The Philadelphia Eagles battle at right guard could be one to watch.
With the addition of Jason Peters on July 14th, the Philadelphia Eagles‘ starting offensive line is set, though it will look a little different than the one we’ve been watching since Doug Pederson arrived in 2016. Brandon Brooks is hurt, as you know, so with the signing of “The Bodyguard”, the man who’s been a fixture at left tackle now tries his hand at the right guard position in his 12th season as an Eagle.
To his left is Jason Kelce. He’s a lock at the center, and Lane Johnson is your favorite team’s starting right tackle. Call it a crazy hunch, but the right side of the Eagles’ offensive line could be the best in all of the NFL. Matt Pryor waits in the wings if anything happens to “J.P.”
To Kelce’s left is one of the game’s most underrated and versatile linemen, left guard Isaac Seumalo. The second-year man, Andre Dillard, takes over as the team’s starting left tackle. That’s a nice lineup. Now, we all will look to see who the reserves are, especially at guard with Peters back in the fold.
Cuts will be made. Some of them will be gut-wrenching and tough to watch, but here are the three Eagles with the most to lose following the addition of Jason Peters.