Three Eagles players make NFL’s Top 100 Players

Posted on August 20, 2021

Determined solely by the players themselves, the NFL released their Top 100 Players for 11 consecutive years. The list began airing on Sunday, August 15, as No. 100-41 have already been revealed. Ranking among them are three Eagles veterans, proving their worth time and time again.


No. 99 – Brandon Graham

Defensive end Brandon Graham will be entering his twelfth season with the Philadelphia Eagles this year. He has dominated the right side of the field, and his consistency continues to convey a powerhouse presence on the team. In 2020, he became the first defensive lineman to play the most games (159) in Eagles’ franchise history.

In his career with Philadelphia, Graham has 414 combined tackles, 312 solo tackles, and 59 sacks. He was selected for his first Pro Bowl last season.

No. 92 – Jason Kelce

Up two spots from last year, Center Jason Kelce lands at No. 92 on the list. This is Kelce’s third consecutive appearance in the Top 100, as he is just one of three centers in the NFL to achieve this.

Like Graham, Kelce is a long-time Eagle, entering his eleventh season with Philadelphia. Though he has always been known for lacking “true NFL size,” it’s never stopped him from becoming one of the team’s best players.

Last season, Kelce played over 100 consecutive games for the Eagles, becoming the longest streak by any NFL interior lineman who is currently playing. He has been named first-team All-Pro for three successive years and was selected to the Pro Bowl four times.

No. 63 – Fletcher Cox

Keeping up with the trend, Cox is entering his tenth season with Philadelphia this year. He is also up ten spots from last year’s Top 100 list.

Cox has completed 408 combined tackles, 288 solo tackles, and 54.5 sacks in his career with the Eagles. He was named second-team All-Pro twice, first-team All-Pro once in 2018, and was selected for the Pro Bowl six consecutive times.


The remainder of the Top 100 list is set to release over the next eight days. No. 44-11 will be revealed on Sunday, August 22, and will conclude with the final top ten players on Saturday, August 28.

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Alicia was born and raised in Philadelphia, becoming an avid Eagles fan as a child. She graduated from Penn State University and now works in the medical field. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and baking.

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