Rookie Landon Dickerson projects to start a left guard, if he can recover from last December’ ACL surgery.
By Michael Grimm
Zach Ertz is still on the Eagles roster and the Eagles might bring him to training camp to see whether a potential trade pops up.
If Ertz sticks, he’ll play more than Greg Ward, who has developed into a serviceable slot receiver. The Eagles can also crowd the field with vertical threats when DeVonta Smith, Jalen Reagor and Travis Fulgham are on the field at the same time.
Developing Jalen Hurts is obviously the biggest priority here. His terrific running ability and early success in play-action gives him a foundation to build off.
Here is the projected depth chart:
|QB||Jalen Hurts||DE||Brandon Graham|
|RB||Miles Sanders||DT||Fletcher Cox|
|WR||DeVonta Smith||DT||Javon Hargrave|
|WR||Jalen Reagor||DE||Derek Barnett|
|WR||Greg Ward||LB||Eric Wilson|
|TE||Dallas Goedert||LB||Alex Singleton|
|LT||Andre Dillard||CB||Darius Slay|
|LG||Landon Dickerson||CB||Avonte Maddox|
|C||Jason Kelce||CB||Craig James|
|RG||Brandon Brooks||S||Rodney McLeod|
|RT||Lane Johnson||S||Anthony Harris|