Eagles Boot Camp 2022: List of 53 men after 6 exercises

The Eagles successfully passed the first two rounds of camp training. So it’s time to anticipate another list of 53 men.

A few things have changed since the pre-camp release.

This year, NFL teams must reduce their rosters to 85 players by August 16, 80 by August 23 and 53 by August 30.

This is my last prediction:

Quarterback (3): Galen Hurts, Gardner Menchow, Red Sennett

The Eagles can gamble here and cut Sinnett into trying to get him through the concessions and their coaching team. But that sounds kind of risky and they seem to like it. It’s clear that Sennett has outdone rookie Carson Strong this summer.

Out: Carson Strong

running backwards (3): Miles Sanders, Kenny Jenwell, Boston Scott

The Eagles kept the same three appearances last season. Huntley had a great boot camp in 2021, but he hasn’t had such flashy plays yet this summer. His ability as a kick return gives him a chance, but maybe they can pass him on to their coaching staff if they want to.

Directed by: Jason Huntley, Kennedy Brooks

Receiver (6): AJ Brown, Defonta Smith, Quays Watkins, Zach Pascal, Jalen Regor, Britannia Coffee

After retaining five receivers in 2021, it’s clear that the Eagles have more depth in the position this year. The first four are pretty solid. The Eagles may still find a way to trade Rigor, but if not, I still don’t see them give up their previous first-round pick. So the rest of the group is fighting for a place on the list that may not be there. The obvious advantage of Kofi is his ability as a comeback man. He can return kicks and kicks and that’s enough to keep him. Others close are Greg Ward, John Hightower, and Dion Kane.

Out: Lance Lenoir, Kerik Whitfall, Devon Allen, John Hightower, Greg Ward Jr., Dion Kane

narrow end (3): Dallas Guedert, Jack Stoll, Grant Calcatera

That sounds pretty easy, especially without Terry Jackson ready to make a comeback. He can be put in the Reserve / PUP list until he is healthy and then they will have to find out. If the Eagles are like JJAW’s place in his transition from the receiver, perhaps he can continue to learn in the coaching squad.

Outside: JJ Arcega Whiteside, Jayden Graham, Richard Rodgers, Noah Tojai
Puppy: Terry Jackson

offensive line (9): Jordan Milata, Landon Dickerson, Jason Kelsey, Isaac Sumalo, Lynne Johnson, Andre Dillard, Cam Jurgens, Jack Driscoll and Sawa Opita

There’s a very good chance the Eagles might keep 10 like they did in the 2021 season. But they can also get rid of nine due to the variety of their backups. Should they choose to keep 10 of their offensive linemen, Jack Anderson, Cayode Oosica and Leravine Clarke would fight for the position. Although Clarke is a Veteran, so the Eagles might not want to guarantee his salary by making it up to 53. Anderson would be my best guess if they kept a 10, but I’m taking him out now.

Directed by: Jack Anderson, Kayud Oosica, Josh Sales, Cameron Tom, William Dunkel, Raven Clark
Puppy: Brit Tooth

Defensive Intervention (5): Fletcher Cox, Javon Hargrave, Jordan Davis, Milton Williams, Marlon Tuipoloto

The top four are locks and the retention of five is not guaranteed. But the depth in this spot is impressive. Tuipulotu had a better sophomore training camp and got some first-team reps early in camp. It is also a typical nose treatment in this scheme. I love Marvin Wilson, the former star from Florida but I had no room for him.

Directed by: Kobe Smith, Marvin Wilson, Renell Wren

Defensive End (4): Josh Sweet, Brandon Graham, Derek Barnett, Taron Jackson

This was pretty easy, although it’s all a little complicated when you remember that defense ends up and that SAM midfielders all share a center room as “overlapped” players. In all, I keep six of these guys.

Out: Matt Liu

SAM linebacker (2): Hasson Riddick, Kiron Johnson

Patrick Johnson was the fifty-fourth man. I went down to him or Tuipulotu for the final slate spot and gave the nod for a backup nose treatment. You can go either way. The argument for Patrick Johnson is his ability to work on special teams, but the Eagles can get that from rookie Kieron Johnson, who could offer more ascendancy as a passing striker.

Out: Patrick Johnson

Back line (5): TJ Edwards, Keizer White, Davion Taylor, Nakobi Dean, Sean Bradley

It felt easy. All of these players are vying for playtime – although TJ Edwards was great this summer – but the roster locations are in no doubt. Even Bradley’s place feels safe due to the ability of his special teams.

Out: Jacoby Stevens, Christian Ellis

Back corner (6): Darius Sly, James Bradbury, Avonte Maddox, Zeke Macpherson, Josiah Scott and Carrie Vincent Jr.

The first three starts were easy. Next, McPhearson serves as a draft and top of the pile for the rest of the corners. But this is a situation with a group of young people fighting for that last place or two. Scott was on the team last year and was a good gunner on the punt. Plus, it serves as a spare nickel and has earned reps in safety at camp. That last spot went to Tay Gowan on my last show, but I’ll give a nod to Vincent this time. He’s not as tall as Gowan but he’s quick and versatile from the inside out.

Directed by: Mario Goodrich, Ty Guan, Mac McCain, Josh Joby, Josh Blackwell, Jimmy Morland

Safety (4): Marcus Epps, Anthony Harris, Jackiesky Tarte, Andre Chacheri

Chacheri beat out his former team in the fourth round, Kevon Wallace at his training camp. Chachere is known for his special squad abilities, but he can play it safe too and has some objections. It’s clear that Wallace still has a chance of getting that job back.

Directed by: Kvonne Wallace, Jared Maiden, Reed Blankenship

Specialists (3): Jake Elliott, Arin Sebos and Rick Lovato

These are the only three specialists in the camp.

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