The initial Philadelphia Eagles 53-man roster is here following roster cuts. Emphasis on “initial” because you can be sure that Howie Roseman isn’t done tinkering. In the meantime, Jimmy Kempski and I analyzed what the Eagles have done so far on the latest BGN Radio podcast episode. You can listen by using the embed below or [CLICKING HERE]:
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And here are some of the questions we discussed in our position-by-position breakdown.
Is Jalen Hurts going to be active on game day?
Are the Eagles going to add a fourth back behind the main trio? Does adding Adrian Peterson make any sense?
What’s the plan for Alshon Jeffery, who avoided be placed on PUP? Are the Eagles going to be able to trade him? What, if anything, does keeping seven receivers say about Jalen Reagor’s injury?
Are the Eagles definitely going to add a third tight end?
Are the Eagles going to sign Cordy Glenn? Who’s playing left tackle? It seems like the Eagles are intent on keeping Jason Peters at right guard?
How is Genard Avery on this team over Joe Ostman?
Is it a good sign for Javon Hargrave’s status that the Eagles only kept four here?
Why did the Eagles keep Alex Singleton, who probably could’ve made it to the practice squad?
Were the Eagles right to move on from both Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas? What’s next for them? Aren’t the Eagles looking thin (depth wise) and small (size wise)? Could we see an addition here?
Six safeties doesn’t seem to bode well for Will Parks returning soon? Why is Rudy Ford on this team? Marcus Epps could actually be the third safety ahead of K’Von Wallace?
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