Quarterbacks (3) – Sam Bradford, Chase Daniel, Carson Wentz
This is obviously the easiest position to predict. It is possibly the deepest quarterback group in the league. Wentz could see playing time if the Eagles are no longer in playoff contention at some point in 2016.
Running Backs (4) – Ryan Mathews, Darren Sproles, Kenjon Barner, Wendell Smallwood
Smallwood, even though he was injured for much of camp, should be a safe bet to make the squad. If he was put on the practice squad, someone would pick him up.
Receivers (5) – Jordan Matthews, Dorial Green-Beckham, Nelson Agholor (above), Josh Huff, Paul Turner
With the recent release of both Rueben Randle and Chris Givens, Paul Turner makes his way onto the roster. Josh Huff most likely saved his job with his performance on Saturday in Indianapolis. This group is young, really young, but does have potential.
Tight Ends (3) – Zach Ertz, Brent Celek, Trey Burton
Ertz gets most of the attention, but the guys behind him can play well too. Celek has been one of the more underrated tight ends in the league over the past five years. Burton is a lot like Celek in that he can be effective in blocking, receiving and running after the catch.
Tackles (4) – Jason Peters, Lane Johnson, Matt Tobin, Halapoulivaati Vaitai
If Johnson is indeed suspended, Allen Barbre steps out to right tackle, but there hasn’t been an official announcement from the league office on that yet. Matt Tobin provides some experienced depth and Big V, a fifth-round pick in 2016, may be the right tackle of the future.
Guards (3) – Brandon Brooks, Allen Barbre, Isaac Seumalo
Brandon Brooks is firmly entrenched as the starter on the right side. As was already stated, Barbre could shift out to right tackle due to Johnson’s possible suspension. Seumalo provides good depth and could be starting by season’s end.
Centers (2) – Jason Kelce, Stephen Wisniewski
Kelce is the obvious starter at center. Wisniewski gives Doug Pederson the ability to carry one less offensive lineman because he can fill in at both center and guard. That versatility in an offensive lineman is a coaching staff’s dream.
Special Teams (3) – John Dorenbos, Donnie Jones, Caleb Sturgis
Dorenbos is the only long snapper on the roster and the same goes for punter Donnie Jones. Cody Parkey loses out to Caleb Sturgis who has just been more consistent throughout camp and preseason action.
Here is a list of some of the offensive guys that could wind up on the practice squad:
RB Byron Marshall
WR Marcus Johnson
WR David Watford
T Dillon Gordon
G Darrell Greene
C Josh Andrews