3 Eagles Undrafted Free Agents Who Can Make the 53-Man Roster

These 3 UDFAs have a shot at making it with the Eagles
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2. Gabe Hall, DL, Baylor

The Eagles said goodbye to two of their longest-tenured players, and biggest stars, this offseason. Center Jason Kelce and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox both decided it was time to hang up the cleats as they both retired following prolific careers.

Philadelphia has in-house options to replace these two with Cam Jurgens sliding to the center position. They also have multiple defensive tackles with Jalen Carter and Jordan Davis leading the way. What they need now is depth.

During the draft, they added Trevor Keegan and Dylan McMahon to bolster their interior O-line. What they didn’t add was another defensive tackle. That’s why Gabe Hall from Baylor could find his way onto the 53-man roster. 

Hall was projected to be a fifth-round pick by pundits but slid out of the draft entirely. Listed at 6-foot-6 and 290 pounds, he played on the edge but will likely need to move inside at the next level. That positional doubt likely cost him a shot at being drafted but he lands with a team that knows how to get the most out of their talent. 

He might not be a superstar at any point but this is someone who could be a rotational pass rusher on the interior. And there’s always room for such players in the league.