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The Philadelphia Eagles open their three-game preseason slate Saturday night in Baltimore against the Ravens. As a means of checking in on the roster so you know which spots are up for grabs, here are dueling 53-man roster projections from Zach Berman and Bo Wulf.
Berman (3): Jalen Hurts, Marcus Mariota, Tanner McKee
The preseason will determine whether McKee or Ian Book makes the roster as the No. 3 quarterback, but at this point of the summer, McKee has shown more promise.
Wulf (3): Hurts, Mariota, McKee
Book’s athleticism may make him a more interesting preseason quarterback, but the Eagles used a sixth-round pick on McKee for a reason. He has been intermittently sharp on short and intermediate throws this summer but needs to prove he can push the ball downfield.
Berman (4): D’Andre Swift, Rashaad Penny, Kenneth Gainwell, Trey Sermon
You’re probably wondering where Boston Scott is on this list. I expect the Eagles to keep him around, but because he’s a vested veteran, they can sneak him onto the practice squad. That allows Philadelphia to keep Sermon, who still has two years left on his contract and could be part of a 2024 rotation.
Wulf (4): Swift, Penny, Gainwell, Boston Scott
Sermon is one of the more intriguing players to watch during the preseason since it’s so hard to judge running backs without full contact. But the next impressive play he makes as an Eagle will be the first. Scott also has the most guaranteed money of any running back on the roster. It was an oddly aggressive signing at the time, but it’s part of the reason I think he sticks.
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Berman (6): A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, Quez Watkins, Olamide Zaccheaus, Britain Covey, Joseph Ngata
Six might be deep, and Ngata could be a practice squad player. I think he makes sense as the fifth or sixth receiver — especially because the Eagles lack size on the outside. Covey makes the roster as a returner and depth in the slot.
Wulf (5): Brown, Smith, Watkins, Zaccheaus, Covey
I had one spot left for a ninth wide receiver/tight end and gave the nod to Tyree Jackson over Ngata, but not with a high degree of confidence. Ngata has been productive throughout the summer and the team would love to have a young, roster-worthy receiver on a rookie deal. But I want to see if Ngata can be similarly productive in games before giving him the nod. Can he do anything on special teams?
Berman (3): Dallas Goedert, Jack Stoll, Grant Calcaterra
Calcaterra has been the best of the group vying for the No. 3 tight end job, and going with six at wide receiver left me with three at tight end. Jackson was my first one off here and I wonder if the Eagles keep him over Ngata.
Wulf (4): Goedert, Stoll, Calcaterra, Tyree Jackson
Jackson has cooled down after a strong start to training camp. I wonder if the likelihood that the team will be able to keep Dan Arnold on the practice squad means it’s less worried about exposing Jackson to waivers.
Eagles 2022 sixth-round pick Grant Calcaterra has been the best of the group vying for the No. 3 tight end job. (Andy Lewis / Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
Berman (8): Jordan Mailata, Landon Dickerson, Jason Kelce, Cam Jurgens, Lane Johnson, Jack Driscoll, Tyler Steen, Sua Opeta
This group should include Dennis Kelly and Josh Andrews, but both make sense as veterans who can sign to the practice squad and be elevated on game day. That’s why this is lighter than usual — I actually view it as a 10-person group.
Wulf (8): Mailata, Dickerson, Kelce, Jurgens, Johnson, Driscoll, Steen, Josh Sills
I think Zach’s right that Kelly and Andrews make sense as Week 1 practice squad players who can be signed to the active roster once their contracts no longer vest. The Eagles held open a roster spot for Sills throughout his time on the commissioner’s exempt list and inserted him directly onto the second team upon his return this week. For a team with long-term depth concerns along the line, his three years of rookie contract control are more valuable than Opeta’s one-year deal, especially since Opeta went unclaimed on waivers late last season.
Berman (6): Fletcher Cox, Jordan Davis, Jalen Carter, Milton Williams, Marlon Tuipulotu, Moro Ojomo
The Eagles’ wealth of linemen has me leaving Kentavius Street off this list. But the draft pick investments into Tuipulotu and Ojomo lead me to favor those two for depth spots over Street after the top four, especially because Tuipulotu plays nose tackle.
Wulf (6): Cox, Davis, Carter, Williams, Tuipulotu, Ojomo
Street has been solid this summer but is a victim of circumstance with a very deep group of defensive tackles. Ojomo might have been on the outside looking in when training camp began, but he has come on strong of late, while Tuipulotu has been a force throughout.
Berman (6): Haason Reddick, Josh Sweat, Brandon Graham, Nolan Smith, Derek Barnett, Patrick Johnson
I want to keep Janarius Robinson and would lean toward developing him rather than keeping Barnett, but Barnett’s contract restructuring (and his demonstrated talent) likely means he’s staying. That was the toughest decision in this group.
Wulf (6): Reddick, Sweat, Graham, Nolan Smith, Barnett, Kyron Johnson
I agree the choice between Barnett and Robinson is a toss-up and that Barnett’s contract likely gives him the edge. If he has a strong preseason, maybe another team is willing to part with a late-round draft choice for him. And I’m giving Kyron Johnson the edge for the final spot because I’m not sure Patrick Johnson will be ready for Week 1, and Kyron Johnson (tough position group for copy editors) offers some flexibility and special teams acumen that allows me to go light at linebacker.
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Berman (4): Nakobe Dean, Myles Jack, Christian Elliss, Shaun Bradley
Do the Eagles keep both Jack and Zach Cunningham? It’s too early for me to make that determination, and I’ll have a better idea about a week from now. Bradley makes it based on special teams, although that’s always fluid.
Wulf (4): Dean, Jack, Elliss, Zach Cunningham
Bradley has been a special teams standout and is a Nick Sirianni favorite, but the team survived without him down the stretch last season and he’s never really developed fully on defense. I agree that Cunningham and Jack are not both assured of making the roster, but I’m keeping them for now. Note that Nicholas Morrow did not make either of our rosters.
Berman (6): Darius Slay, James Bradberry, Avonte Maddox, Zech McPhearson, Josh Jobe, Kelee Ringo
Going into the summer, I expected Greedy Williams in this group. Jobe has outplayed him and will be the top reserve option on the outside. Perhaps the Eagles go seven and lighter at safety — especially because Maddox can slide over in a pinch.
Wulf (6): Slay, Bradberry, Maddox, McPhearson, Jobe, Ringo
If there is a shock here, it could be McPhearson’s job not being entirely safe. But he’s an ace special teams player and has done an adequate job in his new slot role. Jobe has been one of the most pleasant surprises of the summer.
Berman (4): Reed Blankenship, Terrell Edmunds, Sydney Brown, K’Von Wallace
Justin Evans is the odd man out in this group, and the question is whether Sydney Brown overtakes Edmunds for a starting spot. Blankenship seems to have the top spot locked. Wallace is still hanging around in Year 4, although that’s a spot that could be flexible.
Wulf (4): Blankenship, Edmunds, Sydney Brown, Wallace
You could convince me Edmunds is going to be the Week 1 starter alongside Blankenship, or that he’s not going to make the team at all. Right now, I’d lean more toward the former. Evans, meanwhile, has shown up more recently than he did at the start of camp, but Wallace sticks for now.
Myles Jack gets starter reps, Reed Blankenship standing out at Eagles training camp
Berman (3): Jake Elliott, Arryn Siposs, Rick Lovato
There hasn’t been enough punting in practice to ascertain what they’ll do, so I’ll go with the incumbent. My guess is Philadelphia will keep close eyes on punters elsewhere in preseason games.
Wulf (3): Elliott, Siposs, Lovato
Punters are like running backs and linebackers. You can’t properly evaluate them until the action is live. Bring on the preseason!
(Top photo: Andy Lewis / Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)