Philadelphia Eagles Roster 2023 – Updated December 9, 2023
The entire, updated Philadelphia Eagles roster for the 2022-2023 NFL season.
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Eagles Roster – Offense
|1||Jalen Hurts||QB||6-1||223||8/7/1998 (24)||3||Oklahoma|
|3||Zach Pascal||WR||6-2||214||12/18/1994 (27)||5||Old Dominion|
|6||DeVonta Smith||WR||6-0||170||11/14/1998 (23)||2||Alabama|
|10||Gardner Minshew||QB||6-1||225||5/16/1996 (26)||4||Washington St.|
|11||A.J. Brown||WR||6-1||226||6/30/1997 (25)||4||Ole Miss|
|14||Kenneth Gainwell||RB||5-9||200||3/14/1999 (23)||2||Memphis|
|16||Quez Watkins||WR||6-0||193||6/9/1998 (24)||3||So. Miss|
|18||Jalen Reagor||WR||5-11||197||1/2/1999 (23)||3||TCU|
|19||Ian Book||QB||6-0||206||3/30/1998 (24)||2||Notre Dame|
|26||Miles Sanders||RB||5-11||211||5/1/1997 (25)||4||Penn St.|
|34||Trey Sermon||RB||6-0||215||1/30/1997 (23)||2||Ohio State|
|35||Boston Scott||RB||5-6||203||4/27/1995 (27)||4||Louisiana Tech|
|41||Britain Covey||WR||5-8||173||3/18/1997 (25)||R||Utah|
|47||Grant Calcaterra||TE||6-4||240||12/4/1998 (23)||R||SMU|
|51||Cam Jurgens||C||6-3||303||8/21/1999 (23)||R||Nebraska|
|56||Isaac Seumalo||OG||6-4||303||10/29/1993 (28)||7||Oregon St.|
|61||Josh Sills||OG||6-6||325||1/26/1998 (24)||R||Okla. St.|
|62||Jason Kelce||C||6-3||295||11/5/1987 (34)||12||Cincinnati|
|63||Jack Driscoll||OT||6-5||312||4/1/1997 (25)||3||Auburn|
|65||Lane Johnson||OT||6-6||325||5/8/1990 (32)||10||Oklahoma|
|68||Jordan Mailata||OT||6-8||365||3/31/1997 (25)||5||None|
|69||Landon Dickerson||OG||6-6||333||9/30/1998 (23)||2||Alabama|
|77||Andre Dillard||OT||6-5||315||10/3/1995 (26)||4||Washington St.|
|78||Sua Opeta||OG||6-4||305||8/15/1996 (26)||3||Weber St.|
|80||Tyree Jackson||TE||6-7||249||11/7/1997 (25)||2||Buffalo|
|81||Grant Calcaterra||TE||6-4||240||12/4/1998 (23)||R||SMU|
|89||Jack Stoll||TE||6-4||247||1/28/1998 (24)||2||Nebraska|
|88||Dallas Goedert||TE||6-5||256||1/3/1995 (28)||5||South Dakota State|
Eagles Roster – Defense
|2||Darius Slay||CB||6-0||190||1/1/1991 (31)||10||Miss. State|
|7||Haason Reddick||OLB||6-1||240||9/22/1994 (27)||6||Temple|
|17||Nakobe Dean||LB||5-11||231||12/13/2000 (21)||R||Georgia|
|22||Marcus Epps||SAF||6-0||191||1/27/1996 (26)||4||Wyoming|
|23||C.J. Gardner-Johnson||SAF||5-11||210||12/20/1997 (24)||4||Florida|
|24||James Bradberry||CB||6-1||212||8/4/1993 (29)||7||Samford|
|27||Zech McPhearson||CB||5-11||191||3/21/1998 (24)||2||Texas Tech|
|29||Avonte Maddox||CB||5-9||184||3/31/1996 (26)||5||Pittsburgh|
|33||Josiah Scott||CB||5-9||185||4/5/1999 (23)||3||Michigan St.|
|38||Josh Jobe||CB||5-11||190||4/9/1998 (24)||R||Alabama|
|42||K'Von Wallace||SAF||5-11||205||7/25/1997 (25)||3||Clemson|
|43||Kyzir White||OLB||6-2||234||3/24/1996 (26)||5||West Virginia|
|46||Reed Blankenship||SAF||6-1||203||3/2/1999 (23)||R||Middle Tenn.|
|48||Patrick Johnson||LB||6-2||248||1/10/1998 (24)||2||Tulane|
|52||Davion Taylor||LB||6-1||230||8/5/1998 (24)||3||Colorado|
|54||Shaun Bradley||LB||6-1||240||4/8/1997 (25)||3||Temple|
|55||Brandon Graham||DE||6-2||265||4/3/1988 (34)||13||Michigan|
|57||T.J. Edwards||LB||6-1||242||8/12/1996 (26)||4||Wisconsin|
|58||Kyron Johnson||LB||6-0||235||7/24/1998 (24)||R||Kansas|
|74||Ndamukong Suh||DT||6-4||307||1/6/1987 (35)||12||Nebraska|
|75||Tarron Jackson||DE||6-2||254||6/22/1998 (24)||2||C. Carolina|
|90||Jordan Davis||DT||6-6||336||1/12/2000 (22)||R||Georgia|
|91||Fletcher Cox||DT||6-4||310||12/13/1990 (31)||11||Miss. State|
|93||Milton Williams||DT||6-3||290||4/6/1999 (23)||2||Louisiana Tech|
|94||Josh Sweat||DE||6-5||265||3/29/1997 (25)||5||Florida St.|
|95||Marlon Tuipulotu||DT||6-2||307||5/31/1999 (23)||2||USC|
|96||Derek Barnett||DE||6-3||259||6/25/1996 (26)||6||Tennessee|
|97||Javon Hargrave||NT||6-2||305||2/7/1993 (29)||7||SC State|
|98||Robert Quinn||DE||6-4||264||5/18/1990 (32)||12||North Carolina|
Eagles Roster – Special Teams
|4||Jake Elliott||K||5-9||167||1/21/1995 (27)||6||Memphis|
|8||Arryn Siposs||P||6-2||212||11/25/1992 (29)||2||Auburn|
|45||Rick Lovato||LS||6-2||249||9/9/1992 (29)||6||Old Dominion|
Eagles roster breakdown by position
Jalen Hurts, Gardner Minshew, Ian Book
After playing his first full year as a starting quarterback, Jalen Hurts led the Eagles to a 9-8 season, advancing to the playoffs. Though his rush game was strong, his ability to get the ball in his teammates’ hands has been an issue. The Eagles, however, put faith in Hurts going into the 2022 season as their QB1.
Minshew started two games last season, completing 41 receptions for 439 passing yards and four touchdowns. There were rumors he would be traded early in the offseason, but he remains on the Eagles roster.
Miles Sanders, Boston Scott, Kenneth Gainwell, Trey Sermon
The 2021 run game got off to a rough start, but after Week 6 the Eagles found their footing, leading the NFL in rushing yards for the remainder of the season. Sanders has been with the Eagles since 2019. He missed four games last season due to injury, finishing the season with 754 rushing yards and 158 receiving yards. Oddly, he had zero touchdowns.
Scott and Gainwell found moderate success, both finishing with combined yardage under Sanders (664).
AJ Brown, DeVonta Smith, Quez Watkins, Zach Pascal, Britain Covey
The Eagles acquired AJ Brown from the Tennessee Titans during the 2022 NFL Draft. During his three professional seasons in the NFL, he’s completed 185 receptions for 2,995 receiving yards and 24 touchdowns. Second-year wide receiver DeVonta Smith showed great progress last season, surpassing the Eagles’ rookie record set by DeSean Jackson. He will be returning as WR2 in 2022.
Dallas Goedert (IR), Jack Stoll, Tyree Jackson, Grant Calcaterra,
After taking over as TE1 following Ertz’s trade to the Cardinals, Goedert was signed to a whopping $57 million four-year contract extension during the 2021 season. Though Stoll sits behind Goedert on the Eagles roster & Eagles depth chart, Tyree Jackson will be one to keep an eye on if he’s healthy. Jackson is a quarterback turned tight end and had a promising training camp. He suffered a fractured bone in his back, nearly missing the whole season. Jackson had his first career touchdown in Week 18 but then tore his ACL.
Calcaterra was a sixth-round selection in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Jordan Mailata, Andre Dillard
The Jordan Mailata versus Andre Dillard showdown came and went, and Eagles fans know who won that competition. Before the 2021 season kicked off, Philadelphia signed Mailata to a four-year, $64 million contract extension and the money was well spent. In ten games, he played 100% of the offensive snaps, allowing only two sacks on 336 downs.
There were rumors regarding Dillard being traded, but he remains an Eagles.
Landon Dickerson, Sua Opeta, Josh Sills
Dickerson was a second-round 2021 NFL Draft pick. Deemed as the nation’s best center in college, the original plan was to take over for Jason Kelce. However, Dickerson is a powerhouse who adds great strength to an already top offensive line.
Opeta hasn’t gotten much playing time but fits the mold. He’s played on both the left and right, and if he doesn’t find a spot here, he may be a possible replacement for Brandon Brooks who retired after last season.
Josh Sills went unselected in the 2022 NFL Draft; he was signed by the Eagles days later.
Jason Kelce, Cam Jurgens
Jason Kelce will thankfully return for his twelfth consecutive season with the Eagles, becoming the highest-paid center in the league. He will continue his 122 consecutive regular-season start streak come 2022. Aside from being a legend, he also handpicked Cam Jurgens. Jurgens was the No. 51 overall selection in this year’s draft after becoming one of the top centers in the Big Ten.
Brandon Brooks was the starting right guard for the Eagles; however, after announcing his retirement a new man will be up to bat. Seumalo only played in three games in 2021, but logged 168 offensive snaps and zero sacks, with a 74.8 overall grade. He has another year remaining on his contract and will hopefully be healthy after suffering a Lisfranc injury.
Lane Johnson, Jack Driscoll
Not a lot to talk about here- Lane Johnson will always give you a solid outing at right tackle, and he’ll be in Philly for the foreseeable future. He dealt with some mental health issues last season, missing the beginning of the season, but returned and even scored his first career touchdown.
Driscoll has been with Philadelphia since 2020, but fans haven’t seen much of him due to injury. Clark signed with the Eagles last season.
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After a terrible 2020 season, Elliott came back with vengeance in 2021. He completed 30 of 33 field goals for a 90.9% success rate, setting an Eagles’ franchise record. He was named to his first Pro Bowl, becoming the first kicker to make it since Cody Parkey in 2014.
Siposs started his career with the Detroit Lions, joining the Eagles in 2021.
Brandon Graham, Derek Barnett, Josh Sweat, Robert Quinn
Brandon Graham is coming off his first Pro-Bowl season. Somehow, the long-time Eagle gets better every year. But how much longer can the 33-year-old keep it up?
Barnett had a rough 2021 season, completing the most penalties among Eagles players. He was signed to a two-year contract in the offseason, which fans didn’t see coming. Alternatively, Josh Sweat had a productive 2021. He finished with a career-high 45 tackles and 7.5 sacks.
Fletcher Cox, Javon Hargrave, Jordan Davis, Marvin Wilson, Milton Williams, Ndamukong Suh, Linval Joseph
Long-time veteran Fletcher Cox’s 2021 season didn’t start out the way one might expect. Though he became more productive as the season progressed, his sack total was the second-lowest of his career. Cox was released by the team and later signed again the same day, this time on a restructured contract.
Hargrave was a standout last season and will hopefully make the same impact going into 2022. He had a career-high 63 tackles and 7.5 sacks. He also made his first Pro Bowl as a replacement for Kenny Clark.
Wilson joined the team in 2021, making his debut in Week 18. Wren was a former Cincinnati Bengal and was signed to the Eagles in February. Davis and Elliss went undrafted in this year’s draft.
Haason Reddick, Kyzir White, T.J. Edwards, Kyron Johnson, Nakobe Dean, Shaun Bradley, Patrick Johnson
Lots of unfamiliar names on this list, but Reddick is one player fans are excited for. He was selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, playing for the Arizona Cardinals before signing with the Carolina Panthers. Reddick then signed a three-year, $45 million contract with the Eagles early this offseason.
Edwards is a player that Sirianni is fond of. He was a crucial part of the defense last season and was named to the starting lineup in Week 8. He recorded 44 tackles, three tackles for a loss, one interception, and a fumble recovery. Edwards signed a one-year contract extension worth up to $3.2 million.
Another win for the Eagles is Nakobe Dean. Left on the board during the 2022 NFL Draft due to injury, Philadelphia selected him at No. 83 overall.
Darius Slay, James Bradberry, Avonte Maddox, Josiah Scott, Zech McPhearson, Josh Jobe
The Eagles needed a cornerback to help Darius Slay, and they got one to add the Eagles roster. In May 2022, the team signed former New York Giants’ James Bradberry to a one-year, $10 million contract. The duo will now be a force to be reckoned with. Slay had an immense season in 2021, setting a league record with his 116-yard fumble return. He was also named to his fourth career Pro Bowl.
Maddox finished last season with 73 combined tackles, five tackles for a loss, and two forced fumbles.
McPhearson was chosen in the 2021 NFL Draft.
K’Von Wallace, Marcus Epps, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Reed Blankenship
The Eagles lost Rodney McLeod this year when he signed with the Indianapolis Colts. In his absence, CGJ, Wallace, and Epps should be the leading guys going into the season.
Eagles Roster FAQ
- How many players are on an NFL roster?
- An NFL roster has a maximum of 53 players during the regular season.
- What positions are on an NFL roster?
- An NFL roster typically includes players from various positions such as quarterback, running back, wide receiver, tight end, offensive line, defensive line, linebacker, cornerback, and safety.
- How many players can dress for a game in the NFL?
- Each team is allowed to dress 46 players for a game, including a third quarterback who can only enter the game under specific circumstances.
- How many players can an NFL team have on their practice squad?
- Each team can have up to 16 players on their practice squad, with the option to protect up to four players per week from being signed by other teams.
- Can NFL teams trade players?
- Yes, NFL teams can trade players with each other at any point during the season, including during the offseason.
- How often can NFL teams make changes to their roster?
- NFL teams can make changes to their roster at any time during the year, although there are specific deadlines and rules for certain types of changes (such as the trade deadline or waiver wire).
- What is the difference between an active player and an inactive player on an NFL roster?
- An active player is one of the 46 players who is eligible to dress for a game and participate in it. An inactive player is one of the seven players who is not eligible to dress for the game, but is still on the 53-man roster.