Philadelphia Eagles offensive line: Thoughts on every starter, prospect

Isaac Seumalo #73, Jason Kelce #62, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images)
Isaac Seumalo #73, Jason Kelce #62, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images) /
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Jack Driscoll, Philadelphia Eagles
Jack Driscoll, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

Let’s take inventory on every other Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman.

The expectation is that the Birds will carry nine or ten offensive into 2021’s regular season, so all of these guys are battling for about three or four roster spots. As mentioned, both Dillard and Mailata are making the roster, so six guys are already locks.

The centers: Harry Crider, Luke Juriga

Philly likes Luke Juriga, but it’s hard to imagine a scenario where either of these guys makes the roster now that Landon Dickerson is here.

The guards: Kayode Awosika, Nate Herbig, Sua Opeta, Matt Pryor, Landon Dickerson

Here’s how these guys rank. Place Dickerson and Nate Herbig in the top tier. Place Sua Opeta and Matt Pryor in the second. Kayode Awosika has a near-impossible climb to make this roster. He’s basically auditioning to play somewhere else.

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The tackles: Le’Raven Clark, Jack Driscoll, Brett Toth, Casey Tucker

There’s no reason to believe that Jack Driscoll won’t make this roster. He impressed in camp. He impressed in the regular season.

Unfortunately, he battled some injuries as a rookie, but there isn’t a player on this roster or a coach on staff that’s disappointed in where he is in terms of his development. Place Brett Toth, Casey Tucker, and Le’Raven Clark behind him on the depth chart in that order.