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Predicted upcoming Eagles offensive lineup for OTAs and June minicamp

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The Philadelphia Eagles have returned to the practice field following significant changes in player personnel and coaching staff on both sides of the ball. The team is gearing up for the first of seven upcoming OTA sessions before a critical mandatory minicamp in June. Two key figures in Philadelphia culture, Jason Kelce and Fletcher Cox, have decided to retire, leaving big shoes to fill on the team.

General Manager Howie Roseman has been active in the free agent market and the NFL draft, making significant moves to bolster the team’s roster. The Eagles secured running back Saquon Barkley on a three-year deal and added depth to the backup quarterback position by acquiring Kenny Pickett from the Steelers. The team also landed Quinyon Mitchell and Cooper DeJean in the draft to further strengthen the squad.

As the Eagles head into OTAs, let’s take a closer look at the team’s offensive depth chart:

Starter – Jalen Hurts
2nd – Kenny Pickett
3rd – Tanner McKee
4th – Will Grier

Hurts has proven to be a reliable starter, but having a competent backup like Pickett adds depth to the quarterback position.

Running Back
Starter – Saquon Barkley
2nd – Kenneth Gainwell
3rd – Will Shipley
4th – Tyrion Davis-Price
5th – Kendall Milton
6th – Lew Nichols

The addition of Barkley gives the Eagles a dynamic playmaker in the backfield. Gainwell provides solid depth, while Shipley and Davis-Price will need to step up to compete for playing time.

Wide Receiver
Starter – A.J. Brown
2nd – Joseph Ngata
3rd – Johnny Wilson
4th – Shaquan Davis

Brown leads a talented group of receivers that includes Ngata and Wilson. Davis provides additional depth at the position.

Tight End
Starter – Dallas Goedert
2nd – Grant Calcaterra
3rd – Albert Okwuegbunam Jr.
4th – C.J. Uzomah
5th – McCallan Castles
6th – E.J. Jenkins

Goedert is a reliable target at tight end, with Calcaterra and Okwuegbunam providing additional options in the passing game.

Offensive Line
Starter – Jordan Mailata
2nd – Fred Johnson
3rd – Anim Dankwah
Starter – Landon Dickerson
2nd – Matt Hennessy
3rd – Gottlieb Ayedze

The Eagles will have a new starting center in Cam Jurgens, replacing the legendary Jason Kelce. The offensive line also features veterans like Lane Johnson and promising young players like Mailata and Dickerson.

Overall, the Eagles have made significant changes to their roster and coaching staff, setting the stage for an exciting season ahead. With a mix of veteran talent and promising young players, the team is poised to compete in the NFC East and make a run in the playoffs. Stay tuned for more updates on the Eagles as they continue their offseason preparations.

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