Did not play
Donnel Pumphrey, Mack Hollins, Carson Wentz, Nelson Agholor, Bryce Treggs, Alshon Jeffery, Jay Ajayi, Corey Clement, Chris Maragos, Darren Sproles, Asantay Brown, Jason Peters, Markus Wheaton, Kamar Aiken, Richard Rodgers, Josh Perkins, Timmy Jernigan.
The Eagles’ first team offense played about 33 snaps. The first team defense played about 30 snaps.
Rookies from the 2018 NFL Draft
Dallas Goedert - 43 offense, 3 special teams
Avonte Maddox - 26 defense, 6 special teams
Josh Sweat - 29 defense
Matt Pryor - 34 offense, 1 special teams
Jordan Mailata - 26 offense, 1 special teams
UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT SIGNINGS
Bruce Hector - 21 defense
Josh Adams - 12 offense, 3 special teams
Jeremy Reaves - 17 defense, 5 special teams
Joe Ostman - 3 defense, 5 special teams
Danny Ezechukwu - 8 defense
Kyle Wilson - 7 defense, 9 special teams
Tim Wilson - 5 special teams
Anthony Mahoungou - 4 special teams
Toby Weathersby - 1 special teams
Nick Foles - 33
Nate Sudfeld - 34
Players who played the most
OFFENSE: Shelton Gibson, DeAndre Carter, Isaac Seumalo, Dallas Goedert, Mike Wallace, Halapoulivaati Vaitai
DEFENSE: Kamu Grugier-Hill, Tre Sullivan, Nathan Gerry, De’Vante Bausby
SPECIAL TEAMS: Matt Jones, Greg Ward Jr., Kyle Wilson, Billy Brown, D.J. Killings
- DeAndre Carter got the start in the slot with Nelson Agholor out. He made the most of his playing time by leading the team in receiving yards (73 on four receptions). He could be the leader for the sixth receiver spot.
- Isaac Seumalo got a lot of playing time in part because he filled in at three different spots: center, guard, and tackle.
- Wendell Smallwood received the bulk of playing time at running back. He actually looked solid with 53 yards on 12 attempts (plus two receptions for 14 yards). Josh Adams, who is also competing for the fourth running back spot, was productive in limited playing time as well.
- After only playing four snaps last week, Jordan Mailata got a good chunk of playing time against Cleveland.
- Billy Brown did not log a single offensive snap despite being one of only three tight ends active for the game. Doesn’t seem like the best sign for him.
- Avonte Maddox outsnapped Sidney Jones, but he was also playing late into the game. Jones was working with the first team at nickel corner.
- Bruce Hector (and Aziz Shittu) played 10 more snaps than 2017 sixth-round pick Elijah Qualls. Hector’s presence will seemingly spell the end of Qualls’ hopes to make the 53-man roster. Maybe he can be kept around on the practice squad.
- Corey Nelson managed eight snaps in the dress rehearsal game. It’d be surprising if the Eagles’ free agent signing makes the team.