The 2019 NFL Draft wrapped up nearly two weeks ago but the Philadelphia Eagles still haven’t announced their undrafted rookie free agent signings. That is, until now. The Eagles officially made 10 signings on Thursday evening.
Bleeding Green Nation has already been tracking these signings in our UDFA tracker but now the Eagles are officially confirming the following names. Prospect rankings provided by CBS Sports. (Format: Position | Name | School | Overall Rank | Position Rank).
LB T.J. Edwards, Wisconsin, 130th, 10th
OG Nate Herbig, Stanford, 201st, 31st
OG Ryan Bates, Penn State, 263rd, 40th
OG Iosua Opeta, Weber State, 358th, 57th
DT Anthony Rush, UAB, 427th, 55th
LB Joey Alfieri, Stanford, 434th, 49th
DT Kelvin Wilkins, Rutgers, 511th, 59th
OG Keegan Render, Iowa, 526th, 93rd
WR Deandre Thompkins, Penn State, unranked
RB Nico Evans, Wyoming, unranked
You can [CLICK HERE] to read an in-depth breakdown on the Eagles’ UDFA signings. BGN’s Benjamin Solak thinks there are at least three guys from this group who have a realistic chance to make the 53-man roster.
These UDFA signings will attend Philadelphia’s rookie minicamp this weekend starting on Friday, May 10. The Eagles’ five draft picks will also be in attendance, as will a large group of tryout players.
The Eagles’ roster currently stands at 89 players, which is one shy of the 90-man offseason limit. The team could be saving that spot to sign a tryout player or a veteran.