Updated Eagles roster, depth chart ahead of 2023 NFL Draft

Haason Reddick #7, Brandon Graham #55, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)
Haason Reddick #7, Brandon Graham #55, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images) /

They say the feelings you get from winning and losing are almost identical and the only difference between the two is the way you’re treated by the outside world. Try telling a Philadelphia Eagles fan that, right now. Let’s get something straight. Losing is worse, much worse. Let’s just say that it has been a rough stretch.

It’s been a little over two months since the Birds came four points short of hoisting a second Vince Lombardi Trophy and the confetti fell on the Kansas City Chiefs. Why then does it feel like it’s been six months? Even the scouting combine feels like ancient history.

Issues with time aside, the winners and losers of Super Bowl LVII begin almost identical journeys now. Neither team owns a win or a loss, and the next phase of the offseason brings us to yet another selection meeting, and that would have been the case had Philly actually closed the deal.

Another season is in our rearview mirror and another sits on the horizon. First things first. We have an NFL Draft to tackle.

Here’s a look at the projected Eagles roster/depth chart ahead of the 2023 NFL Draft.

Every offseason represents a chance to improve. There isn’t much more that Birds fans could have hoped for last season.. other than an NFL Comeback Player of the Year trophy for Brandon Graham, a Coach of the Year Trophy for Nick Sirianni, an MVP award for Jalen Hurts, and another Lombardi for the shelf. Let’s just say we’re still a little petty.

Before we can right those wrongs however we need to construct the 53-man roster. Here’s a look at where we currently sit before the Eagles add a few Birds to the nest at the next NFL Draft.


More changes will come during the NFL Draft and the remainder of the offseason until the initial 53-man roster is announced. Here’s how we’d expect the roster to be stacked so far.


Jalen Hurts, Marcus Mariota, Ian Book

Running back

Kenneth Gainwell, Boston Scott, Rashaad Penny, Trey Sermon, Kennedy Brooks

Wide receiver

A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, Quez Watkins, Olamide Zaccheaus, Greg Ward, Britain Covey, Tyrie Cleveland, Devon Allen

Tight end

Dallas Goedert, Jack Stoll, Grant Calcaterra, Dalton Keene

Left tackle

Jordan Mailata, Fred Johnson, Roderick Johnson, Julian Good-Jones

Left guard

Landon Dickerson, Sua Opeta, Josh Sills (exemption)


Jason Kelce, Cameron Tom

Right guard

Cam Jurgens, Brett Toth, Tyrese Robinson

Right tackle

Lane Johnson, Jack Driscoll, Jarrid Williams


Defensive end

Brandon Graham, Josh Sweat, Derek Barnett, Tarron Jackson, Janarius Robinson, Matt Leo

Defensive tackle

Fletcher Cox, Milton Williams, Jordan Davis, Kentavius Street, Marlon Tuipulotu, Marvin Wilson, Noah Elliss

Inside linebacker (MIKE)

Nakobe Dean, Shaun Bradley

Strongside linebacker (SAM)

Haason Reddick, Patrick Johnson, Kyron Johnson

Weakside linebacker (WILL)

Nicholas Morrow, Christian Elliss, Davion Taylor


Darius Slay, James Bradberry, Avonte Maddox (slot), Greedy Williams, Zech McPhearson, Josiah Scott, Josh Jobe, Mario Goodrich


Terrell Edmunds, Reed Blankenship, K’Von Wallace, Justin Evans, Andre Chachere, Marquise Blair, Tristin McCollum

The specialists


Jake Elliott


Arryn Siposs

Long snapper

Rick Lovato

Here’s what some next: The next phase in the roster-building process is the 2023 NFL Draft. That is scheduled for Thursday, April 27th through Saturday, April 29th. The Philadelphia Eagles currently own six picks.