Eagles Pro Bowlers 2020

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With the addition of Zach Ertz to the Eagles’ roster this season, all five of their players will head to Orlando for the Pro Bowl on Jan. 26. These five players are considered the best in the NFL and have been consistently outstanding. However, who will be the most impactful in the future? Here are a few players to consider. Listed below are their projected roles on the team in 2020. Read on to learn more about each player and the position they’ll be playing.

Jason Kelce

As one of the NFL’s most versatile players, Kelce is a likely Pro Bowl candidate for the Eagles. The veteran center had elbow surgery on Tuesday, but is expected to return to the field by Week 1 of the regular season, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Kelce is a hard worker who can line up at guard or center, which gives him versatility. But he still needs to add muscle and prove he can take a pounding as a line anchor.

A.J. Brown made the Pro Bowl in 2020 for the Titans, and he has the talent to make it a second straight. Although his rushing numbers haven’t been elite, he is one of the most reliable defensive ends in the league. He’s also coming off an Achilles tear, so eight sacks on a team that isn’t a good fit for him could be enough to vault him up.

In addition to being a three-time All-Pro, Kelce is one of the most consistent players in the league. During the regular season, he played 993 snaps and allowed one sack and 17 pressures. His totals were his lowest since the 2018 season, but he still ranked third in run blocking for the NFL. Kelce also helped the Eagles’ rushing attack, leading the league in rushing yards per game and rushing touchdowns (18).

Darius Slay

Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay is a lock to make the Pro Bowl this year. The rookie cornerback is coming off a mediocre season, with three interceptions and two fumble recoveries. He also has the second-lowest passer rating of any Eagles cornerback in 2019. But that’s about to change after the team’s acquisition of Slay for three years at $50 million.

The Eagles have chosen their two players for the 2020 Pro Bowl: cornerback Darius Slay and center Jason Kelce. Tight end Dallas Goedert did not make the roster. Also on the team is Kyle Pitts and special teams specialist George Kittle. Last season, the Eagles had seven Pro Bowlers, led by the Chiefs with eight. The Chargers, Browns, Cowboys, and Buccaneers each had five.

The Eagles made two other key additions to their secondary. The team added cornerback James Bradberry, who had spent the previous two seasons with the Giants. His deal is worth $10 million, with $7.25 million guaranteed and another two million in potential upside. Bradberry was recently released by the Giants after failing to find a trade partner. The Giants are desperate to clear cap space. The Eagles will benefit from Bradberry’s experience, along with Darius Slay, Steven Nelson, and Chris Welker.

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The cornerback room in Philadelphia is loaded with talent. Last year, two of the team’s four corners, Brandon Graham and Derek Barnett, were invited to the Pro Bowl. In ’21, Graham played in only two games, but was invited. Darius Slay, Brandon Graham, and Derek Barnett have high ceilings and should make the Pro Bowl in 2020. This will be the Eagles’ first Pro Bowl appearance since 2007.

Darius Hurts

Darius Hurts and Carson Wentz are both contenders for the NFL Pro Bowl, but only one of the two is eligible. That’s because Wentz signed an extension with the Philadelphia Eagles last month and is no longer available for the team to trade. However, Hurts and Wentz are both considered top-tier prospects, and if we had to pick just one of them, it would be Darius Hurts.

As far as the Philadelphia Eagles are concerned, the team has made several significant additions on both sides of the ball. In addition to Darius Hurts, who has 19 starts under his belt, the team also signed wide receiver Antonio Brown, who has bona fide NFL production. The Eagles’ quarterback needs to show that he can beat NFL defenses with his arm and legs. Darius Hurts will have to improve his pass-catching numbers in 2021 in order to qualify.

The Eagles are hoping to win 10 or more games this season, and Hurts is one of the candidates for that position. He ranks fourth in the NFL in total yards with 4,655 and has the most explosive plays this season, with 96. He has the potential to replace injured quarterbacks, opt-out quarterbacks, and Super Bowl winners. And he can join Brady in the Pro Bowl.

Jalen Hurts

With his rookie season in the NFL, Jalen Hurts was named an Eagles pro bowl alternate. While he faced doubters before entering the league, Hurts has shown flashes that could get him a contract extension. The Eagles were second in the NFC East in 2021 and finished 9-8. Hurts is nine-ten in 19 career starts for the Eagles.

The Philadelphia Eagles also landed wide receiver A.J. Brown in a trade with the Tennessee Titans. The former wide receiver signed a four-year deal with the team for $100 million. The Eagles have enough draft capital to get a deal done. The team is -133 to make the playoffs and +190 to win the NFC East. The Philadelphia Eagles are in playoff contention with just three games left in the regular season.

In terms of fantasy football, Hurts should be considered a top five quarterback in 2020. His accuracy will make him a top-five fantasy quarterback in a year’s time. In the NFL, he projects for second in rushing yards among quarterbacks. He could be right up there with Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson, and Nick Foles in 2020. While he’s a low-end QB1 in Dynasty, he could easily jump into the top five if he can play well this year.

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The Eagles are currently 7-7, and Hurts is a top five quarterback candidate in the NFL draft. The third-year pro has led the team on and off the field. With three games left, he’s on pace to top 3,000 passing yards and score 14 touchdowns. With all this in mind, Hurts is already a Pro Bowl alternate after just two seasons in the league.

Brandon Graham

It’s hard to say whether a player should be ranked as one of the Eagles’ Pro Bowlers. Certainly, Graham is one of the most talented players in the NFL, and his presence is a big plus for the Eagles’ defense. However, there are some questions surrounding Graham’s future. The Eagles have a lot of talent, so the lack of a Pro Bowler won’t have him staying around for long.

The Eagles’ 2020 Pro Bowl selections include three offensive linemen. They’re Brandon Graham (left guard), Fletcher Cox (center), and Jason Kelce. All three players have a combined five seasons with the team, but Graham is the oldest and most experienced. The Eagles have also been without a Pro Bowler since 2013, when the team was hampered by a coronavirus pandemic.

Brandon Graham was born on April 3, 1988, and attended high school in Detroit, Michigan. He was a five-star recruit and chose Michigan State University over Michigan State, but the Eagles were able to secure him. After his college career, Graham went on to have a successful two-year career. In his first season, he registered his first career sack, and his teammates were impressed by his abilities. Graham was one of Andy Reid’s final draft classes, and he was selected in the third-to-last round.

One of the most notable aspects of Graham’s career is his long tenure with the Philadelphia Eagles. He has started over 150 games in his career and has even played in seven playoff games. In addition to Graham, there’s also guard Brandon Brooks, who is reportedly nursing a serious chest injury. Despite these setbacks, Graham remains the longest-tenured player in the Philadelphia organization, and is expected to cash in on his free agency in March.

Rick Lovato

The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Tuesday that long snapper Rick Lovato has been selected as one of the team’s pro bowlers for 2020. The 24-year-old has earned his first Pro Bowl bid and a four-year contract extension with the team. Lovato, who signed with the Eagles at the end of 2016, earned his starting position in 2017, and was named long snapper for the Eagles’ first Super Bowl victory.

Five Eagles have been named to the team’s initial Pro Bowl rosters. Among them are wide receiver Zach Ertz, right guard Brandon Brooks, center Jason Kelce, and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox. The Eagles have made five players to the Pro Bowl this season, the most in franchise history. As of Jan. 22, there are currently twelve players on the Eagles roster, and four of them will be attending the Super Bowl.

The Eagles will be represented by the largest group at the Pro Bowl in 2020. Five Eagles players will travel to Orlando, Fla. for an exhibition game on Jan. 26. Zach Ertz and right guard Brandon Brooks will not participate because of injuries. Lovato will represent the team as a first-time Pro Bowler. In 2020, the Eagles will have five Pro Bowlers.