7 Philadelphia Eagles with much to lose during the 2022 NFL Draft

Fletcher Cox #91, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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Cameron Malveaux #59, Philadelphia Eagles
Cameron Malveaux #59, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images) /

. Cameron Malveaux. . player. 54. .

The back half of the Philadelphia Eagles depth chart isn’t overly impressive.

An undrafted free agent that signed with the Miami Dolphins shortly after the 2017 draft wrapped, Cameron Malveaux found his way onto five other rosters between 2018 and 2020 before finding his way onto the Eagles practice squad on September 29th of 2021.

He saw limited time during the 2021-2022 NFL season, appearing in three regular-season games and Philly’s lone playoff game, but the recent acquisition of Haason Reddick, the re-signing of Derek Barnett, and the possible addition of another edge rusher by Philadelphia in the coming NFL Draft could push guys like Malveaux further down the depth chart and, eventually, off of the Eagles’ roster.

. . . Richard Rodgers. . player. 54

The Eagles aren’t as stocked at the tight end position as they have been in years past. Having Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert simultaneously has spoiled us some regardless of how it ended. Think about it. This team has gone from Chad Lewis to L.J. Smith, and that eventually led us to Brent Celek, Ertz, and Goedert. Trey Burton was a nice piece too while he was here.

Philly doesn’t seem to be as stocked as they once were. Jack Stoll is okay. Tyree Jackson is a former quarterback the Eagles want to be a tight end. Noah Togiai is a project, and Richard Rodgers is aging.

Don’t rule out the idea of Philly taking one of the talented tight ends that should be available during all three days of the draft process. That would give Philadelphia a ‘Robin’ for Dallas Goedert’s ‘Batman’, but it could also influence their decision to move on from Rodgers once and for all.