Philadelphia Eagles: Final grades for every practice squad member

Travis Fulgham #13, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Travis Fulgham #13, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /
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Michael Jacquet #38, Philadelphia Eagles
Michael Jacquet #38, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Dustin Satloff/Getty Images) /

The Philadelphia Eagles offensive scout team grades (continued)

CB Michael Jacquet

A controversial player in Philly, Jacquet is known by many Philly fans as ‘the guy who sucked against the Cowboys’. Still, his size alone made him stand out, as, at the end of last season, Jacquet was the only CB over 6’0″ on the Eagles’ roster. Now, the Eagles have Melifonwu, who is 6’4″, so Jacquet was demoted as a victim of circumstance. However, at 24, Jacquet still has chances to succeed, even if he has to wait on the practice team for a while. Grade: B-

CB Craig James

Craig James feels like the type of player that is always there for the Eagles but never gets the chance to shine in the spotlight. James was injured last season and didn’t participate much, but the year before, he deflected a ball that resulted in a Nigel Bradham INT, which allowed the Eagles to beat the Packers 34-27. Since then, James hasn’t done much but has the chance to come into a game if he needs to. Grade: B

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S Elijah Riley

Elijah Riley signed with the Eagles last year as a UDFA, and played in 5 games, but never recorded any stats. With Rodney McLeod activated off the PUP list, the acquisition of Anthony Harris this offseason, and the projected development of K’Von Wallace in his sophomore season, the Eagles’ safety group is locked up and Riley was sent to the practice squad. Riley, while unproven, is only 23, with a chance to develop. Grade: B