Ranking Philadelphia Eagles potential 2023 offseason free agents

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Ndamukong Suh #74, Philadelphia Eagles
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Eagles 2023 projected free agents: Tier 3. The ‘don’t rule anything out’ section

If the Eagles haven’t taught you anything else, they’ve shown you over and over again that there will be unexpected signings and the reacquisition of some guys that we all thought were leaving.

Maybe some of the guys that landed on the ‘not quite expendable but potentially out of here’ tier deserve to be on this list instead. Then again, we still have a few more weeks of games that need to be played.

12. Ndamukong Suh

Yeah, we know! We know! No one believes Ndamukong Suh will be back next season. We don’t believe Ndamukong Suh will be back next season, but then again, we didn’t even think he’d be an Eagle in the first place. Plus, we wanted to give you guys something to argue about.

Stay tuned!

11. Marcus Epps

Marcus Epps is fearless, scrappy, physical, and durable. He’s also six-foot-tall and just under 200 pounds. In other words, he’s Michael Vick’s size.

If there’s enough money to go around, we have minimal issues with him returning, but that’s the problem here. There may not be enough money to go around.

10. Zach Pascal

Once upon a time, Nick Sirianni labeled J.J. Arcega-Whiteside as “The Enforcer”, and the world went bananas. We all got a good laugh out of that one. Zach Pascal has been an upgrade, but he’s no lock to return.

Here’s where we stand. Again, we have no issues with starting an argument. We’re beginning to believe that we’d rather have Zach on the field than Quez Watkins, unless of course, Quez is being asked to run a go route.

9.  Isaac Seumalo, guard

Perhaps the most underrated player on the Eagles’ roster, Isaac Seumalo is a beast. He does just about everything right while simply never getting the credit that he deserves.

Perhaps that is because he plays with so many stars on the Eagles’ O-line, he’ll be overshadowed more often than not, but if you take him off of Philadelphia’s roster and insert him in another lineup, he’d elevate that O-line and do so immediately. There has been no talk of an extension, but hang on. There might be.