Predicting the Eagles' 53-Man Roster Ahead of 2024 Training Camp

How will the Eagles 53-man roster look when they complete training camp?
Philadelphia Eagles, Jalen Hurts, Saquon Barkley
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Tight End (4): Dallas Goedert, C.J. Uzomah, McCallan Castles, Grant Calcaterra

Behind Dallas Goedert, the Eagles tight ends have been lackluster. C.J. Uzomah hopes to change that while bouncing back from a down campaign of his own. McCallan Castles makes it as an undrafted free agent and for now, they go with a fourth as Grant Calcaterra gets one more season.

Offensive Line (9): Jordan Mailata, Landon Dickerson, Cam Jurgens, Tyler Steen, Lane Johnson, Trevor Keegan, Dylan McMahon, Matt Hennessey, Mekhi Becton

The Eagles have a very talented offensive line even without Jason Kelce. Losing him hurts for sure but they were wise to select Cam Jurgens in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft. He got a lot of experience at guard and slides over to Kelce's vacated spot but should hold up fine.

The real question will come down to replacing him. If Tyler Steen is up to the task, they should be just fine. On the bench, they have options as well, including former first-round pick Mekhi Becton who has gotten some looks at guard. That might be the only way he sees the field in Philly since Jordan Mailata and Lane Johnson are beasts.

Defensive Line (5): Jalen Carter, Jordan Davis, Milton Williams, Moro Ojomo, Marlon Tuipulotu

Jalen Carter fell into the Eagles' lap last year and was everything they hoped he could be. With Fletcher Cox retiring, he's going to need to step up as the leader of this D-line. Another first-round pick, Jordan Davis, will also be relied upon. He's incredibly talented but needs to figure out how to perform with more consistency.