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Eagles Screened 53-Man 2021 Roster

We all knew immediately that new Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni had the energy and passion to be a good NFL head coach, but I was impressed with his mindset and his grip. decision so far in this year’s training camp. Of course, you keep hearing about its core values: Connection, Competition, Responsibility, Football IQ, and Fundamentals. did regarding the preparation of the birds for the coming season. This Eagles coaching staff wasted no time going over the moves in their first practice. After slacking off, they engaged in a competition in the red zone between attack and defense.

I love Sirianni’s emphasis on the racing game. In Indianapolis he and Frank Reich built their offense on their running game and I think he’s going to do the same here in Philadelphia. The young head coach and his assistant coaches encourage quarterback Jalen Hurts and the other quarterbacks to get the ball out of their hands with short or intermediate throws when possible. They want their quarterbacks to take what’s there and stay away from turnovers.

While the offense stays clear of turnovers, the Eagles defense takes on football whenever it gets the chance. Defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon has all the defensive players chasing the ball. They try to induce fumbles by snatching the ball out of the hands of the ball carriers and they try to create interceptions by tackling football when it is in the air. Unlike Jim Schwartz’s defenses, Gannon has his secondary that turns to the ball when he’s in the air. He has his defensive backs going up and trying to get the ball to the highest point.


Quarterbacks: Eagles number one quarterback Jalen Hurts gets better with every training day. He started camp by throwing nothing but failures to running backs and tight ends. Now he’s starting to throw the ball a lot more into the field and hit his intermediate targets. The young quarterback seems more and more comfortable in the attack every day. Veteran The newly acquired Joe Flacco and Gardner Minshew will be the replacements. (Jalen Hurts, Joe Flacco, Gardner Minshew) (3)

Rear runners: The Eagles have tremendous talent and blazing speed among their backers. Of course we all know Miles Sanders and he makes a good camp both runner and receiver. The Birds have speed to burn for position with Boston Scott and fourth-round pick Kenneth Gainwell backing Sanders. With quick returns on the roster in abundance, it was a good decision by Howie Roseman to sign “In Between The Tackles” backer Jordan Howard. Howard looks like he’s in great shape and ready to go. (Miles Sanders, Boston Scott, Jordan Howard, Kenny Gainwell, Jason Huntley) (5) (8)

Wide receivers: Number one pick Devonta ‘Smith had had a solid training camp with his run, sure hands and sneaky speed, but with him sidelined with a knee injury, Jalen Reagor became more of a target. Hurts joined last year’s number one pick on short, intermediate and deep routes. Hurts also met Quez Watkins as the young broad showed his blazing speed. The Birds are trying to use Travis Fulgham in a way that uses his physical prowess to regain the dominance he displayed for five games a year ago. Greg Ward’s road running and sure hands will likely be used in the third down situations. John Hightower hasn’t done much so far in this training camp. (Devonta Smith, Jalen Reagor, Travis Fulgham, Greg Ward, Quez Watkins, JJ Arcega-Whiteside) (6) (14)

Tight ends: So far in the camp, tight ends have been the main targets for Hurts and company. This is one of the reasons I hope Zach Ertz will stay with the Birds. He and Dallas Goedert are both great targets with sure hands. it is therefore not surprising that they are used, but Tyree Jackson is a surprise. No one expected former University of Buffalo quarterback Jackson to shine. He did a great job opening up and catching a lot of passes, but I still see them keeping Richard Rodgers. They absolutely need to hang on to Ertz as their wide receivers are unreliable and Goedert didn’t do much in training camp. (Dallas Goedert, Zach Ertz, Richard Rodgers) (3) (17)

Offensive line: The left tackle battle between Jordan Mailata and Andre Dillard was unbalanced. Mailata has been dominant. He’s been consistent and he seems to get better after every workout. The former rugby player has an amazing combination of size and athleticism. Eagles defensive end Josh Sweat crushed Andre Dillard on one of their first days in the pads. There’s no way an offensive tackle will let defenders crush it. I wanted to see Dillard get up and attack Sweat, but “He doesn’t have that dog in him.” Dillard played well against the Jets and that’s why I think he’s going to be part of the squad. Second-round pick Landon Dickerson is still recovering from a knee injury he suffered in college, so I don’t think he’s going to play in the 2021 season. (Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks, Lane Johnson, Isaac Seumalo, Jordan Mailata, Jack Driscoll, Nate Herbig, Sua Opeta, Andre Dillard) (9) (26)


Defensive line: The Eagles ‘defensive line has won the war so far against the Eagles’ offensive line in one-on-one passing drills. Sweat was dominant as a passing runner. He uses his incredible combination of speed and power to consistently stand out day in and day out. Derek Barnett, who is probably feeling the heat from Sweat, has had his own amazing training camp. Brandon Graham continues to demonstrate that he still has the ability to perform at a high level. Hopefully they will all play in the regular season as well. Defensive tackle Javon Hargrave has a formidable camp so far. We have to see him take advantage of opposing teams teaming up with Fletcher Cox. I expect great things from this defensive line. (Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham, Derek Barnett, Josh Sweat, Ryan Kerrigan, Javon Hargrave, Milton Williams, Marlon Tuipulotu, Tarron Jackson) (9) (35)

Linebackers: The Eagles linebackers have been on display, but they haven’t been able to show all they can do as the team are just starting to train in the pads. We’ve seen Eric Wilson, TJ Edwards and Shaun Bradley get their hands on occasional passes. Davion Taylor was sidelined for a few days after being nicked. The team’s best linebacker a year ago, Alex Singleton, is still excluded from work due to his Covid situation. I think he will find his place in the starting lineup with Wilson by the start of the season. (Alex Singleton, Eric Wilson, TJ Edwards, Shaun Bradley, Davion Taylor, JaCoby Stevens) (6) (41)

Cornerbacks: Cornerback starters Darius Slay and Steve Nelson have clearly separated themselves from the rest of the team’s cornerbacks. Avonte Maddox is nickel and I think he will do well. The Eagles were very lucky to be able to sign Nelson. He looks solid in the cover and seems to have a good grasp of where he needs to be. Birds rookie cornerback Zach McPherson could very well have caught two passes and sent them back for touchdowns, but he couldn’t catch the ball. He has a very good camp so far and regularly gets his hands on the passes. (Darius Slay, Steve Nelson, Avonte Maddox, Craig James, Zach McPherson) (5) (46)

Safeties: At the security post, Anthony Harris, who played in that system in Minnesota, played well. On one coin, he came over and let Fulgham know that they had put on the pads. You can see he has a good sense of defense. Veteran Rodney McLeod appears to be making incredible strides in his rehabilitation, and Marcus Epps is doing a good job as a replacement. We need to hear from K’Von Wallace during this training camp and this preseason. This group could be productive by forcing turnovers. (Rodney McLeod, Anthony Harris, Marcus Epps, K’Von Wallace) (4) (50)


Special teams: The Eagles are strong in the special teams zone with kicker Jake Elliott, kicker Arryn Siposs and long snapper Rick Lovato. It’s going to be interesting what they do to kick off the comeback. The Eagles will hang on to running back Jason Huntley and use him as a raiser, running back and wide receiver. (Jake Elliott, Arryn Siposs, Rick Lovato) (3) (53)

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