Philadelphia Eagles Roster 2020 Philadelphia Eagles Roster

9-7, 1st NFC East

vs SEA

9:40 pm GMT, 1/5

The Eagles were able to make it back to the playoffs last year but eventually fell short to the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional Round. Things look a little bit different for the Eagles in terms of a roster this year, mainly in Nick Foles no longer being a part of the team. Carson fell prey to injury again last year, leaving the remainder of the season in Nick Foles' hands. With Foles on the Jaguars now, there is no longer that strong safety net of a backup QB behind Wentz, who has shown himself to be quite injury prone in his first three seasons in the NFL.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Carson Wentz
Carson Wentz C. Wentz
11
80
#15 QB 6'5" 237 27 12/30/92 5 2016 1 2 North Dakota State
QB
Kyle Lauletta
Kyle Lauletta K. Lauletta
0
66
#103 QB 6'2" 219 25 3/17/95 2 2018 4 108 Richmond
RB
Miles Sanders
Miles Sanders M. Sanders
26
74
#84 RB 5'11" 211 22 5/1/97 2 2019 2 53 Penn State
RB
Elijah Holyfield
Elijah Holyfield E. Holyfield
33
70
#138 RB 5'10" 215 22 11/30/97 1 2019 Georgia
RB
Boston Scott
Boston Scott B. Scott
35
67
#126 RB 5'6" 203 24 4/27/95 2 2018 6 201 Louisiana Tech
WR
Alshon Jeffery
Alshon Jeffery A. Jeffery
17
88
#20 WR 6'3" 218 30 2/14/90 9 2012 2 45 South Carolina
WR
DeSean Jackson
DeSean Jackson D. Jackson
10
87
#22 WR 5'10" 175 33 12/1/86 13 2008 2 49 California
WR
JJ Arcega-Whiteside
JJ Arcega-Whiteside J. Arcega-Whiteside
19
72
#157 WR 6'2" 225 23 12/31/96 2 2019 2 57 Stanford
WR
Marcus Green
Marcus Green M. Green
0
72
#210 WR 5'8" 191 23 8/13/96 1 2019 6 203 Louisiana-Monroe
WR
Deontay Burnett
Deontay Burnett D. Burnett
16
69
#264 WR 6'0" 186 22 10/4/97 2 2018 USC
WR
Shelton Gibson
Shelton Gibson S. Gibson
83
69
#252 WR 5'11" 191 25 3/20/95 3 2017 5 166 West Virginia
WR
River Cracraft
River Cracraft R. Cracraft
0
68
#281 WR 6'0" 198 25 11/1/94 2 2017 Washington State
WR
Greg Ward
Greg Ward G. Ward
84
68
5'11" 190 24 7/12/95 2 2017 Houston
WR
Marken Michel
Marken Michel M. Michel
0
68
#267 WR 5'11" 191 26 7/6/93 1 2016 Massachusetts
WR
Robert Davis
Robert Davis R. Davis
14
67
#296 WR 6'3" 210 25 4/2/95 3 2017 6 209 Georgia State
TE
Zach Ertz
Zach Ertz Z. Ertz
86
91
#2 TE 6'5" 250 29 11/10/90 8 2013 2 35 Stanford
TE
Dallas Goedert
Dallas Goedert D. Goedert
88
81
#21 TE 6'5" 256 25 1/3/95 3 2018 2 49 South Dakota State
TE
Joshua Perkins
Joshua Perkins J. Perkins
0
73
#162 TE 6'3" 223 26 8/5/93 3 2016 Washington
TE
Alex Ellis
Alex Ellis A. Ellis
0
65
#91 TE 6'4" 245 27 2/10/93 3 2016 Tennessee
C
Jason Kelce
Jason Kelce J. Kelce
62
93
#2 C 6'3" 295 32 11/5/87 10 2011 6 191 Cincinnati
C
Keegan Render
Keegan Render K. Render
0
74
#31 C 6'4" 307 24 11/23/95 1 2019 Iowa
OG
Brandon Brooks
Brandon Brooks B. Brooks
79
92
#3 OG 6'5" 335 30 8/19/89 9 2012 3 76 Miami (Ohio)
OG
Isaac Seumalo
Isaac Seumalo I. Seumalo
73
73
#70 OG 6'4" 303 26 10/29/93 5 2016 3 79 Oregon State
OG
Matt Pryor
Matt Pryor M. Pryor
69
69
#113 OG 6'7" 332 25 12/16/94 3 2018 6 206 Texas Christian
OG
Iosua Opeta
Iosua Opeta I. Opeta
78
68
6'4" 305 23 8/15/96 1 2019 Weber State
OG
Nate Herbig
Nate Herbig N. Herbig
67
68
6'4" 334 21 7/10/98 2 2019 Stanford
OT
Lane Johnson
Lane Johnson L. Johnson
65
88
#7 OT 6'6" 317 29 5/8/90 8 2013 1 4 Oklahoma
OT
Andre Dillard
Andre Dillard A. Dillard
77
73
#69 OT 6'5" 315 24 10/3/95 2 2019 1 22 Washington State
OT
Jordan Mailata
Jordan Mailata J. Mailata
68
67
#125 OT 6'8" 346 23 3/31/97 3 2018 7 233 No College
DT
Javon Hargrave
Javon Hargrave J. Hargrave
0
78
#11 DT 6'2" 305 27 2/7/93 5 2016 3 89 South Carolina State
DT
Anthony Rush
Anthony Rush A. Rush
66
72
#12 DT 6'5" 350 23 9/1/96 2 2019 Alabama-Birmingham
DT
Albert Huggins
Albert Huggins A. Huggins
0
72
#106 DT 6'3" 305 22 6/27/97 1 2019 Clemson
DT
Bruce Hector
Bruce Hector B. Hector
90
69
#112 DT 6'2" 296 25 10/7/94 2 2018 South Florida
DE
Fletcher Cox
Fletcher Cox F. Cox
91
94
#2 DE 6'4" 310 29 12/13/90 9 2012 1 12 Mississippi State
DE
Malik Jackson
Malik Jackson M. Jackson
97
82
#15 DE 6'5" 290 30 1/11/90 9 2012 5 137 Tennessee
DE
Derek Barnett
Derek Barnett D. Barnett
96
78
#38 DE 6'3" 259 23 6/25/96 4 2017 1 14 Tennessee
DE
Shareef Miller
Shareef Miller S. Miller
51
75
#68 DE 6'4" 254 23 3/14/97 2 2019 4 138 Penn State
DE
Daeshon Hall
Daeshon Hall D. Hall
74
68
#126 DE 6'5" 265 24 6/14/95 4 2017 3 77 Texas A&M
LB
Brandon Graham
Brandon Graham B. Graham
55
91
#5 LB 6'2" 265 32 4/3/88 11 2010 1 13 Michigan
LB
Genard Avery
Genard Avery G. Avery
58
77
#35 LB 6'0" 250 24 4/26/95 3 2018 5 150 Memphis
LB
Duke Riley
Duke Riley D. Riley
50
71
#95 LB 6'1" 218 25 8/9/94 4 2017 3 75 LSU
LB
Alex Singleton
Alex Singleton A. Singleton
0
69
#114 LB 6'2" 240 26 12/7/93 2 2015 Montana State
LB
T.J. Edwards
T.J. Edwards T. Edwards
57
68
6'1" 242 23 8/12/96 2 2019 Wisconsin
LB
Josh Sweat
Josh Sweat J. Sweat
94
68
#134 LB 6'5" 251 23 3/29/97 3 2018 4 130 Florida State
LB
Joe Ostman
Joe Ostman J. Ostman
95
65
#207 LB 6'3" 259 24 7/12/95 2 2018 Central Michigan
CB
Darius Slay
Darius Slay D. Slay
0
91
#6 CB 6'0" 190 29 1/1/91 8 2013 2 36 Mississippi State
CB
Avonte Maddox
Avonte Maddox A. Maddox
29
79
#46 CB 5'9" 184 24 3/31/96 3 2018 4 125 Pittsburgh
CB
Sidney Jones
Sidney Jones S. Jones
22
78
#60 CB 6'0" 181 23 5/21/96 3 2017 2 43 Washington
CB
Trevor Williams
Trevor Williams T. Williams
0
77
#63 CB 5'11" 191 26 9/15/93 5 2016 Penn State
CB
Cre'von Leblanc
Cre'von Leblanc C. Leblanc
34
72
#141 CB 5'10" 190 25 7/25/94 5 2016 Florida Atlantic
CB
Rasul Douglas
Rasul Douglas R. Douglas
32
71
#150 CB 6'2" 209 24 8/29/95 4 2017 3 99 West Virginia
CB
Craig James
Craig James C. James
39
69
#179 CB 5'10" 195 23 4/29/96 2 2018 Southern Illinois
CB
Tremon Smith
Tremon Smith T. Smith
0
69
#130 CB 5'11" 190 23 7/20/96 3 2018 6 196 Central Arkansas
FS
Malcolm Jenkins
Malcolm Jenkins M. Jenkins
27
94
#2 FS 6'0" 204 32 12/20/87 12 2009 1 14 Ohio State
FS
Nathan Gerry
Nathan Gerry N. Gerry
47
70
#108 FS 6'2" 230 25 2/23/95 4 2017 5 184 Nebraska
S
Marcus Epps
Marcus Epps M. Epps
37
71
#53 S 6'0" 198 24 1/27/96 2 2019 6 191 Wyoming
LS
Rick Lovato
Rick Lovato R. Lovato
45 6'2" 249 27 9/9/92 4 2015 Old Dominion
P
Cameron Johnston
Cameron Johnston C. Johnston
1
73
#28 P 5'11" 194 28 2/24/92 3 2017 Ohio State
PK
Jake Elliott
Jake Elliott J. Elliott
4
72
#33 PK 5'9" 167 25 1/21/95 4 2017 5 153 Memphis

Top 3 Eagles Roster Questions of 2019-2020

What does not having Foles on the roster mean for the Eagles?

Well, quite literally, it means that the QB backing Wentz is now Nate Sudfeld who's in his third season with the Eagles. Behind him is Clayton Thorson who the Eagles drafted in the 5th round of the NFL Draft this year out of Northwestern. The main difference, however, comes in the form of an overall feeling. If Wentz goes down due to an injury again this year, there simply is no more Nick Foles magic to come in behind him and hold things down. It's not necessarily a hot take to say that Foles is a stronger backup than Sudfeld. Foles is a starting-caliber QB who the Eagles managed to keep for years before he finally got his chance to live out that potential for the Jaguars this year.

What can we expect from the Eagles defense this season?

Last year, the Eagles defense ranked 15th in DVOA in the NFL. I'm of the belief that they'll rank much higher this year, as they already had one of the strongest defensive lines in the NFL last year and went out and added some more talent to beef it up. Malik Jackson and Vinny Curry make nice additions to that line that was already comprised of strong players in Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham, and Derek Barnett. As of now, the linebacker position isn't something the Eagles are strong in, but their secondary seems to at least make up for some of that. If they're going to make a bid for a top defense in the league, it's going to be on the heels of their defensive line, though. There's just no way around that, as it is obviously the strongest part of this defense.

Is this roster good enough to make another deep playoff run?

In short, yes. The Eagles have just as strong as a roster as most other playoff contenders. The difference? Well, they don't have nearly as difficult a schedule as other NFC contenders have slated for the year. Playing the Redskins and Giants twice should prove to be an easy four wins for the Birds. Meanwhile, the Bears, Saints, and Rams are all going to have to play their divisional opponents twice who are also looking at making Super Bowl runs, like the Packers, Falcons, Vikings, and Seahawks. The Eagles having a strong roster is one thing, but scheduling also makes a huge difference in a team's playoff and Super Bowl contention.