The following players did not play: Jason Peters, Nick Foles, Bryce Treggs, Paul Turner, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Wendell Smallwood, Ron Brooks, Anthony Denham, Josh Andrews, Beau Allen, Sidney Jones, Darren Sproles.
The Eagles’ first team offense logged 18 snaps. The plan was only to have them play a drive or two but due to a stalling offense Doug Pederson sent them out four separate times. Most of the first team defense only played 16 snaps.
2017 NFL Draft Picks
Derek Barnett - 36 defense, 2 special teams
Sidney Jones - Inactive
Rasul Douglas - 29 defense, 11 special teams
Mack Hollins - 29 offense, 12 special teams
Donnel Pumphrey - 18 offense, 6 special teams
Shelton Gibson - 30 offense, 1 special teams
Nate Gerry - 32 defense, 15 special teams
Elijah Qualls - 34 defense, 4 special teams
Matt McGloin - 33 snaps too many
Dane Evans - 22
Carson Wentz - 18
Players who played a lot
Offense: Taylor Hart, Billy Brown, Dillon Gordon, Dallas Thomas, Chance Warmack, Stefen Wisniewski, Matt McGloin, Nelson Agholor, Shelton Gibson, Mack Hollins
Defense: Terrence Brooks, Tre Sullivan, Jomal Wiltz, Destiny Vaeao, Steven Means, Alex McCalister, Joe Walker, Justin Hamilton, C.J. Smith, Derek Barnett
Special teams: Trey Burton, C.J. Smith, Nate Gerry, Jaylen Watkins, Najee Goode, Kamu Grugier-Hill, Chris Maragos, Mack Hollins, Don Cherry
- Lots of playing time for the rookies, except in the case of Pumphrey.
- Marcus Johnson played the same amount of snaps as Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith. Seems like a good sign for his roster chances.
- A number of the players who received the most snaps are roster bubble guys. The Eagles are evaluating who they want to keep or cut.