Philadelphia Eagles 53-man roster projection following the first week of training camp practices

With the Philadelphia Eagles set to begin their preseason on August 12th, we dive into some 53-man roster projections following their first six training camp practice sessions.
Jason Kelce, #62, Jalen Hurts, #1, Philadelphia Eagles
Jason Kelce, #62, Jalen Hurts, #1, Philadelphia Eagles / Tim Nwachukwu/GettyImages
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Rounding out Philly's offense with a trio of tight ends and one of the NFL's premier offensive lines.

Tight end (3)

Dan Arnold, Dallas Goedert, Jack Stoll

Dallas Goedert will unsurprisingly lead the way for Philly's tight ends to start the 2023 season. Jack Stoll also beats out Grant Calcaterra to return to the squad, as Stoll saw more snaps, receptions, and yards than Calcaterra in 2022, but expect Calcaterra to keep the contest close.

Journeyman Dan Arnold also gets the nod over a few other options, as he has seven career touchdowns with over 1,000 career receiving yards. Of the players who did not survive the chopping block, Dalton Keene stands out as an unknown at the NFL level, as the 2020 third-round pick is just 24 years old and only has three career receptions for 16 yards.

Offensive line (10)

Landon Dickerson, Jack Driscoll, Lane Johnson, Cam Jurgens, Jason Kelce, Dennis Kelly, Jordan Mailata, Tyrese Robinson, Tyler Steen, Cameron Tom

The Eagles possess one of the best offensive line units in the entire way. As we stated earlier, center Jason Kelce and right tackle Lane Johnson lead the way with careers that will likely end in Canton. Left guard Landon Dickerson and Left Tackle Jordan Mailata have emerged as two of the best players at their respective positions. Cam Jurgens has also emerged as the most likely candidate start at right guard for the Eagles in Week 1.

2023 third-round pick Tyler Steen will also make the 53-man roster and fellow offensive tackle Jack Driscoll is a solid option as the sixth offensive lineman for the Eagles. Cameron Tom also stands a fair chance to make the final roster, as he can provide center flexibility off the bench.

23-year-old Tyrese Robinson started all 38 games for Oklahoma from 2019 through 2021, and Jalen Hurts' college teammate allowed just nine sacks in over 1,100 pass plays as a Sooner. He has an upside that earns him a spot on the 53-man roster.

Returning Eagle Dennis Kelly gets the nod for the final spot on the offensive line as Kelly gained valuable experience as a starter across the seven seasons he spent away from Philadelphia. He figures to grade out as a backup swing tackle.