his skills. He will have the “advantage” of the wasted fourth-round pick by the Hawks in order to acquire it before the 2019 trade deadline. If LB is injured, I will ask him to be the next one.
Cornerbacks (5): Darius Slay, Galion Conley, Craig James, Avon Maddox, Zaki McPherson
The Eagles will add a veteran horn at some point, right? I mean? If I have to guess a logical choice on the open market, then Conley makes the most sense to me. Or are the Hawks just waiting for more layoffs in the league? Even if the Hawks know that this season will not be the season they compete for the Super Bowl, I can’t imagine that they will go deep into CB into this season as they are now.
Security (4): Anthony Harris, Marcus Epps, K’Von Wallace, Grayland Arnold
Rodney McLeod (Rodney McLeod) may start the season on the PUP roster, so he is not counted in the initial lineup and can serve as a reinforcement later in the season??. People like Arnold, Andrew Adams and Elijah Riley will fight for the final point of safety outside the camp.
Experts (3): Jake Elliott, Arryn Siposs, Rick Lovato
None of the Eagles experts are currently opposed.
puppy: Rodney McLeod (Rodney McLeod)
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