9. Mack Hollins
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All of a sudden, it just sort of feels like Hollins is just barely on the team. This is kind of a prove it year, and the unfortunate thing about this story is we’ve already mentioned the phrase ‘injury concerns’ in conjunction with a guy we always thought would be a nightmare matchup thanks to a nice blend of having a big frame and being faster than advertised.
10. Malcolm Jenkins
We know what you’re thinking. Jenkins doesn’t get hurt, but after turning in a season where he never came off of the field and after getting a little older (he’ll turn 32 years young this season), it’s fair to ask when one of Philly’s leaders on defense will begin to show signs or mortality.
Hopefully, ’27’ walks right through this season like he always does, but if something does happen, is anyone ready to step into his spot and assume that leadership role?
It is a question that’s worth being asked.