Ranking every Eagles safety following the Ugo Amadi addition

Anthony Harris #28, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
Anthony Harris #28, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /
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K'Von Wallace #42, Philadelphia Eagles
K’Von Wallace #42, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images) /

. . . K'Von Wallace. 5. player. 54

K’Von Wallace, Jaquiski Tartt, and Anthony Harris should make the roster, but why is it that something doesn’t feel right?

Just being frank, K’Von Wallace has the potential to be something special, but he may be running out of time to prove that he will. The Clemson Tigers lined him up everywhere. He played in the box. He played deep and covered receivers in the slot. The hope was that would translate to the professional level and the Birds would be able to benefit from that same skill set.

That hasn’t happened yet, but sometimes it takes longer for the light to come on for some guys.

. . Jaquiski Tartt. 4. player. 54.

We’ve gone from the worry that comes from knowing that Jaquiski Tartt had to be away from his teammates while dealing with a personal matter to the relief that came from seeing him back at practice. Everyone is happy to see that everything seems to be okay.

Now, from a business standpoint, there’s no ignoring that he’s still in a battle to try and earn a roster spot. The room is packed, and he was having difficulty in adjusting the last time we saw him. Is it fair to state that earning a roster spot isn’t a sure thing?

54. . . . Anthony Harris. 3. player

Anthony Harris might be one of the best people walking the planet. No one can say anything about who he is as a person. Unfortunately, there are several obvious flaws in his game.

When the Eagles decided that they wanted to bring him back, the overwhelming response was most were confused about why he reacquired. Sadly, he’s done little to justify the decision. He hasn’t wowed anyone, but he’s still atop Philly’s depth chart. So, with that, we’ll slot him among the top three safeties the Birds have in their wheelhouse.