Philadelphia Eagles Depth Chart
- NFC East
- Lincoln Financial Field
- Head Coach
- Nick Sirianni
- Offensive Coordinator
- Kellen Moore
- Defensive Coordinator
- Vic Fangio
- Special Teams Coach
- Michael Clay
- Defensive Scheme
The Philadelphia Eagles signed former San Francisco 49ers third-round running back Tyrion Davis-Price to a Reserve/Futures deal on Tuesday, according to his agency. Davis-Price was drafted in 2022 out of LSU but failed to make an impact in the Bay Area in his first two seasons in the league, carrying the ball just 40 times for 120 yards (3.0 yards per carry) and no touchdowns while failing to catch either of his two targets in just seven games played. The 23-year-old played in one game for the Niners last year, rushing the ball six times for 21 yards. In Philly, he'll provide RB depth behind Kenneth Gainwell. D'Andre Swift, Boston Scott and Rashaad Penny are all scheduled to hit free agency next month, so the Eagles' backfield could look considerably different this year.
The Philadelphia Eagles announced the signing of outside linebacker Julian Okwara on Wednesday. The Notre Dame product was a third-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft via the Detroit Lions. He spent four seasons with Detroit, totaling 54 tackles and nine sacks in 38 games. Injuries affected his career early on, and he was most recently on the team's practice squad. A signing this early in the offseason doesn't mean much, and it will be a while before he has the chance to earn a spot on the team's 53-man roster in 2024.
Philadelphia Eagles All-Pro pass-rusher Haason Reddick said he never requested a trade and wants to stay in Philadelphia. "I would like to get an extension done here at home. At no point did I ever tell the organization I want to be traded," Reddick said. He has one year left on his deal with no guaranteed money left. "This is home for me. I was born and raised here. Two of the most fun years playing football in my life came here. I've cherished being an Eagle." The 29-year-old linebacker reportedly requested a trade several days ago as he enters the final year of his current deal. The former first-rounder has had double-digit sacks in each of the last four seasons and has accumulated 27 sacks in his two years in Philadelphia. If he's going to stay in Philly, the Eagles are either going to have to restructure his deal or sign him to an extension.
Philadelphia Eagles All-Pro edge rusher Haason Reddick has received permission to seek a trade following another disruptive season featuring double-digit sacks (11), according to sources. The 29-year-old has produced 27 sacks in his two seasons with the Eagles and should draw plenty of interest from teams looking to bolster their pass rush this offseason. In addition to his 11 sacks in 2023, Reddick compiled 38 tackles (29 solo), 13 tackles for loss and 23 QB hits in 17 starts for Philly. He now has four straight seasons with double-digit sacks and has 58 in his seven NFL seasons after spending his first four years with the Arizona Cardinals. Reddick is entering the final year of his current contract and will be looking for a long-term contraction extension with whatever team is willing to trade for him.
The Philadelphia Eagles could have hired former New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick if things had gone south with head coach Nick Sirianni after the 2023 season, and if they fall apart again in 2024. "Probably the most interesting thing that I've heard, and again this is just Senior Bowl rumor mill, is that the Eagles were very interested in Belichick if things didn't work out with Nick Sirianni and they could be at the front of the line if things again go poorly for him next year," Greg Bedard said. In addition to the Eagles, the Dallas Cowboys could be another team that might be very interested in hiring Belichick if things don't work out in 2024. Belichick won six Super Bowls in New England, but after parting ways with them following the 2023 campaign, it's looking increasingly likely that he'll have to sit out for a year before getting another chance as a head coach in the NFL.