Philadelphia Eagles way-too-early roster projections: Offensive line edition

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Which offensive linemen make the Philadelphia Eagles’ final roster?

Football is back. Philadelphia Eagles training camp is officially underway. The first public practice is on August 8th. The Pittsburgh Steelers come to town to start the preseason on August 12th. It’s a great time of year. Rookie head coach Nick Sirianni and sophomore quarterback Jalen Hurts will lead the team into a new era of Eagles football.

Before the 89th season in franchise history gets underway, it’s time to finish our training camp 53-man roster prediction. The skill positions are complete. Now, we look to the trenches. Starting with the offensive line, things look much better than they did last year.

Fans rarely saw the same five men on the field from game to game and sometimes from quarter to quarter.  If healthy, this group is one of the best in the league. Last year was an unusual number of injuries but they will still need all hands on deck with the right side of the line not getting any younger.

The biggest question mark will be the left tackle position depending upon who wins the battle. The other four positions should not pose any issues. Most of the backups this year now have experience as starters. That is one of the few positives that came from the 2020 season.

While the plan is for them not to see the field as often, they are more than ready to go if it comes down to it. With that said, let’s dive into which offensive lineman the Eagles will keep and which they will let go of.