3. Albert Okwuegbunam
Albert Okwuegbunam finally got to rock his Eagles jersey for the first time in Week 4, but he didn't set foot on the field, even for a special teams rep.
His being active likely had a lot to do with Quez Watkins remaining inactive and Devon Allen not being elevated.
With Watkins out with Week 3, Allen got elevated to the active roster, but he didn't do anything to prove he deserved to handle any return duties over Britain Covey. So in Week 4 Allen remained on the practice squad, meaning we needed one more capable receiver active. That was Albert O.
But Watkins is trending toward a return now, and that's going to take Okwuegbunam's roster spot away again.
We could be down a receiver again this week if Covey (concussion) is on the shelf, but because of the special teams work, that's not a spot where we'd dress an extra tight end. Instead it would be Allen getting elevated again to handle return duties.
The only real shot Okwuegbunam seems to have to be active in Week 5 is if both Watkins and Covey are ruled out. He still wouldn't get on the field in any meaningful way, but he would at least end up on the game day roster again.