Philadelphia Eagles who may be playing their final game with this team

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Might this be the swan song for several well-known Philadelphia Eagles?

It’s perhaps the one thing that no one ever has to be reminded of when it comes to the NFL. Change is constant. Look at it this way. The Philadelphia Eagles hired a coach in 2016 with the hope that he could resurrect a dying franchise out of apathy and take it to places its previous leader, Chip Kelly, couldn’t. Then, Philly traded up twice to land in a position to draft a quarterback for that coach.

Carson Wentz was that quarterback’s name, but here we are. We’re a little over five years removed from that arranged marriage, and both Wentz and Pederson are gone. Wait! This team did win a Super Bowl right?

Yep! Change!

Heading into the 2021 regular season, things are again unfamiliar. The head coach and his staff are new. The offense belongs to a second-round draft choice who has made four starts and completed 52 percent of his passes as a rookie, but no one’s panicking, at least not on the inside.

One game remains on the preseason slate before the Eagles tackle the first 18-week and 17-game schedule in franchise history. Once that game wraps a roster of 80 men must be trimmed to a 53-man roster and a 16-man practice squad. Expect some surprises. Here are four well-known Birds that, like it or not, could be playing their final game in an Eagles jersey come Friday night’s game versus the New York Jets.