The Eagles are under 12 hours away from kicking off the home opener on ABC against the Minnesota Vikings.
The Birds are a slight favorite and will look to start the season 2-0 with a matchup against Carson Wentz looming in Week 3.
Jalen Hurts will look to cement his status and a new contract this season, while Jonathan Gannon’s retooled defense will look to rebound from a shaky start against the Lions.
With the team settled in and prepared, here’s an updated look at the 53-man roster with news and notes.
#1 QB Jalen Hurts
Hurts will look for another strong showing with a matchup against Carson Wentz and the Commanders looming in Week 3.
#2 CB Darius Slay
Slay has a tremendous matchup against Justin Jefferson on Monday night, and Jalen Reagor also returns.
#3 WR Zach Pascal
#4 K Jake Elliott
#6 WR DeVonta Smith
Smith will look to rebound after being held without a catch in the season opener.
#7 LB Haason Reddick
Reddick will look to bounce back after a lackluster debut in Detroit.
#8 P Arryn Sippos
The former Auburn punter had a solid preseason and will look to improve on his 2021 season.
#10 QB Gardner Minshew
The veteran quarterback is in the final year of his rookie deal and gives Philadelphia one of the best insurance policies in football.
#11 WR A.J. Brown
Brown was dynamic in his debut, logging 10 catches for 155 yards.
#14 RB Kenneth Gainwell
The second-year running back is a dual-threat and impact player in the red zone.
#16 WR Quez Watkins
The third wide receiver on the depth chart, Watkins was held without a target on Sunday in Detroit and will look to rebound.
#17 LB Nakobe Dean
The former Georgia All-American linebacker logged three snaps in Week 1.
#19 QB Ian Book
Book is the third quarterback on the roster and unlikely to be active after being claimed off waivers from New Orleans at the roster deadline.
#22 S Marcus Epps
#23 S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson
#24 CB James Bradberry
Bradberry made his presence felt in the season opener, returning an interception for a touchdown.
#26 RB Miles Sanders
Sanders got off to a strong start, logging 96 yards and his first touchdown since 2020 in Philadelphia’s win at Detroit.
#27 CB Zech McPhearson
McPhearson is the reigning NFC Special Teams Player of the Week.
#28 CB Josh Jobe
#29 CB Avonte Maddox
Maddox will look to rebound from a poor showing in the season opener.
#32: S Reed Blankenship
Blankenship was listed as inactive for Week 1.
#33 CB Josiah Scott
Scott made Philadelphia’s 53-man roster and could see time at safety and Slot cornerback.
#34 RB Trey Sermon
The hard-running Sermon could be listed as inactive again after being claimed off waivers.
#35 RB Boston Scott
Scott was among the 4 Eagles to score a rushing touchdown.
#42 S K'Von Wallace
#43 LB Kyzir White
The athletic linebacker offers dynamic playmaking ability for an Eagles defense lacking such a presence at the position.
#45 LS Rick Lovato
#48 LB Patrick Johnson
#51 C Cam Jurgens
#54 LB Shaun Bradley
#55 DE Brandon Graham
#56 OL Isaac Seumalo
#57 LB T.J. Edwards
Edwards was among the best players on the defense this summer, and he’ll bring his usual physicality, along with improved athleticism.
#58 LB Kyron Johnson
#59: DE Janarius Robinson
An athletic pass rusher out of Florida State, Robinson was signed off the Vikings practice squad.
#61 OL Josh Sills
#62 C Jason Kelce
#63 OL Jack Driscoll
#65 LT Lane Johnson
#68 LT Jordan Mailata
#69 OL Landon Dickerson
#75 DE Tarron Jackson
The second-year pass rusher is a player to watch in specific packages after Derek Barnett’s ACL injury.
#78 OL Sua Opeta
#81 TE Grant Calcaterra
#88 TE Dallas Goedert
#89 TE Jack Stoll
#90 DT Jordan Davis
Davis will look for an increase in snaps against Minnesota.