Philadelphia Eagles Roster 2020 Philadelphia Eagles Roster

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The Philadelphia Eagles desperately needed to get some depth at wide receiver as they were left thin last season. The secondary also struggled. Adding Darius Slay is a big piece for Philadelphia as he has been a shutdown corner over the last few seasons. They also drafted Jalen Reagor out of TCU who is a burner. While they didn't completely revamp their receiving core, they still have two of the best tight ends in the game with Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz. They also have Miles Sanders, who had a very strong finish to his rookie season.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Carson Wentz
Carson Wentz C. Wentz
11
83
#12 QB 6'5" 237 27 12/30/92 5 2016 1 2 North Dakota State
QB
Jalen Hurts
Jalen Hurts J. Hurts
2
71
#35 QB 6'1" 222 22 8/7/98 0 2020 2 53 Oklahoma
QB
Nate Sudfeld
Nate Sudfeld N. Sudfeld
7
67
#47 QB 6'6" 236 26 10/7/93 5 2016 6 187 Indiana
RB
Miles Sanders
Miles Sanders M. Sanders
26
77
#43 RB 5'11" 211 23 5/1/97 2 2019 2 53 Penn State
RB
Boston Scott
Boston Scott B. Scott
35
73
#68 RB 5'7" 203 25 4/27/95 2 2018 6 201 Louisiana Tech
RB
Corey Clement
Corey Clement C. Clement
30
72
#75 RB 5'10" 221 25 11/2/94 4 2017 Wisconsin
RB
Jason Huntley
Jason Huntley J. Huntley
32
67
#116 RB 5'8" 180 22 4/20/98 0 2020 5 172 New Mexico State
WR
Alshon Jeffery
Alshon Jeffery A. Jeffery
17
84
#24 WR 6'3" 216 30 2/14/90 9 2012 2 45 South Carolina
WR
DeSean Jackson
DeSean Jackson D. Jackson
10
84
#24 WR 5'10" 175 33 12/1/86 13 2008 2 49 California
WR
JJ Arcega-Whiteside
JJ Arcega-Whiteside J. Arcega-Whiteside
19
73
#119 WR 6'2" 225 23 12/31/96 2 2019 2 57 Stanford
WR
Jalen Reagor
Jalen Reagor J. Reagor
18
70
#168 WR 5'11" 206 21 1/1/99 0 2020 1 21 TCU
WR
John Hightower
John Hightower J. Hightower
82
67
#228 WR 6'1" 189 24 5/31/96 0 2020 5 168 Boise State
WR
Greg Ward Jr
Greg Ward Jr G. W. Jr
84
67
#228 WR 5'10" 186 25 7/12/95 1 2017 Houston
TE
Zach Ertz
Zach Ertz Z. Ertz
86
91
#4 TE 6'5" 249 29 10/10/90 8 2013 2 35 Stanford
TE
Dallas Goedert
Dallas Goedert D. Goedert
88
78
#31 TE 6'5" 256 25 1/3/95 3 2018 2 49 South Dakota State
TE
Richard Rodgers
Richard Rodgers R. Rodgers
85
73
#56 TE 6'4" 257 28 1/22/92 7 2014 3 98 California
C
Jason Kelce
Jason Kelce J. Kelce
62
92
#2 C 6'3" 280 32 11/5/87 10 2011 6 191 Cincinnati
OG
Iosua Opeta
Iosua Opeta I. Opeta
78
67
#68 OG 6'4" 301 24 8/15/96 1 2019 Weber State
OG
Nate Herbig
Nate Herbig N. Herbig
67
67
#68 OG 6'3" 338 25 10/7/94 2 2019 Stanford
OG
Matt Pryor
Matt Pryor M. Pryor
69
67
#68 OG 6'7" 358 25 12/16/94 3 2018 6 206 TCU
OG
Jamon Brown
Jamon Brown J. Brown
66
67
#68 OG 6'4" 323 27 3/15/93 6 2015 3 72 Louisville
OG
Jack Driscoll
Jack Driscoll J. Driscoll
63
67
#68 OG 6'5" 306 23 4/1/97 0 2020 4 145 Auburn
OT
Lane Johnson
Lane Johnson L. Johnson
65
88
#9 OT 6'6" 303 30 5/8/90 8 2013 1 4 Oklahoma
OT
Jason Peters
Jason Peters J. Peters
71
79
#10 OT 6'4" 340 38 1/22/82 17 2004 Arkansas
OT
Jordan Mailata
Jordan Mailata J. Mailata
68
67
#81 OT 6'8" 345 23 3/31/97 3 2018 7 233 No College
DT
Javon Hargrave
Javon Hargrave J. Hargrave
93
82
#19 DT 6'1" 309 27 2/7/93 5 2016 3 89 South Carolina State
DT
Hassan Ridgeway
Hassan Ridgeway H. Ridgeway
98
67
#93 DT 6'3" 303 25 11/2/94 5 2016 4 116 Texas
DE
Fletcher Cox
Fletcher Cox F. Cox
91
94
#3 DE 6'4" 298 29 12/13/90 9 2012 1 12 Mississippi State
DE
Malik Jackson
Malik Jackson M. Jackson
97
78
#34 DE 6'5" 284 30 1/11/90 9 2012 5 137 Tennessee
DE
Derek Barnett
Derek Barnett D. Barnett
96
74
#58 DE 6'3" 259 24 6/25/96 4 2017 1 14 Tennessee
LB
Brandon Graham
Brandon Graham B. Graham
55
84
#22 LB 6'1" 274 32 4/3/88 11 2010 1 13 Michigan
LB
Genard Avery
Genard Avery G. Avery
58
77
#49 LB 6'0" 248 25 4/26/95 3 2018 5 150 Memphis
LB
Josh Sweat
Josh Sweat J. Sweat
94
71
#110 LB 6'5" 251 23 3/29/97 3 2018 4 130 Florida State
LB
Duke Riley
Duke Riley D. Riley
50
69
#136 LB 6'1" 231 26 8/9/94 4 2017 3 75 LSU
LB
Alex Singleton
Alex Singleton A. Singleton
49
67
#167 LB 6'2" 242 26 12/7/93 2 2015 Montana State
LB
T.J. Edwards
T.J. Edwards T. Edwards
57
67
#167 LB 6'0" 230 24 8/12/96 2 2019 Wisconsin
LB
Davion Taylor
Davion Taylor D. Taylor
52
67
#167 LB 6'0" 228 22 8/5/98 0 2020 3 103 Colorado
LB
Shaun Bradley
Shaun Bradley S. Bradley
54
67
#167 LB 6'1" 235 23 4/8/97 0 2020 6 196 Temple
LB
Casey Toohill
Casey Toohill C. Toohill
56
67
#167 LB 6'4" 250 24 8/21/96 0 2020 7 233 Stanford
CB
Darius Slay
Darius Slay D. Slay
24
87
#12 CB 6'0" 190 29 1/1/91 8 2013 2 36 Mississippi State
CB
Avonte Maddox
Avonte Maddox A. Maddox
29
76
#68 CB 5'9" 184 24 3/31/96 3 2018 4 125 Pittsburgh
CB
Cre'von Leblanc
Cre'von Leblanc C. Leblanc
34
74
#89 CB 5'10" 192 26 7/25/94 5 2016 Florida Atlantic
CB
Nickell Robey-Coleman
Nickell Robey-Coleman N. Robey-Coleman
31 5'7" 169 28 1/17/92 0 2013 USC
SS
Rudy Ford
Rudy Ford R. Ford
36
68
#47 SS 5'11" 205 25 11/1/94 3 2017 6 208 Auburn
SS
K'Von Wallace
K'Von Wallace K. Wallace
42
67
#55 SS 5'11" 206 23 7/25/97 0 2020 4 127 Clemson
FS
Rodney McLeod
Rodney McLeod R. McLeod
23
78
#20 FS 5'11" 183 30 6/23/90 9 2012 Virginia
FS
Jalen Mills
Jalen Mills J. Mills
21
75
#27 FS 6'0" 191 26 4/6/94 5 2016 7 233 LSU
FS
Nathan Gerry
Nathan Gerry N. Gerry
47
68
#48 FS 6'2" 218 25 2/23/95 4 2017 5 184 Nebraska
S
Marcus Epps
Marcus Epps M. Epps
22
67
#5 S 6'0" 197 24 1/27/96 0 2019 6 191 Wyoming
LS
Rick Lovato
Rick Lovato R. Lovato
45 6'2" 233 28 9/9/92 4 2015 Old Dominion
P
Cameron Johnston
Cameron Johnston C. Johnston
1
67
#27 P 6'0" 197 28 2/24/92 3 2017 Ohio State
PK
Jake Elliott
Jake Elliott J. Elliott
4
72
#18 PK 5'9" 167 25 1/21/95 4 2017 5 153 Memphis

Eagles Roster Questions

FAQ

After a Super Bowl-winning season, the Philadelphia Eagles found themselves with some clear needs. Wide receivers and secondary players were the most crucial need. The Eagles traded for Darius Slay and drafted Jalen Reagor this offseason, which gives them big help for what they need. They already have a very strong offensive line that is held down by Lane Johnson, Brandon Brooks, and Jason Kelce. However, Brooks will miss the upcoming season with an injury. One of the main highlights of the Eagles roster is the strong, tight ends they have with Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz. They will need some production from Alshon Jeffery, who has been banged up recently. The ageing wide receiver core with DeSean Jackson is also in need of good health and helping out this Eagles offense. Outside of that, the Eagles have a strong roster ready for another playoff run.

How Much Are The Philadelphia Eagles Worth?

The Philadelphia Eagles rank 10th in team value they were worth $3 billion. The Eagles play in a large market and one of the more marketable divisions with the Cowboys in it. They had revenue of over $480 million last season.

Who Owns The Philadelphia Eagles?

Jeffrey Lurie is one of the more popular owners in the NFL as is the face of the Eagles organization and has been since 1994. This was after failed attempts to buy the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots.

Who Is The Eagles Head Coach?

Doug Pederson is the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles and has been since 2016. Pederson was also an offensive coordinator at Kansas City during the 2013 and 2015 seasons. Pederson is one of the more creative offensive minds in the game today.

What Is The Eagles Salary Cap?

The Eagles have a salary cap of $222,099,934. Fletcher Cox is their highest-paid player with a cap hit of $23 million, and that is 10% of the Eagles cap space. The Eagles, despite having a lot of big names, still have some cap space to work with for next season.

Who Did The Eagles Recently Sign?

Needing help in the secondary the Eagles went out and signed Nickell Robey-Coleman who is a talented slot cornerback. Adding him into the mix with Darius Slay and a talented safety unit, the Eagles should be much improved in this department.

Who Is The Eagles Backup Quarterback?

Nick Foles was the notable backup name who went on a playoff run winning a Super Bowl, but he is now with the Chicago Bears. Jalen Hurts was a surprise draft pick and will be the Eagles backup quarterback for the upcoming season.

Who Did The Eagles Most Recently Trade For?

The Eagles most recently traded for Darius Slay from the Detroit Lions, and only had to give up a minimal return of picks to get him. Slay is considered one of the top cornerbacks in the game and will give an immediate boost to the Eagles secondary that struggled.