Philadelphia Eagles Depth Chart
- NFC East
- Lincoln Financial Field
- Head Coach
- Nick Sirianni
- Offensive Coordinator
- Shane Steichen
- Defensive Coordinator
- Jonathan Gannon
- Special Teams Coach
- Michael Clay
- Defensive Scheme
Philadelphia Eagles right guard Brandon Brooks has announced his retirement from the NFL. The three-time Pro Bowl guard is most known for his time with the Philadelphia Eagles. Brooks also spent the first four years of his career with the Houston Texans. He won a Super Bowl with the Eagles and spent five seasons with the organization. Sadly, Brooks didn't get to offer much to the Eagles on the field in 2021. The 32-year-old suffered a pectoral strain during Week 2 and never was able to make it make to the field again in 2021. Brooks will go down as one of the best guards in Eagles franchise history. The injuries caught up to him during his last two seasons. Brooks was only able to play in two games over his last two seasons in Philly. Although, Eagles fans will remember him for his three consecutive Pro Bowl appearances that helped them win a Super Bowl.
The Philadelphia Eagles expected more from wide receiver Jalen Reagor after his two seasons in the NFL. Despite the team's disappointment, Reagor is expected to return in 2022. Cutting the former first-rounder would result in over $7.8 million in dead salary cap space next season. Still just 23 years old, Reagor has 33 catches for 299 yards and two touchdowns in 17 games after catching 31 passes for 396 yards and a touchdown in only 11 games in 2020. Quez Watkins showed more growth as the No. 2 receiver behind DeVonta Smith. "We want more production from Jalen Reagor," head coach Nick Sirianni said. "He has all the talent to do so. So I like him in that No. 3 spot right now to be able to make plays because he has skill, he has talent." Reagor could always turn things around in Year 3, but he'll go into fall fantasy drafts being avoided in redraft leagues.
Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman said that quarterback Jalen Hurts impressed in his first full season as the starter while leading the team to the postseason. Roseman believes that Hurts did enough to keep his job as the starting QB heading into the 2022 season. In his second season in the NFL, Hurts went 265-for-432 for 3,144 passing yards, 16 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He also led the league in rushing yards (784) and rushing touchdowns (10) on 139 attempts. Hurts wasn't exceptional with his arm, but he avoided consistent mistakes, and the Eagles transitioned to a run-first offense midway through the season. He is still developing heading into his second full year as a starter, but his rushing prowess alone gives him a high floor as at least a low-end QB1.
Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert finished with a team-high six catches for 92 yards during the Wild Card loss to Tampa Bay. Overall, Goedert had a solid outing on Sunday, and it capped off what was an efficient year for the 27-year-old, who ended the regular season by totaling 830 yards and four touchdowns off 56 catches. While he began the season battling Zach Ertz for looks, he should have a much clearer path for production in September now that Ertz is in Arizona.
Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders finished with only seven carries for 16 yards during the loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday afternoon. Sanders made his return during the Wild Card round after missing time because of a hand injury. However, the 24-year-old didn't do much and even ceded an end zone opportunity to Boston Scott. Overall, the former Penn State Nittany Lion had another underwhelming year, and he ended the regular season by rushing for a career-low 754 yards and no touchdowns. Health has also been an issue over the years, and unless Sanders proves he can turn things around, he shouldn't warrant much consideration for fantasy drafts heading into the 2022-23 campaign.