Cameron Johnston (P)
Bio: Johnston was first signed as an undrafted free agent out of Ohio State last offseason but was cut before the season began. The Eagles have shown trust in him during this preseason as they didn’t sign a veteran punter to compete with him.
Jake Elliott (K)
Bio: Elliott was a 5th-round pick by Cincinnati out of Memphis and was signed off their practice squad. The rookie kicker was an integral part of the Eagles Super Bowl run that started with a 61-yard game-ending FG in week 3 of 2017.
Nate Sudfeld (QB)
Bio: Sudfeld was a 6th-round draft pick by the Washington Redskins in 2016 out of Indiana. The Eagles signed him to the practice squad and promoted him to back up in November of last year when Wentz went down.
Nick Foles (QB)
Bio: Foles is in his second stint with the Eagles after being drafted in the 3rd-round of the 2012 draft. Known for his spectacular 27TD-2INT season in 2013, Foles stepped in as the reliever last season and delivered the first Super Bowl to Philadelphia earning MVP honors due to his 320+ yards per game and 115.7 QB rating in last year’s playoffs.
Mack Hollins (WR) – Injured
Bio: Hollins was select by the Eagles with a 4th-round pick last year out of the University of North Carolina. The rookie collected 16 receptions and one touchdown in his first season in a limited role. Hollins also averaged more than 14 yards per catch last season.
Carson Wentz (QB)
Bio: Wentz was drafted number 2 overall by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2016 draft out of North Dakota State University. The starting Quarterback earned his first Pro-Bowl Award in 2017 and holds an 18-11 record as a starter through his first two years. Wentz also holds the Eagles all-time single-season TD record (33).
Nelson Agholor (WR)
Bio: Agholor was the 1st-round pick of the Eagles in 2015 and struggled early in his career. Agholor snapped back after being moved to the slot position last season nearly doubling his receptions and yardage totals from 2016. He also set a career high with 8TDs last season.
Mike Wallace (WR) – Injured
Bio: Wallace was a 3rd-round pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2009 draft out of Ole Miss. The 2011 Pro Bowler spent the first portion of his career with the Steelers before moving on to three teams over a span of five years (MIA, MIN, BAL). Wallace comes to the Eagles as a free agent, signing a one-year deal worth $2.5 million He replaces the speedy Torrey Smith at half the price. Wallace has over 8,000 receiving yards in his career.
Alshon Jeffery (WR)
Bio: Jeffery was the 2nd-round pick of the Chicago Bears in 2012 and was signed to a “prove-it” one-year deal as a free agent in the 2017 offseason. Jeffery played all of 2017 with a torn rotator cuff last season while delivering his guarantee of a Super Bowl ring. The leading receiver delivered down the stretch and into the playoffs. He signed a contract extension with the Eagles through 2021.
Shelton Gibson (WR)
Bio: Gibson was selected by the Eagles with the 166th pick in the 2017 Draft. Gibson struggled to crack the starting lineup, ultimately appearing in the season finale where he caught two passes for 11 yards.
Ronald Darby (CB)
Bio: Darby was a 2nd-round selection by Buffalo in the 2015 draft out of Florida State University. The Eagles conducted a trade for Darby in the preseason of 2017. Darby went on to be named the opening-day starter but missed 8.5 games due to injury. He returned in week 11 and recorded three interceptions in the final 8 games of the regular season eventually helping the Eagles capture their first Super Bowl win in franchise history.
Sidney Jones IV (CB)
Bio: Jones was red-shirted in the 2017 season after tearing his Achilles tendon weeks before the 2017 Draft. Once considered a top 15 talent in the draft, Jones fell to the Eagles in the second round and made his debut in the season finale. 2018 will be considered his highly anticipated rookie season.
Rodney McLeod (S)
Bio: McLeod was an undrafted free agent who joined the Rams in 2012 by way of Virginia. After four years in St. Louis, he signed a 5-year contract through 2020 with the Eagles in 2016 and has manned centerfield on the defense. McLeod’s number of total tackles were cut in half last season as he missed two games due to injury as well.
Corey Graham (S)
Bio: Graham was originally a 5th round pick by the Chicago Bears in 2007 out of New Hampshire. He was acquired by the Eagles in training camp in before the 2017 campaign and played a crucial backup safety role on the Super Bowl winning campaign. He looks to play a similar role in 2018.
Jay Ajayi (RB)
Bio: This 5th-round pick by the Miami Dolphins in 2015 was acquired by the Philadelphia Eagles right before the 2017 trade deadline and became the Eagles lead back. Ajayi earned his first Pro-Bowl honors in 2016 but struggled early last season. After coming to the Eagles, Ajayi became more effective with fewer touches, averaging 5.8 yards-per-carry. The 4th-year back is in the final year of his rookie contract.
Malcolm Jenkins (S)
Bio: Jenkins was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the 1st-round of the 2009 draft out of Ohio State University. The cornerback turned safety joined the Eagles in the 2014 Free Agency period and quickly established himself as a defensive captain. Jenkins has collected two Pro-Bowl selections (2015 & 2017) since joining the team and has a combined 10 Interceptions in his four seasons wearing midnight green.
Wendell Smallwood (RB)
Bio: Smallwood was drafted by the Eagles in the 5th round in 2016 out of West Virginia. His first couple years with the birds haven’t been the most inspiring as he has a career rushing average of 3.9 yards/rush. Although some fans called for Josh Adams to make the team, Smallwood has the experience the Eagles want as their 4th string running back. Expect him to have a limited role on offense barring injury.
Avonte Maddox (CB)
Bio: Maddox was drafted by the Eagles in 2018 in the 4th round out of Pitt. His initial role looks to be planted as a starter or backup at Nickel corner. Although undersized at 5’9″, Maddox uses his quickness, toughness, and work ethic to be effective.
Corey Clement (RB)
Bio: Clement was a 2017 undrafted free agent out of Wisconsin. The rookie back established himself as a piece of the Eagles Super Bowl run last season contributing in all phases of his responsibilities and should be apart of the rotation in 2018. Clement collected seven total touchdowns in 2017 and averaged more than six yards per play.
Jalen Mills (CB)
Bio: Mills was selected in the 7th round of the 2016 draft by the Eagles. He played his college football at LSU and is affectionately known as “The Green Goblin.” The now 3rd-year player has racked up 125 total tackles in his first two seasons to go along with three interceptions. Mills has played in 33 of 34 games (including postseason) during his first two seasons.
Rasul Douglas (CB)
Bio: Douglas was drafted by the Eagles in the 3rd-round of 2017 via West Virginia University. The rookie stepped in nicely when called upon last season due to an injury to then-starting CB Ronald Darby. Douglas started five games last year, racking up 25 tackles and two interceptions after leading all NCAA players with eight INTs the year before being drafted.
Josh Adams (RB)
Bio: Adams was a standout back at Notre Dame but has frequently battled health issues that caused him to fall out of the draft this year. The Eagles scooped him up as a UDFA, and while showing decent production in the pre-season did not make the initial squad. Now he is out to prove he is an NFL caliber running back.
Chris Maragos (S) – Injured
Bio: Maragos is a 2010 undrafted free agent out of Wisconsin. The veteran safety has played for the 49ers and Seahawks before signing a three year deal with the Eagles during the 2014 Free Agency period. Maragos was placed on season-ending IR in week six of 2017 but has served as a special teams captain since joining the Eagles.
Darren Sproles (RB)
Bio: Sproles was drafted in 4th round by the Chargers in 2005. After spending 6 seasons in San Diego and 3 in New Orleans, Sproles was acquired by the Eagles in 2014 for a 5th round pick. The 3-time pro-bowler is coming off an injury plagued 2017 in which he missed the majority of the season. He signed a new 1-year deal to remain with the Eagles for the 2018 season.
Rick Lovato (LS)
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Bio: Lovato is a 2015 undrafted free agent out of Old Dominion and has been apart of four NFL teams in his short career (CHI, GB, WSH, PHI). The 25-year-old won the 2017 long-snapping job and played in all 19 games for the Eagles after replacing long-time veteran Jon Dorenbos.
Nathan Gerry (LB)
Bio: Nate Gerry was a 5th-round pick by the Eagles in the 2017 draft out of Nebraska. The college safety began his career at Nebraska as a linebacker and has transitioned back to the position in the NFL. Gerry played in 10 games for the Eagles (mostly on special teams) and started one in replacement of Jordan Hicks. The rookie recorded five tackles last season.
LaRoy Reynolds (LB)
Bio: Known as a special teamer, Reynolds originally came into the league in 2013 undrafted out of Virginia. After playing for the Jaguars, Bears, and Falcons last year, he joined the Eagles. Reynolds played in the Falcons loss to the Eagles in the playoffs last season.
Paul Worrilow (LB) – Injured
Bio: Worrilow was a 2013 undrafted free agent out of Delaware University. After beginning his career with the Atlanta Falcons, Worrilow signed a one-year contract with the Detroit Lions in 2017 before coming to the Eagles this offseason. The linebacker led the Falcons into total combined tackles two years in a row (2014 & 2015) on his way to recording 415 tackles in 5 seasons. Worrilow is a special teams standout as well.
Nigel Bradham (LB)
Bio: Bradham was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the 4th round of the 2012 draft out of Florida State University. The linebacker is entering his third year with the team after a two-year deal before the 2016 season and now signing a five-year extension worth $40 million through 2022. Bradham led the team over the past two seasons with 190 total tackles missing just one game in 34 opportunities.
Kamu Grugier-Hill (LB)
Bio: Grugier-Hill was originally selected by the Patriots in the 6th round of the 2016 NFL Draft out of Eastern Illinois. He was cut by the Patriots after their last preseason game in 2016 and was claimed off waivers by the Eagles. Ever since then, Grugier-Hill has become a stalwart on special teams and has seen minutes at linebacker.
Brandon Graham (DE)
Bio: Graham was selected 13th overall in the 2010 draft by the Eagles and has had quite a journey with the team. Originally labeled a bust out of Michigan, Graham has worked his way to become one of the Eagles defensive and team leaders. BG has racked up 27 total sacks over the past 4 seasons. Graham enters the last year of his current deal.
Chris Long (DE)
Bio: After playing in 8 non-playoff years for the St. Louis Rams, Long has won two consecutive Super Bowls with the Patriots and Eagles. Originally the #2 overall pick in 2008, Long has been a crucial part of the Eagles rotation on the defensive line. His leadership is respected, and his production in unquestioned.
DJ Alexander (LB)
Bio: Alexander was drafted in the 5th round in 2015 by the Kansas City Chiefs out of Oregon State. He made the Pro Bowl as a special teamer in 2016 and then went to the Seahawks last season. DJ has the ability to play the OLB position but will feature primarily on special teams.
Jordan Hicks (LB)
Bio: Hicks was a 3rd-round pick in the 2015 draft by the Philadelphia Eagles out of Texas University. The linebacker missed the final 12 games of the regular and postseason in 2017 due to an Achilles tendon injury. Hicks has recorded a combined 163 tackles in just 31 total games and also holds 7 career interceptions in his first two seasons.
Stefen Wisniewski (C/G)
Bio: Wisniewski was a 2nd-round pick by the Oakland Raiders in the 2011 draft out of Penn State University. The journeyman joined the Eagles in April of 2016 on a 1-year contract and signed a 3-year extension with the team before the start of the 2017 season. “Wiz” started 11 games for the Eagles last season including all three in the postseason.
Jason Kelce (C)
Bio: Kelce was selected by the Eagles in the 6th round of the 2011 draft by way of Cincinnati. The two-time Pro Bowler has started every game over the last three seasons and was as fired up as anyone after capturing the first Lombardi Trophy for Philadelphia in the Super Bowl era. “No one likes us, we don’t care!” is his favorite saying.
Lane Johnson (C)
Bio: Johnson was the 4th overall pick in the 2013 draft out of Oklahoma. He earned First-team All-Pro and Pro-Bowl honors for the first time in his career last season. He has started every game he has been eligible for. Johnson delivered more than just a Super Bowl Ring last season, making a famous bet with Bud Light that gave the city free beer when they won.
Jordan Mailata (T)
Bio: Mailata was the first Australian born player to be drafted in the NFL. With no football experience, this rugby player put in the work to become an intriguing prospect. His quickness is fantastic for his size. The Eagles are stashing him as a project, but make no mistake about it, he is worth of a spot on the roster.
Matt Pryor (G/T)
Bio: Pryor was a 6th-round pick by the Eagles in the 2018 draft out of Texas-Christian University (TCU). He has the ability to play anywhere on the offensive line and provides depth to a strong unit.
Jason Peters (T)
Bio: “The Bodyguard” was an undrafted free agent in 2004. The former Tight End played for Arkansas University and transitioned to the Left Tackle position in the NFL. Peters played four years with the Buffalo Bills before the Eagles acquired him in a 2009 trade. He has been a 9x Pro-Bowler, 3x First-team All-Pro, and 3x Second-team All-Pro in this league.
Halapoulivaati Vaitai (T)
Bio: Vaitai is a Hawaiian native who played his college football at TCU before being selected in the 5th-round of the 2016 draft. “Big V” struggled as a rookie in relief of a then-suspended Lane Johnson, but bounced back nicely in his second year with the team. Vaitai started the final 10 games of the regular season when Jason Peters when down with an injury.
Isaac Seumalo (G)
Bio: Seumalo is also another Hawaiian selected in the 2016 draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. The 3rd-round selection played college at Oregon State University. He has started just six regular season games, although playing in 23 during his first two seasons.
Michael Bennett (DL)
Bio: Bennett was a 2009 undrafted free agent who played his college football at Texas A&M University. He began his career with the Seattle Seahawks but later played for the Buccaneers from 2009 to 2012. Bennett spent the last five years with the Seahawks before being traded to the Eagles ahead of the 2018 season. The 3x Pro Bowler is also a Super Bowl Champion.
Brandon Brooks (G)
Bio: Brooks was drafted by the Houston Texans in the 3rd-round of the 2015 draft out of Miami of Ohio. Brooks signed a 5-year deal with the Eagles in 2016 and has started 33 games for the team. After battling anxiety issues in 2016 causing him to miss two games in 2016, but bounced back to earn his first Pro-Bowl honors last season alongside Lane Johnson.
Richard Rodgers (TE) – Injured
Bio: Rodgers was a 3rd-round pick by the Green Bay Packers in the 2014 NFL Draft out of California University. Rodgers is a solid tight-end but is not thought of as a starter. He has collected 120 receptions and 13 touchdowns in his first four years. He comes to Philadelphia on a one-year contract to fill the void left by the releasing of Brent Celek and loss of Trey Burton.
Zach Ertz (TE)
Bio: Ertz was the 2nd-round selection of the Eagles in the 2013 draft after playing at Standford University. He too was selected to his first Pro-Bowl after a breakout year setting career highs in yards (824) and touchdowns (8) on 74 receptions in 14 regular season games. Ertz was also the last player to score a touchdown in the Eagles 41-33 victory in SB LII.
Dallas Goedert (TE)
Bio: Goedert was selected by the Eagles in the 2nd round in 2018 after a standout collegiate career at South Dakota State. He is known for his ability to catch the ball which was evidenced by his 72 catch, 1,111 yard 7 touchdown senior season for the Jackrabbits. He looks to replace Trey Burton as the 2nd receiving TE and should be an added weapon in the red zone for Carson Wentz and the Birds.
Fletcher Cox (DT)
Bio: The 1st-round pick of the Eagles in the 2012 Draft out of Mississippi has made three straight Pro-Bowls, and earned All-Pro honors three times as well in his short career. The lynch-pin of the defense has 34 career sacks, 7 forced fumbles, and 2 defensive touchdowns in his first six years of the NFL. He is also the highest-paid player on the Eagles.
Tim Jernigan(DT) – Injured
Bio: Jernigan was a 2nd-round draft pick out of Florida State University. He was selected by the Baltimore Ravens in 2014 and traded to the Eagles before the start of the 2017 season for a 3rd-round pick. He started 15 games for the Eagles last season, recording 2.5 sacks and 29 total tackles.
Haloti Ngata (DT)
Bio: Ngata was drafted by the Ravens in 2006 out of the University of Oregon and remained with them until 2014. The 5x Pro-Bowler and 2x All-Pro has spent his last three season with the Lions before signing a one-year deal with the Eagles prior to the 2018 season. Ngata is on the verge of 500 career tackles and is excellent at stopping the run. Last season, the Lions gave up an average of 129+ rush yards as opposed to 74+ with him in the lineup.
Derek Barnett (DE)
Bio: Barnett was the 1st-round selection of the Eagles during the 2017 Draft held in Philadelphia. Barnett played college at the University of Tennessee where he broke former Eagle-great Reggie White’s school sack record. Barnett was part of the defensive line rotation last season playing in 15 games and recording 21 combined tackles to go along with five sacks. He also forced one fumble and recovered two more in his rookie season.
Destiny Vaeao (DT)
Bio: Coming to the Eagles as a undrafted free agent, Vaeao has maintained a backup DT spot in the Eagles deep d-line rotation. The Samoan out of Washington State has shown flashes of potential at the position and remains a good rotation option.
- 19 – Reggie Davis (WR)
- 37 – Tre Sullivan (S)
- 39 – Chandon Sullivan (CB)
- 59 – Joe Walker (LB)
- 64 – John Toth (C)
- 84 – Dorren Miller (WR)
- 89 – Braxton Miller (WR)
- 90 – Treyvon Hester (DT)
- 95 – Joe Ostman (DE)