Philadelphia Eagles Salary Cap

Eagles Current Player Contract Breakdowns

Philadelphia Eagles general manager, Howie Roseman, doesn’t have the best reputation when it comes to draft picks, but what he always has is the answer to fix the Philadelphia Eagles salary cap issues.

Marked as an “expert” in the field, Howie Roseman extends big-money contracts at a lower salary cap hit by pushing the money into future years when the cap is expected to be higher. Last season the Philadelphia Eagles saw much of this as their 2021 salary cap was $18 million lower — the first time the salary cap has decreased since 2011 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Regardless, the Eagles roster made the most of their money. Philadelphia’s “rebuild year” actually became much more than that. The team finished their season 9-8, eventually losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the playoffs.

With Jalen Hurts returning as quarterback for his second full season, the Eagles will now look to build around him. Below is Philadelphia’s updated salary cap, as well as, their 2022 offseason moves as we head into kickoff.

Philadelphia Eagles Salary Cap Table (Updated: September 26, 2022)

Eagles Total Cap Liabilities 2022: $246,248,299

  • Top 51: $160,963,031
  • Team Cap Space: $7,977,795
  • Offense: $92,653,718
  • Defense: $90,698,144
  • Special: $7,029,333
PlayerBase SalaryProrated BonusRoster BonusGame BonusWorkout BonusOther BonusGuaranteed SalaryCap #Dead MoneyCap Savings (Trade: post June-1)
Javon Hargrave$12,750,000$4,802,000$0$0$250,000$0$0$17,802,000$4,802,000$13,000,000
Lane Johnson$7,000,000$8,618,998$0$0$150,000$0$7,150,000$15,762,998$8,612,998$7,150,000
Darius Slay$1,120,000$8,611,000$0$0$0$0$0$9,731,000$8,611,000$1,120,000
Brandon Graham$1,150,000$8,163,000$0$0$100,000$0$0$9,413,000$8,163,000$1,250,000
Jason Kelce$1,120,000$6,925,000$0$0$0$0$1,120,000$8,045,000$6,925,000$1,120,000
Isaac Seumalo$5,650,000$2,018,000$0$0$0$0$0$7,668,000$2,018,000$5,650,000
A.J. Brown$986,000$4,694,894$0$0$0$0$986,000$5,680,894$4,694,894$986,000
Jake Elliott$3,750,000$1,086,000$200,000$0$50,000$0$2,250,000$5,086,000$1,086,000$4,000,000
DeVonta Smith$825,000$3,002,071$750,518$0$0$0$1,578,518$4,577,589$3,002,071$1,575,518
Jordan Mailata$965,000$3,407,000$0$0$0$0$965,000$4,372,000$3,407,000$965,000
Fletcher Cox$1,500,000$2,500,000$0$0$0$0$1,500,000$4,000,000$2,500,000$1,500,000
Andre Dillard$2,182,038$1,754,384$0$0$0$0$2,182,038$3,936,422$1,754,384$2,182,038
Haason Reddick$1,035,000$2,843,000$0$0$250,000$0$1,035,000$3,878,000$2,843,000$1,035,000
Dallas Goedert$1,035,000$2,843,000$0$0$0$0$1,035,000$3,721,732$2,686,732$1,035,000
Josh Sweat$1,035,000$2,593,000$0$0$0$0$1,035,000$3,628,000$2,593,000$1,035,000
Jordan Davis$705,000$2,387,596$0$0$0$0$705,000$3,092,596$2,387,596$705,000
Derek Barnett$1,035,000$693,000$0$1,00,000$0$0$2,035,000$2,669,176$693,000$1,976,176
Avonte Maddox$1,035,000$1,505,266$0$0$0$0$1,035,000$2,540,266$1,505,266$1,035,000
Gardner Minshew$2,540,000$0$0$0$0$0$0$2,540,000$0$2,540,000
Chauncey Gardner-Johnson$2,540,000$0$0$0$0$0$0$2,540,000$0$2,540,000
James Bradberry$1,035,000$1,243,000$0$0$0$0$1,035,000$2,278,000$1,243,000$1,035,000
Landon Dickerson$1,035,485$913,940$0$0$0$0$1,035,485$1,967,425$913,940$1,053,485
Kyzir White$1,035,000$293,000$0$500,000$0$0$1,035,000$1,828,000$293,000$1,535,000
Boston Scott$1,550,000$200,000$0$0$0$0$800,000$1,750,000$200,000$1,550,000
Miles Sanders$1,225,941$479,587$0$0$0$0$0$1,705,528$479,587$1,225,941
Jalen Hurts$1,082,744$485,486$0$0$0$75,000$0$1,643,230$485,486$1,157,744
Zach Pascal$1,035,000$465,000$0$0$0$0$1,035,000$1,500,000$465,000$1,035,000
Cameron Jurgens$705,000$550,095$0$0$0$0$705,000$1,255,095$550,095$705,000
T.J. Edwards$965,000$237,000$0$0$50,000$0$965,000$1,202,000$237,000$965,000
Milton Williams$892,281$269,124$0$0$0$0$0$1,161,405$269,124$892,281
Rick Lovato$1,035,000$0$0$0$50,000$0$0$1,085,000$0$1,085,00
K'Von Wallace$895,000$176,528$0$0$0$0$0$1,071,528$176,528$895,000
Jack Driscoll$895,000$123,600$0$0$0$0$0$1,018,600$123,600$895,000
Zech McPhearson$825,000$182,414$0$0$0$0$0$1,007,414$182,414$825,000
Iosua Opeta$965,000$0$0$0$0$0$0$965,000$0$965,000
Marcus Epps$965,000$0$0$0$0$0$0$965,000$0$965,000
Nakobe Dean$705,000$241,298$0$0$0$0$0$946,298$241,298$705,000
Shaun Bradley$895,000$42,855$0$0$0$0$0$937,855$42,855$895,000
Quez Watkins$895,000$42,415$0$0$0$0$0$937,415$42,415$895,000
Kenneth Gainwell$825,000$83,881$0$0$0$0$0$908,881$83,881$825,000
Josiah Scott$895,000$0$0$0$0$0$0$895,000$0$895,000
Trey Sermon$881,497$0$0$0$0$0$0$881,497$0$881,497
Marlon Tuipulotu$825,000$48,978$0$0$0$0$0$873,978$48,978$825,000
Tarron Jackson$825,000$47,439$0$0$0$0$0$872,439$47,439$825,000
Arryn Siposs$825,000$8,333$0$0$25,000$0$0$858,468$8,333$850,000
Patrick Johnson$825,000$26,468$0$0$0$0$0$851,468$26,468$825,000
Jack Stoll$825,000$7,500$0$0$0$0$0$832,500$7,500$825,000
Ian Book$825,000$0$0$0$0$0$0$825,000$0$825,000
Kyron Johnson$705,000$52,482$0$0$0$0$0$757,482$52,482$705,000
Grant Calcaterra$705,000$43,535$0$0$0$0$0$748,535$43,535$705,000
Kayode Awosike$705,000$12,500$0$0$25,000$0$0$742,500$12,500$730,000
Josh Jobe$705,000$3,333$0$0$0$0$125,000$708,333$3,333$705,000
Josh Sills$705,000$3,333$0$0$0$0$125,000$708,333$3,333$705,000
Reed Blankenship$705,000$1,666$0$0$0$0$50,000$706,666$1,666$705,000
DEAD MONEY____________________________________________
NameCap Number
Fletcher Cox$12,826,820
Malik Jackson$9,033,000
Derek Barnett$7,248,800
Brandon Brooks$5,939,235
Alshon Jeffery$5,435,706
Zach Ertz$3,548,000
Anthony Harris$2,408,000
Rodney McLeod$2,140,000
Joe Flacco$1,940,000
Jalen Reagor$1,802,850
Steven Nelson$1,508,000
Eric Wilson$1,372,000
Ryan Kerrigan$1,140,000
Jaquiski Tartt$500,000
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside$405,222
Rick Lovato$375,000
Carson Strong$306,666
Anthony Harris$249,353
Kennedy Brooks$233,333
Mario Goodrich$210,333
Davion Taylor$208,703
John Hightower$150,026
Jarrid Williams$138,333
Britain Covey$129,166
Josh Blackwell$129,166
William Dunkle$103,333
TOTAL$59,839,544

EAGLES 2022 OFFSEASON TIMELINE

Just one week ahead of the next phase of roster cuts (August 23), the Eagles have $7.97 in cap space.

August 23, 2022 — This day marked roster cuts. Teams across the league needed to go from 85 to 80. The Eagles waived cornerback Josh Blackwell, running back DeAndre Torrey, and tackle Jarrid Williams. They also placed tight end Tyree Jackson and tackle Brett Toth on the Reserve/Physiciall Unable to Perform list.

August 24, 2022 — Philadelphia agreed to trade defensive back Ugo Amadi to the Titans. Amadi joined the Eagles just days prior in a trade with J.J. Arcega-Whiteside. In exchange for Amati’s trade to Tennessee, the Eagles got a 2024 NFL draft pick.

August 25, 2022 — Cornerback Josh Blackwell was re-signed after being waived two days prior.

August 29, 2022 —  In preparation for the 53-man roster, the Eagles made a series of moves. Center Cameron Tom, safety Jaquiski Tartt, quarterback Carson Strong, running back Jason Huntley, cornerback Josh Blackwell, and defensive tackle Renell Wren were waived. Veteran right end Richard Rodgers was released. Wide receiver Greg Ward was released with an injury settlement. At the end of the day, the Eagles were unofficially down to 72 players with 19 more to go by 4pm on Tuesday, August 30.

August 30, 2022 — The Eagles trade with the New Orleans Saints’ to acquire safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson.

In an effort to create a final 53-man roster, Philadelphia released WR Deon Cain, T Le’Raven Clark, and S Anthony Harris. The Eagles also waived QB Reid Sinnett, WR Devon Allen, WR Britain Covey, WR John Hightower, RB Kennedy Brooks, RB Jason Huntley, TE Noah Toga, C/G Jack Anderson, G/T Kayode Awosika, DE Matt Leo, DT Marvin Wilson, S Andre Chachere, LB Christian Elliss, LB JaCoby Stevens, CB Mario Goodrich, CB Tay Gowan, CB Mac McCain, and CB Kary Vincent. DT Kobe Smith was also waived with an injury designation.

After finalizing their 53-man roster, the Eagles have $1.48 million in cap space. The top-51 players account for $155.9 million.

August 31, 2022 — Philadelphia traded former first-round pick, wide receiver Jalen Reagor to the Minnesota Vikings.

The team also signed QB Reid Sinnett, WR Devon Allen, WR Deon Cain, WR Britain Covey, RB Kennedy Brooks, RB La’Mical Perine, TE Noah Togiai, C Cameron Tom, OL Kayode Awosika, OT Le’Raven Clark, S Anthony Harris, S Andre Chachere, DE Matt Leo, DT Marvin Wilson, LB Christian Elliss, and CB Mario Goodrich to the practice squad.

September 1, 2022 — The Eagles claimed QB Ian Book and waived LB Davion Taylor.

September 2, 2022 — Linebacker Davion Taylor was signed to the practice squad.

September 5, 2022 — The Eagles signed cornerback Mac McCain to the practice squad. They also released safety Anthony Harris from the practice squad after mutually agreeing to the decision, allowing him the opportunity to sign with another team.

September 6, 2022 — Defensive tackle Andre Dillard was placed on Injured Reserve. He will miss four to six weeks after undergoing surgery for a forearm fracture.

September 7, 2022 — Tight end Dalton Keene and wide receiver Auden Tate were both signed to the practice squad. The Eagles released running back La’Mical Perine and quarterback Rein Sinnett from the practice squad.


EAGLES 2022 OFFSEASON TIMELINE Cont.

February 25, 2022 — The Eagles sign defensive tackle Renell Wren, formerly from the Cincinnati Bengals.

March 15, 2022 — The team agreed to one-year contracts for wide receiver Greg Ward and defensive back Andre Chachere. They also tendered restricted free-agent center Nate Herbig.

March 16, 2022 — Philadelphia agreed to terms with linebacker Haason Reddick, from the Carolina Panthers. Originally from the Philadelphia area, he will be returning home.

March 18, 2022 — The Eagles agreed to terms with safety Anthony Harris. He signed a one-year contract worth $2.5 million.

March 19, 2022 — Two days after releasing defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, the Eagles signed him to a one-year contract. His base salary with be $1.5 million with a $2.5 million signing bonus. Philadelphia also signed running back Boston Scott to a one-year $1.75 million contract.

March 20, 2022 — The Eagles restructured cornerback Darius Slay’s contract, creating $11.9 million in cap space.

March 21, 2022 — Wide receiver Zach Pascal was signed to a one-year contract, worth $1.5 million.

March 24, 2022 — Defensive tackle Derek Barnett was signed to a two-year contract. If he plays every game for the 2022 season, Barnett will make $5.5 million.

March 26, 2022 —  Philadelphia agreed to terms with former Los Angeles Chargers’ linebacker Kyzir White. White’s one-year contract is worth $3 million.

April 6, 2022 — The Eagles traded 2022 No. 16, 19, and 194 draft selections to the New Orleans Saints. In exchange, Philadelphia will receive No. 18, 101, and 237 picks in the 2022 draft, as well as a 2023 first-round pick, and a 2024 second-round pick.

April 8, 2022 — The team signed wide receiver Devon Allen to a three-year contract as an undrafted free agent. He will make $705,000.

April 20, 2022 — Guard Nate Herbig signed a contract tender.

April 28, 2022 — The 2022 NFL Draft commenced. With the No. 15 overall pick, the Eagles traded No. 15, 124, 162, and 166 in exchange for No. 13 overall with the Houston Texans. With their new pick, Philadelphia selected defensive tackle Jordan Davis. The Eagles then traded No. 18 and No. 101 to the Tennessee Titans for wide receiver AJ Brown. Brown’s contract is a four-year $100 million extension with $57 million guaranteed.

April 29, 2022 — With the No. 51 selection, the Eagles chose offensive lineman Cam Jurgens. Philadelphia then selected linebacker Najoke Dean at 83rd overall.

April 30, 2022 — The Eagles traded their fifth-round (No. 154) to the Jacksonville Jaguars for No. 188 and No. 198. They than traded No. 188 and No. 237 to the Detroit Lions for No. 181. With the 181st overall selection, they chose linebacker Kyron Johnson. With their last pick at No. 198, Philadelphia selected tight end Grant Calcaterra.

May 1, 2022 — The Eagles sign the following undrafted free agents: Josh Blackwell (CB), Mario Goodrich (CB), Josh Jobe (CB), Reed Blankenship (S), Kennedy Brooks (RB), Britain Covey (WR), William Dunkle (OL), Josh Sills (OL), Jarrid Williams (OL), Noah Elliss (DT), Ali Fayad (LB), and Carson Strong (QB).

May 11, 2022 — Philadelphia signed wide receiver Keric Wheatfall, a rookie out of Fresno State.

May 12, 2022 — Wide receiver Josh Hammond was claimed off of waivers from the Jacksonville Jaguars. He signed a two-year contract with the Eagles worth $1.485 million.

May 13, 2022 — The Eagles signed former New York Giants’ cornerback James Bradberry. Bradberry was a first-time Pro Bowler in 2021. His deal consists of a one-year, $10 million contract.

May 23, 2022 — Former Houston Texans’ cornerback Jimmy Moreland is claimed off of waivers. His contract with the Eagles is a four-year deal worth $2,617,892.

June 1, 2022 — After ten season with the Philadelphia Eagles, offensive lineman Brandon Brooks officially retires. His decision was made in January 2022, but was marked for a June 1st date due to cap issues.

Philadelphia’s Salary Cap stands at $13 million — the 16th most in the NFL.

June 17, 2022 — The Eagles agreed to terms with safety Jaquiski Tartt. The deal is a one-year contract. The amount has still not been released.

July 1, 2022 —  Center Cam Jurgens who was selected during the 2022 NFL Draft, was signed to his four-year contract. He was the last remaining draft pick to sign his deal.

July 18, 2022 — Philadelphia released cornerback Craig James to begin weeding out their extensive cornerback group. He came with a cap number of $965,000.

The Eagles currently have $9.1 million in cap space — two days before they begin training camp.

July 26, 2022 — Philadelphia made a number of roster moves including, signing defensive tackle Kobe Smith, waiving wide receiver Josh Hammond, and waiving defensive tackle Noah Elliss.

July 27, 2022 — The roster moves continued. The Eagles signed tight end Jaeden Graham, wide receiver Lance Lenoir, and center Cameron Tom. They then released tackle Jarrid Williams. Philadelphia also placed tight ends Tyree Jackson and Richard Rodgers, and guard Brett Toth on the Active/PUP list.

August 3, 2022 — Tight end Richard Rodgers was activated from the PUP list.

August 5, 2022 — Tight end Jaeden Graham was placed on Injured Reserve.

August 7, 2022 — The Eagles signed tackle Jarrid Williams.

August 11, 2022 — Running back DeAndre Torry was signed and wide receiver Keric Wheatfall was waived/injured.

August 14, 2022 — The Eagles released offensive lineman William Dunkle and linebacker Ali Farad in an effort to cut their roster down to 85 players.

August 15, 2022 — After preseason game one, tight end J.J. Arcega-Whiteside was released from the team. He will join the Seattle Seahawks. In exchange, Philadelphia acquired defensive back Ugo Amadi.

August 16, 2022 — Wide receiver Lance Lenoir, safety Jared Maiden, and cornerback Jimmy Moreland were waived/injured.