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Breaking Down The Eagles’ Offensive Depth Chart

The Philadelphia Eagles will open up the preseason at home on Friday night against the New York Jets. The starters are not expected to play much in the first preseason game, but it will be great to see Eagles football again. Here is the expected Eagles’ depth chart starting with the offensive side of the ball.

Eagles’ Offensive Depth Chart

At the quarterback position, the starting quarterback will be Jalen Hurts. The second string will be Gardner Minshew, and the third will be Reid Stinnett. There is a fourth-string quarterback in rookie Carson Strong out of Nevada who is battling for a practice squad spot.

The entire offseason seemed to revolve around newly acquired Wide Receiver, A.J. Brown. Brown had three successful season in Tennessee and is a huge upgrade over Jalen Reagor at that position. On the other side, the Eagles have second year receiver Devonta Smith, who led Philly in receiving last season. Quez Watkins is another playmaker, and there is also Zack Pascal, Greg Ward and John Hightower, who have the potential to be playmakers.

Last season, quarterback Jalen Hurts gained more yards than Miles Sanders, who is the starting running back. Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott are very talented running backs. If the Eagles can get back the Boston Scott from 2020, he can compete for the starting running back position. The Eagles also have more backs in Jason Huntley and Kennedy Brooks, but they have had limited action. Fans will get a chance to see them in the first preseason game.

The tight end position is Dallas Goedert’s, but the depth behind him is unproven. Philadelphia has Richard Rodgers with experience. They also have other tight ends with limited action such as Grant Calcaterra, Jack Stoll, Noah Togiai, and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside. There will be a chance to watch these guys in action on Friday night, but not all will make the roster.

The offensive line position was in the sporting news this week as center Jason Kelce undergoes elbow surgery and is out indefinitely. Cam Jurgens will fill in for Kelce at the center position until Kelce returns.

The Eagles have Lane Johnson back and Jordan Mailata at the tackle positions. At left tackle depth, the Eagles will have Andre Dillard and Le’Raven Clark to fill in as needed. Jack Driscoll, Kayode Awosika, and Jarrid Williams will provide the Eagles depth on the right side of the ball.

In Conclusion

This is the season’s first depth chart, and I can’t wait to see who looks good on Friday night. The Eagles are very talented and have what it takes to light up the scoreboard. It is great that football season is finally here after a long offseason. What makes it even better is that Eagles football is finally here, and I can’t wait to see what they do with the moves they made in free agency.

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