Philadelphia Eagles: 3 offensive training camp players with the most to lose

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3. Isaac Seumalo

Heading into the offseason, one of the biggest questions surrounding the Philadelphia Eagles was how they would address the retirement of Brandon Brooks.

Would the team go out and sign an underrated veteran to a longer-term deal, which is the very same way Brooks came to town? Or maybe draft a dedicated guard on Day 2 who could immediately enter the starting lineup for the next decade? Or, maybe, just maybe, Howie Roseman felt confident enough in Isaac Seumalo, a Day 2 draft pick he selected all the way back in 2016, to forgo either option and roll with his current depth?

Fortunately for Seumalo, the team largely went with the latter option, with center Cam Jurgens serving as their lone big-time addition.

And yet, in 2021, Landon Dickerson was expected to play center, too, but when Semulao suffered an injury, he kicked it to the left side to play between Jordan Mailata and Jason Kelce and is now fully entrenched in the spot that used to belong to the Oregon State product. With Jurgens similarly talented and Jack Driscoll, a 2020 fourth round pick, no slouch either; if Seumalo struggles moved back to the right side, he may find himself instead on the bench, or another team, by the fall.