While it’s sometimes hard to glean a lot from these practices, depth charts are worth tracking. There are two things I really want to see. One, will the OL look the same. Last week, without Peters, Brandon Brooks and Lane Johnson, the first team included Andre Dillard, Isaac Seumalo, Jason Kelce, Halapoulivaati Vaitai and Jordan Mailata. A little surprise: Stefen Wisniewski was working with the second team.
On defense, Jalen Mills, Ronald Darby, Jenkins and Rodney McLeod all weren’t practicing. I want to see if the Eagles keep their first-team corners the same. Last week, they were Rasul Douglas, Sidney Jones and Avonte Maddox. It’ll also be interesting to see if Maddox gets any reps at safety during these OTA practices.
Ronald Darby was also brought back on a one-year deal and Brandon Graham signed a three-year extension. The Eagles made quite the improvements on offense this offseason thanks to Jason Peters and Lane Johnson restructured their deals while Isaac Seumalo and Jason Kelce signed extensions.