By subscribing, you are agreeing to Yahoo’s Terms and Personal privacy Policy

10 remarkable Eagles lineup trends initially appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia

Who exactly are the 2020 Philadelphia Eagles?

Where did these 53 gamers originated from and what’s their background? How numerous were undrafted? The number of came from other teams? The number of bet Andy Reid? The number of have been released eventually in their career?

We have responses!

Here’s our annual breakdown of the Eagles’ preliminary 53-man lineup and how it came to be:

The Number Of NEWCOMERS EXIST? The lineup consists of 13 brand-new gamers – 9 of 10 draft picks (all but Prince Tega-Wanogh0), plus veteran acquisitions Will Parks, Darius Slay, Nikell Robey-Coleman and Javon Hargrave. Some 29 of the 53 on the lineup – over half – signed up with the Eagles over the last 2 years. Just 17 stay from the Super Bowl group.

The Number Of GUYS LEFT FROM THE BIG RED ERA? There are still four players on the lineup who played under Andy Reid – Jason Peters, Brandon Graham, Jason Kelce and Fletcher Cox but just two that can be found in throughout Chip Kelly’s tenure – Lane Johnson and Zach Ertz. There is nobody on the lineup that signed up with the Eagles in 2014 or 2015.

HOW MANY UNDRAFTED PLAYERS? Twelve of the 53 gamers on the lineup – 23 percent – were never ever drafted, including 6 who started their professions with the Eagles (Corey Clement, Cameron Johnston, Greg Ward, Craig James, T.J. Edwards, Nate Herbig).

WHICH UNDRAFTED ROOKIES MADE THE TEAM? This is the very first time given that 2008 that no undrafted rookies have made the opening-day roster … although that might possibly change in the next couple days.

HOW MANY 1ST-ROUND PICKS? The Eagles have more 6th-round picks [9] than 1st-round choices [7] There are also 9 2nd-round picks, four 3rd-round picks, 5 4th-round picks, five 5th-round choices and three 7th-round picks. That indicates 29 of the 53 people on the roster – well more than half – were drafted in the 5th round or later on or were undrafted.

HOW EXPERIENCED IS THIS TEAM? Twenty of the 53 players on the lineup have actually never ever started an NFL regular-season video game and 9 others have begun five or less. That means 29 of the 53 have actually begun 5 or less games in their professions.

WHO’S STARTED THE MANY PROFESSION VIDEO GAME? The most career starts on the roster: Jason Peters [195], DeSean Jackson [149], Jason Kelce [126], Fletcher Cox [119], Rodney McLeod [97], Alshon Jeffery and Darius Kill [94], Lane Johnson [93], Brandon Graham [86], Zach Ertz [71], Malik Jackson [67] and Carson Wentz [56]

WHAT DO JASON KELCE, LANE JOHNSON AND CARSON WENTZ HAVE IN COMMON? The only players on the roster who have never ever played a video game they didn’t start are Kelce, Johnson and Wentz.

The Number Of OF THE 53 WERE CUT AT ONE POINT? There are 12 players on the roster who have been waived at some point in their profession (Nate Sudfeld, Boston Scott, Greg Ward, Jason Peters, Alex Singleton, Nate Gerry, Cre’Von LeBlanc, Craig James, Marcus Epps, Jake Elliott, Cameron Johnston and Rick Lovato).

HOW DID THESE 53 PEOPLE GET HERE? Of the 53 gamers on the lineup, 27 were prepared by the Eagles, seven were obtained in trades, 6 were exceptional totally free representatives (signed straight from other groups during the free agency duration), 9 were street free representatives, 2 were signed off another group’s practice squad and two were waiver-wire pickups.