The following players did not play: Alshon Jeffery, Brandon Brooks, Nick Foles, Darren Sproles, Paul Turner, Sidney Jones, Beau Allen, Wendell Smallwood, Josh Andrews, Anthony Denham, Marcus Johnson, and Ryan Mathews.
The Eagles’ first team offense logged 13 snaps. Most of the first team defense only played 6 snaps.
2017 NFL Draft Picks
Derek Barnett - 23 defense
Sidney Jones - Inactive
Rasul Douglas - 22 defense, 12 special teams
Mack Hollins - 44 offense, 13 special teams
Donnel Pumphrey - 26 offense, 3 special teams
Shelton Gibson - 38 offense, 4 special teams
Nate Gerry - 17 defense, 10 special teams
Elijah Qualls - 30 defense, 3 special teams
Matt McGloin - Way too many
Carson Wentz - 13
Dane Evans - 10
Players who played a lot
47% of the snaps or more
Offense: Matt McGloin, Greg Ward Jr., Darrell Greene, Billy Brown, Mack Hollins, Chance Warmack, Dallas Thomas, Shelton Gibson, Taylor Hart
43% of the snaps or more
Defense: Terrence Brooks, Alex McCalister, Elijah Qualls, Gabe Wright, Tre Sullivan, Winston Craig, Justin Hamilton, Destiny Vaeao, Mitchell White, Jomal Wiltz
40% of the snaps or more
Special teams: Greg Ward Jr., Billy Brown, Mack Hollins, Terrence Brooks, Don Cherry, Rasul Douglas, Najee Goode, Steven Means, Nate Gerry, Jaylen Watkins, Joe Walker
Played, left early, did not return (Injury)
Bryce Treggs - 31
Halapoulivaati Vaitai - 29
Ron Brooks - 7
- The rookies got a lot of playing time. That’s good.
- Probably no coincidence that the players who took the most special teams reps are all roster bubble guys. Special teams is a big factor in determining depth jobs.
- Terrence Brooks played a lot. Looks like the Eagles wanted to give him an extensive look.
- Adam Zaruba only two two snaps on offense and two snaps on special teams. Not a great sign for the long-shot tight end.