Carlton Agudosi, WR
Carlton Agudosi has stood out for multiple reasons this offseason. First of all, he’s hard to miss. Standing tall at six-foot-six-inches, Agudosi is undoubtedly a player that is easy to find. Second, he’s been pretty productive throughout training camp. He’s got the ideal size and drive to make it, but will he be able to produce on the field?
Orlando Scandrick, CB
Once upon a time, Orlando Scandrick was a key defensive back with the Dallas Cowboys. The Eagles brought in Scandrick to fill in for an injured Cre’Von LeBlanc, and he might end up being here longer than expected. I don’t want to jinx anything, but if the Eagles threw the veteran cornerback solely in the slot, we could see some sort of Patrick Robinson-type of resurgence here.
Johnathan Cyprien, S
Similar to Scandrick, Johnathan Cyprien was brought in for an injury-related reason, or so we think. Either way, Cyprien has already made a solid impact on the team since his arrival. He hasn’t played in a game since 2017, so he’s most likely excited to get back out onto the field so he can show the teams who got rid of him what they are missing. Ironically enough, he’s playing the team that cut him recently.
Josh Adams, RB
Last season, Josh Adams led the Eagles in rushing yards. As an undrafted free agent, he was quite impressive. This year, it sounds like Adams is still solid, but the Eagles might not need him unless he has a really strong preseason. We’ll see if that’s the case starting Thursday when Adams should get a pretty fair workload out of the backfield.