Andre Dillard, Isaac Seumalo, Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks, Lane Johnson, Landon Dickerson, Jordan Mailata, Jack Driscoll, Nate Herbig
No changes here, as the Philadelphia Eagles offensive line has pretty much been locked in since the draft. They have a handful of returning veterans who are set to make up the starting unit (Issac Seumalo, Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks, Lane Johnson), and then a plethora of young talent behind them who are going to push for backup reps.
Andre Dillard and Jordan Mailata will of course be battling for the everyday left tackle job, with Mailata appearing to have the edge as things currently stand. He was practicing with the starters during OTAs – which could mean nothing, or it could symbolize his status as the current stater.
A really good training camp from Dillard could push Mailata out of said role, however.
Interior offensive lineman Nate Herbig has been receiving a ton of praise this offseason, as he appears set to receive a a fairly consistent backup role this season following his impressive 2020 campaign. He filled in admirably at both guard spots when asked to do so last year.
Landon Dickerson, the Philadelphia Eagles second-round pick this past spring, should also see a good amount of playing time this season assuming he is 100% healthy.