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2010 Preseason Opener Unofficial Depth Chart

Eagles Unofficial Depth Chart

By Lance Epstein

Here is the projected and unofficial depth chart for the 2010 Philadelphia Eagles heading into the first preseason game.


First Unit Offense:

QB: 4 Kevin Kolb

WR: 18 Jeremy Maclin

LT: 71 Jason Peter

LG: 62 Max Jean-Gilles

C: 59 Nick Cole

RG: 76 Stacy Andrews

RT: 74 Winston Justice

TE: 87 Brent Celek

WR: 10 DeSean Jackson

RB: 25 LeSean McCoy

FB: 43 Leonard Weaver

Note: Todd Herremans and Jamaal Jackson not playing in game and on PUP list

Second Unit Offense:

QB: 7 Michael Vick

WR: 84 Hank Baskett

LT: 68 Austin Howard

LG: 78 Fenuki Tupou

C: 77 Mike McGlynn

RG: 66 Dallas Reynolds

RT: 65 King Dunlap

TE: 88 Cornelius ingram

WR: 81 Jason Avant

FB: 38 Charles Scott

RB: 26 Mike Bell

Third Unit/ Fourth Unit Offense:

QB: 3 Mike Kafka

WR: 14 Riley Cooper (third), 17 Kelley Washington (4th), 11 Dobson Collins (5th)


LG: 63 Zipp Duncan

C: 61 A.Q. Shipley

RG: 75 Greg Isdaner

RT: 73 Jeraill McCuller

TE: 82 Clayton Harbor, 83 Nate Lawrie

WR: 19 Jordan Norwood, 16 Chad Hall, 85 Jared Perry


RB: 34 Eldra Buckley, 33 J.J. Arrington (4th), Martell Mallett (5th)


First Unit Defense:

LDE: 75 Juqua Parker

LDT: 97 Mike Patterson

RDT: 97 Brodrick Bunkley

RDE: 58 Trent Cole

WILL: 50 Ernie Sims

MLB: 55 Stewart Bradley

SAM: 56 Akeem Jordan

LCB: 22 Asante Samuel

SS: 27 Quintin Mikell

FS: 29 Nate Allen

RCB: Ellis Hobbs

Second Unit Defense:

LDE: 54 Brandon Graham

LDT: 93 Trevor Laws

RDT: 90 Antonio Dixon

RDE: 91 Darryl Tapp

WILL: 57 Tracy White

MLB: 96 Omar Gaither

SAM: 53 Moise Fokou

LCB: 21 Joselio Hanson

SS: 42 Kurt Coleman

FS: 39 Quintin Demps

RCB: 24 Macho Harris

Note: Victor Abiamiri is injured and not playing

Third/Fourth Unit Defense:

LDE: 52 Daniel Te'o-Nesheim

LDT: 64 Jeff Owens

RDT: 66 Boo Robinson

RDE: 94 Ricky Sapp

WILL: 45 Simoni Lawrence

MLB: 49 Jamar Chaney

SAM: 59 Keenan Clayton

LCB: 23 Dimitri Patterson (third), Geoff Pope (4th)

SS: 48 Ryan Hamilton

FS: 41 Antoine Harris

RCB: 35 Trevard Lindley (third), 37 David Pender (4th)


First Unit Special Teams:

Punter: 6 Sav Rocca

Kicker: David Akers

Holder: 6 Sav Rocca

Punt Returner: 10 DeSean Jackson

Kick Off Returner: 31 Ellis Hobbs

Long Snapper: 46 Jon Dorenbos

Second Unit Special Teams:

Punter: 13 Ken Parrish

Kicker: N/A

Holder: 13 Ken Parrish

Punt Returner: 18 Jeremy Maclin

Kick Off Returner: 39 Quintin Demps

Long Snapper: 87 Brent Celek

Third Unit Special Teams:

Punter: N/A

Kicker: N/A

Holder: 81 Jason Avant

Punt Returner: 16 Chad Hall

Kick Off Returner: 24 Macho Harris

Long Snapper: N/A


  1. Thanks, can't say I see any real surprises. I sort of like our depth on the second string defense though.

  2. I have heard good things lately about CB Trevard Lindley. He should see significant playing time on Friday. ESPN's Matt Mosley said today he expects him to be breakthrough sometime this year and start. Don't know about that with Hobbs playing as well as he has in camp, but would not be shocked to see him over take Hanson for the third corner by season's end.

  3. My bad I meant to say second string offense.

  4. A guy to look out for on Friday on the second string is Austin howard. Making a strong push to make the team as the backup at right and left tackle. He has a big frame at 333 pound and 6'7. He has looked more consistent and better than King Dunlap. He is a power yet athletic tackle. I would not be surprised if he makes the 53 man roster and even starts some time this year if Justice or Peters goes down.