Eagles who are suddenly tumbling down the depth chart following Sunday's roster additions

The Philadelphia Eagles announced several roster moves ahead of their August 6th open practice., and now, the chances of making the team may have dwindled for several of the guys on the back half of the depth chart.
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The Philadelphia Eagles announced several roster moves ahead of their August 6th open practice.

The only constant in the NFL is change. A little over a week ago, we were discussing what we were expecting from Nakobe Dean as the Philadelphia Eagles' defensive play caller. There were also some concerns that we haven't seen any notable moments from him during practice and that the Birds were a little thin at the linebacker position. Wouldn't you know it? This sounds like a job for Howie Roseman.

Ahead of Philly's open practice at Lincoln Financial Field, the Eagles announced a handful of roster moves. They agreed to terms with linebackers Myles Jack and Zach Cunningham. Both signed one-year deals.

Veteran offensive lineman Josh Andrews was also signed. Wide receiver Charleston Rambo and linebacker Davion Taylor were released in subsequent moves. As you might expect, that has shifted the depth chart some, particularly at the linebacker position and in Jeff Stoutland's offensive line meeting room.

Oh, and here's something else. Josh Sills, one of three undrafted rookies to make the 53-man roster last season is also back in the fold. He'll look to find his way onto the 53-man roster again. It's safe to say there are several guys who are now sitting in much warmer seats than they were a week or so ago. Here's their story. Keep an eye on them moving forward.