10 Eagles who improved their stock during Philly's 2nd preseason game versus Browns

A long night led to a lot of injuries, but there's a bright side. Several Eagles improved their stock during Philadelphia's second preseason game.
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Six Eagles were lost to injury, but despite a tough game, several of Philadelphia's players have helped themselves with nice performances.

There's nothing like Philadelphia Eagles football. Here we are, all of us thinking of the game we just watched, an 18-18 tie with the Cleveland Browns, one where the Birds lost six players to injury. There isn't much difference between fans and players today.

Every NFL locker room links guys from different parts of the country, guys that played their college football at different programs. Every fan base links both friendly and hostile neighbors. We too are from different backgrounds, but we unite in our love for a football team. Players and fans are hoping our wounded will be okay.

Philly has now lost two of their best special teams players in consecutive preseason games. Shaun Bradley ruptured his Achilles versus the Baltimore Ravens. Zech McPhearson, according to CBS Sports' Cody Benjamin, has done the same thanks to a tough outing versus Cleveland.

Moro Ojomo left the game with a head injury. Nolan Smith, Josh Andrews, Olamide Zaccheaus, and Tyrie Cleveland all suffered injuries as well. We'll keep all of them in mind, but for now, let's celebrate some victories.

Here are the cold-hard facts. The Eagles place more stock in joint practices than they place in preseason games, but players are asked to do their best at every opportunity. The guys on this list have done that. We begin with some offensive standouts.