Get all your news in one place.
100’s of premium titles.
One app.
Start reading
USA Today Sports Media Group
USA Today Sports Media Group
Glenn Erby

Updated Depth chart projection for Eagles’ offense after 1st week of training camp

The Eagles will head to Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday for the only open practice of the summer.

On offense, Philadelphia still has the most explosive personnel in the league and still maintains the NFL’s top offensive line despite losing Andre Dillard (Titans) and Isaac Seumalo (Steelers).

Buy Eagles Tickets

Rashaad Penny’s demise was greatly exaggerated, while the offensive line depth chart will have an under-the-radar member returning.

With the Birds off until Sunday, here’s an updated projected depth chart courtesy of news, notes, and takeaways.


Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Starter — Jalen Hurts

2nd — Marcus Mariota

3rd — Tanner McKee/Ian Book

Hurts has looked sharp early-on, while Marcus Mariota is working to learn another new offense on the fly.

McKee has outplayed Ian Book early-on and this competition could be over before it starts.


Mandatory Credit: James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

Starter: Rashaad Penny/D’Andre Swift

2nd: Kenneth Gainwell

3rd: Boston Scott

4th: Trey Sermon

Head coach Nick Sirianni confirmed the committee approach to the running back position, and made it clear that all five key running back will get first team snaps.


Aug 3, 2023; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Joseph Ngata (86) catches the ball during practice at Novacare Complex. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Starter — A.J. Brown

2nd — Deon Cain/Joseph Ngata — rookie

3rd –Tyrie Cleveland

4th — Charleston Rambo

Last year’s training camp standout, Deon Cain is back after a successful USFL run, but Ngata has made the biggest impact.


Mandatory Credit: Michael Chow/The Republic via USA TODAY Sports

Starter — DeVonta Smith

2nd — Olamide Zaccheaus

3rd — Jadon Haselwood — Rookie,

4th –Devon Allen

Haselwood is the player to watch.

A prep phenom from Georgia, Haselwood was compared to A.J. Green before heading to Oklahoma before transferring to Arkansas.


Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Starter — Quez Watkins

2nd — Olamide Zaccheaus

3rd — Greg Ward

4th — Britain Covey

Zaccheaus has been electric early-on, while Watkins has taken his game to a new level.


(AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Starter — Dallas Goedert

2nd — ack Stoll

3rd — Grant Calcaterra/Tyree Jackson/Dan Arnold

4th —Brady Russell (rookie)


(AP Photo/Rich Schultz)

Starter — Jordan Mailata

2nd — Dennis Kelly

3rd– Roderick Johnson


Mandatory Credit: Tom Horak-USA TODAY Sports

Starter — Landon Dickerson

2nd — Sua Opeta

3rd — Julian Good-Jones


Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Starter — Jason Kelce

2nd — Cam Jurgens, Brett Toth

3rd — Cameron Tom

With Jurgens moving over to right guard, Cameron Tom and Brett Toth will battle for the backup center job.

With Jurgens able to play center if Kelce suffers an injury, Toth and Tom are roster longshots with Tyler Steen now on the roster.


Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Starter — Cam Jurgens

2nd– Tyler Steen — Rookie

3rd — Tyrese Robinson

With Isaac Seumalo signing with the Steelers, Cam Jurgens gets the first opportunity to assume the right guard role in training camp.

Jurgens has been lights-out early-on and there is no competition.


Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Starter — Lane Johnson

2nd — Jack Driscoll

3rd– Fred Johnson

Driscoll is a valuable offensive lineman who has crossed training at every position on the line outside of center.

Sign up to read this article
Read news from 100’s of titles, curated specifically for you.
Already a member? Sign in here
Related Stories
Top stories on inkl right now
One subscription that gives you access to news from hundreds of sites
Already a member? Sign in here
Our Picks
Fourteen days free
Download the app
One app. One membership.
100+ trusted global sources.