The Eagles have announced their first 53-man roster

After five weeks of Training Camp and three preseason games, the Eagles selected the players on Tuesday to make up the initial roster of 53 men. The work is far from over, however, as the Eagles will check the waiver and put together a practice squad that begins on Wednesday, while preparation for the regular season opener in Detroit on September 11 has begun in earnest.

“A lot of good people we let go today, and a lot of tough conversations,” said Executive Vice President/General Manager Howie Roseman. “We were just talking about how to get out and back to work, but part of what we’re trying to build here is caring for the people on our team and in our building, so when you have those days it gets quite emotional.

“I wish all those guys the best and thank them for everything they’ve done, and hopefully we can get some of them back.”

Here’s a position-by-position look at the first 53, in alphabetical order:

“I think if you look at Jalen (Reagor), one of the things one of our scouts said to me today is that he was one of the few guys who practiced every day. The guy brought it every day. He worked to his craft “He had a great attitude, great energy. It is clear that he is a talented man. He’s 23 years old,” Roseman said. “We’re going to do what we think is in the best interests of the team and we felt there was no doubt that he deserved a role on this team.”

“We’ve made a lot of tough decisions on the offensive line,” Roseman said. “Feel very lucky with the offensive line group we have. Obviously we talk a lot about Stout (Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach Jeff Stoutland) and how he coaches those guys, and that was probably the hardest position group for us to kind of cut off.

“If you’re talking about Sills, he’s 6-5, he’s 330lbs, he’s got long arms. He’s powerful, he’s versatile. He can play indoors or out. I’m not putting him in Canton – I’m starting to listen to my own description, and it sounds incredible.”

Defensive tackle Milton Williams

Defensive tackle Marlon Tuipulotu

“It’s unbelievable. Reed is one of those guys, he started the last man in that group, and every day, as coach (Sirianni) says, we evaluate training every day, we evaluate everything he did, and he kept showing up He had a feeling,” Roseman said. “I don’t want to set expectations too high of him, but he kind of reminded me of a guy like Quintin Mikell we had here. He has physical aids, but he’s always with the ball, and credits to him and our coaches for putting him in a position to make plays. We wanted to recognize that because we had a smaller draft class, we wanted to give everyone the opportunity to make this team.”

Here’s a look at the moves the Eagles made to get back to 53:

• Swap: The Eagles secured Chauncey Gardner-Johnson and a 2025 seventh round from the Saints in exchange for a 2023 fifth round and a 2024 sixth round (the latter of the Eagles’ two rosters).

• Placed on injured reserve: WR Greg Ward

• Released: WR Deon Cain, T Le’Raven Clark, S Anthony Harris, TE Richard Rodgers, S Jaquiski Tartt, C Cameron Tom

• Exempt from: WR Devon Allen, C/G Jack Anderson, G/T Kayode Awosika, CB Josh Blackwell, RB Kennedy Brooks, S Andre Chachere, WR Britain Covey, LB Christian Elliss, CB Mario Goodrich, CB Tay Gowan, WR John Hightower , RB Jason Huntley, DE Matt Leo, CB Mac McCain, QB Reid Sinnett, LB JaCoby Stevens, QB Carson Strong, TE Noah Togiai, CB Kary Vincent, DT Marvin Wilson, DT Renell Wren

• Exempt with an injury designation: DT Kobe Smith

Who was number 17 for the Eagles?

Player#Pos
Grant Calcaterra81AT
Fletcher Cox91DT
Jordan Davis90DT
Nakobe Dean17LB

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Among the notable cuts, the Eagles released starter safety Anthony Harris. Others include DB Tay Gowan, TE Noah Togiai, OG Jack Anderson, DB Andre Chachere, and WR Deon Cain. Read also : Coaches corner: Lloyd “the whole package …”. Not among the cuts were Jalen Reagor and Andre Dillard, who were the subject of off-season trade rumors but ended up making the team.

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