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GLENDALE, ARIZONA - FEBRUARY 12: Jalen Hurts #1 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks to pass against the Kansas City Chiefs during the fourth quarter in Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium on February 12, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona.

Every year the NFL releases its own list of the Top 100 players in the league, as voted on by the players themselves. And it is that time of the year again. On Monday, 7/25, they released the first 10. And now they will release another 10 names every weekday. The top 10 will be revealed on Monday, August 7th.

And every year the NFL Top 100 list contributes to a lot of conversation. Did they get the rankings right? Why is this player so high? How did they leave this guy off the list? Just because they are players, does not mean they are without bias. Sometimes the rankings make absolutely no sense. Like how last year 7 players were ranked over Patrick Mahomes, including Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and somehow Jonathan Taylor. Then Patrick Mahomes went on to win another MVP, and another Super Bowl, and will likely be back at 1 again. Players can be as fickle and unreasonable as we are.

And Eagles fans are sure to have strong opinions on where our players fall on the list. Last season, just two Eagles made the Top 100, Darius Slay (77), and Jason Kelce (71). Then they went on to have one of the best rosters in the league and came just short of winning the Super Bowl. No Lane Johnson, James Bradberry, or AJ Brown, who all went on to be All-Pros. Clearly, the players had it wrong.

But will they right that wrong this year? How many Eagles will make the list, and where will they be ranked? As the list is revealed, we will track where every Eagles player falls, as well as who was left off altogether. And while we go we can try to figure out just how outraged we should be about where they fell on the list.

Here is where Each Eagles Player fell in the NFL’s Top 100:

  • 100) DeVonta Smith

    DeVonta Smith is not just the first Eagles player to make the list, he is the first player period. Coming off a 1000-yard season, Smith comes in at 100 according to his peers. He made a name for himself last season with highlight reel catches. Including the one vs the Niners in the playoffs that probably was not actually a catch. But even if you take that away, there were so many times last year when he wowed us by coming down with a ball he had no business catching.

    So is the ranking fair? Maybe. It is tough to tell until more of the list is revealed. The only other WR ranked above him, for now, is Terry McLaurin. Which is fair enough. McLaurin has 3 straight seasons of 1000+ yards and has not exactly had great QBs throwing to him. Smith is great but is going into his 3rd season. For now, 100 feels fair. But given all the promise he has shown, he could continue to climb the list. He had 1,196 yards and 7 TDs last season, and that was as the 2nd option on a team that throws it less than most great teams.

    Unless there is someone on the rest of the list that is egregious to put over him, Eagles fans can hold off on the outage for now of where Smith was ranked by his peers.

  • The Rest of 100-91

    Other guys ranked above him in 100-91 include

    99) DeMarcus Lawrence- Edge- Cowboys

    98) Tristan Wirfs- OT- Buccanneers

    97) Harrison Smith- FS- Vikings

    96 ) Trevor Lawrence- QB- Jaguars

    95) Jamaal Williams- RB- Lions

    94) Terry McLaurin- WR- Commanders

    93) Eric Kendricks- LB- Chargers

    92) Marlon Humphrey- CB- Ravens

    91) Dalvin Cook- RB- Free Agent

    Trevor Lawrence at just 96 is surprising. His regular season was inconsistent, but late in the season, and when the games mattered most, we saw how talented he is. But it is probably fair for now until he proves himself more.

    DeMarcus Lawrence is not the player he once was. He is still good but had just 6 sacks. His place on the list feels more like respect to a guy who has been great for so long. But if he is on the list, so should Fletcher Cox, who is at a similar point in his career. But something tells me Cox, Josh Sweat, and Brandon Graham will all be left off the list.

    ARLINGTON, TEXAS - SEPTEMBER 11: DeMarcus Lawrence #90 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates during the first half against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at AT&T Stadium on September 11, 2022 in Arlington, Texas.

    (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

  • James Bradberry- Snubbed

    Ok, this one we can get outraged by. The NFL released 110 through 101. And somehow, James Bradberry came in at 107. A Second Team All-Pro CB is not a top 100 player in the league… make it make sense.

    No CB had a better passer rating allowed (51.8) than Bradberry. Only two QBS in the league had a QB rating lower than that. Remember the Eagles-Niners game in the playoffs. Josh Johnson’s Qb rating, after he 7 for 13 with 74 yards, gave him a better QB rating than that. He was the epitome of a shutdown corner last season. We rarely ever saw him get beat. He also had 3 picks. Him not making the list makes zero sense. Maybe it is just skewed by people’s last memory of him being the penalty that pretty much ended the Super Bowl.

    What we can take away from this list, is that DeVonta Smith got ranked higher than DK Metcalf. So at least there is that.

  • No Eagles in 90-81

    No Eagles fell into 90 through 81.

    90) DeAndre Hopkins -WR-Titans

    89) Marshon Lattimore- CB- Saints

    88) Aidan Hutchinson- DE- Lions

    87) Chris Lindstrom- OL- Falcons

    86) Justin Fields- QB- Bears

    85) Laremy Tunsil- OT- Texans

    84) Za’Darius Smith- LB- Browns

    83) Terron Armstead- OT- Dolphins

    82) Tua Tagovailoa- QB- Dolphins

    81) Christain Wilkins- DT- Dolphins

    Justin Fields and Tua Tagovailoa over Trevor Lawrence is certainly interesting. Other than that nothing seems too egregious.

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - NOVEMBER 06: Justin Fields #1 of the Chicago Bears in action against the Miami Dolphins at Soldier Field on November 06, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois.

    (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

  • No Eagles in 80-71

    The Eagles also did not appear among the names in 80-71.

    80) Mark Andrews- TE- Ravens

    79) Dre Greenlaw- LB- 49ers

    78) Talonoa Hufanga- S- 49ers

    77) Geno Smith- QB- Seahawks

    76) Tariq Woolen- CB- Seahawks

    75) Trey Hendrickson- DE- Bengals

    74) Garrett Wilson- WR- Jets

    73) Budda Baker- S- Cardinals

    72) Lamar Jackson- QB- Ravens

    71) DeForest Buckner- DT- Colts

    A few interesting things here. For one, Andrews coming in at 80. That means either Dallas Goedert was ranked above Andrews, feels unlikely, or was left off altogether.

    Two, how is Lamar Jackson only 72? The former MVP had injuries hold him back last season, but you would think his reputation and the fact he is only a few years removed from winning MVP, would get him more respect from that. And while we are on the subject of QBS, Geno Smith? Geno is better than Trevor Lawrence? Okay.

    We also get another WR ranked over Devonta Smith. Is Garrett Wilson better than Smith? That one is tough. Wilson did have a better rookie season than Smith did. And Smith had much better QB play last season. But Smith was also sharing targets with AJ Brown, whereas Wilson was the main weapon on his team. You could quibble with it, but it is not so egregious. We will see what Wilson does this year now that he has a real QB.

    BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - DECEMBER 04: Quarterback Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens drops back to pass against the Denver Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium on December 04, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland.

    (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)


  • Darius Slay Comes In at #65

    Finally another Eagle on the list. After coming in at 77 last year, Slay gets bumped up to 65. His spot on the list should come as no surprise. It is clear his peers in the NFL respect him way more than the media does. They voted him to the first-ever NFLPA All-Pro Team. Whereas most media organizations leave him off their CB rankings.

    It feels like a fair place for him on the list. There was a lot made of his “late-season struggles”, but in reality, he was pretty damn good all year long. The Eagles allowed the least passing yards per game for a reason. They had Darius Slay and James Bradberry both playing at a high level. . We know James Bradberry was snubbed from this list. But at least Slay gets recognized.

  • The Rest of 70-61

    Here is what the rest of 70-61 looks like:

    70) Joey Bosa- DE- Chargers

    69) Matt Milano- OLB- Bills

    68) Zack Martin- OG- Cowboys

    67) Amon-Ra St Brown- WR- Lions

    66) Jared Goff- QB- Lions

    65) Darius Slay- CB- Eagles

    64) Aaron Jones- RB- Packers

    63) Grady Jarret- DT- Falcons

    62) Bobby Wagner- MLB- Seahawks

    61) Deebo Samuel- WR- 49ers

    Okay, the first thing that sticks out here is Jared Goff. It feels like every day as more QBs get revealed, it makes the players who voted look worse.  Do players actually think Jared Goff is better than Lamar Jackson, or Trevor Lawrence? I know he had a bit of a career year last season. But I think this is reason enough to drug-test every single player who voted in the poll. What Qb will next be ranked way too high? I shudder to think Daniel Jones will come up at 54. If Goff is the 66th-best player in the league, I won’t rule it out.

    We also see the NFL’s largest crybaby make the list in Deebo Samuel. Does he deserve this spot? He was one of the best WRs in the league two seasons ago. But injuries limited him last season, and in 2020. Even when he did play last season, he did not look like the same guy. I can’t say he is better than Devonta Smith, DeAndre Hopkins, Garrett Wilson, or any other WR on this list so far. But he gets the respect based on how great he was in 2021.

    Amon-Ra St Brown being better than Smith is also questionable. They had similar stats, and Smith was sharing targets with Brown and Goedert. Meanwhile St Brown had twice as many targets as any other Lions player.

    GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN - JANUARY 08: Jared Goff #16 of the Detroit Lions drops back to pass during a game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on January 08, 2023 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Lions defeated the Packers 20-16.

    (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

  • No Eagles in 60-51

    There were no Eagles ranked 60-51, but here is what those rankings look like:

    60) Trevon Diggs- CB- Cowboys

    59) Justin Simmons- FS- Broncos

    58) Jeffrey Simmons- DT- Titans

    57) Jordan Poyer- FS- Jordan Poyer

    56)  Dak Prescott- QB- Cowboys

    55) Tony Pollard – RB- Cowboys

    54) Brian Burns- DE- Panthers

    53) Mike Evans – WR- Buccaneers

    52) Jonathan Allen- DE- Commanders

    51) Aaron Rodgers- QB- Packers

    The weirdness at Qb continues. Is Dak really better than Lamar Jackson? In his last 28 starts, not counting the playoffs, he has 25 interceptions. Yes, he puts up big numbers, but we have also seen him come up small in a game they were eliminated in multiple times now. The same could be said about Lamar in the playoffs, but Lamar has had far worse weapons and doesn’t have the same interception problem. he also has an MVP to his name.

    Also Diggs over Slay? Honestly, James Bradberry should be ranked better than Diggs too. we know Bradberry was left off, but no CB was better in coverage. Meanwhile, Diggs tends to get picked on. A lot of times the best corners interception numbers start to drop as QBs learn to target them less. Diggs keeps getting targeted, despite his skill at getting picks? Why? Because the reward is worth the risk. If Diggs doesn’t get the pick, it can lead to huge yards.

    Aaron Rodgers is also interesting. On paper, it seems crazy. But after the year he just had, it may be generous. But we will see what he looks like now that he has a much better team around him. It could make the players look foolish.

    Anyway here is a reminder of when Trevon Diggs got beat by Travis Fulgham for no reason at all.

  • Haason Reddick Ranked 48

    Tough crowd. Apparently having the 2nd most sacks in the league is not enough to crack the top 40. In his first year with the Eagles, Reddick racked up 16 sacks, plus 3.5 more in the playoffs. He also forced 5 fumbles and recovered 3. It became a somewhat regular occurrence to see him coming around the edge, and just swipe down on the ball to knock it out of the QBs hands. And it was his strip sack vs Brock Purdy that set the tone against the Niners in the NFC Championship game and knocked Purdy out of the game.

    This is the guy who finished 4th in the voting for Defensive Player of the Year. So unless there are only 3 more defensive players the rest of the way, him being just 48 makes very little sense.

  • Lane Johnson Comes in at 41

    There is only 1 OT who has allowed 0 sacks over the past two seasons. Lane Johnson. Not Trent Williams, not Laremy Tunsil, and not Andrew Thomas. Just Lane. He has literally been perfect at his job, not allowing Jalen Hurts to even get hit by a guy he was tasked with blocking. He has the record for the longest streak of games without allowing a sack at 26. And that streak is still active.

    So why is he just the 41st-best player in the league? Who knows. The guy was playing with a torn abductor in the playoffs. And yet he shut Nick Bosa and Frank Clark down. 41 seems low all things considered.

    Here is what his teammate Jason Kelce had to say about Lane:

    “There are not many teams, there may not be any teams, that leave a tackle on an island as much as we do with Lane Johnson. And we do it, because we can do it. He is that good at pass blocking.”

    But this does at least mean the Eagles already have two top 50 players, with Jalen Hurts, Jason Kelce, and AJ Brown not yet appearing on the list. And you could definitely argue Lane and Haason deserve to be even higher given they literally outperformed everyone at their positions last season. It also now seems very likely that Jordan Mailata, Josh Sweat, Brandon Graham, and Dallas Goedert were all left off the list unless they somehow cracked the top 40.

  • Rest of 50-41

    Here is how the rest of 50-41 looked in the rankings:

    50) Cameron Jordan- DE- Saints

    49) Patrick Surtain II- CB- Broncos

    48) Haason Reddick- EDGE-  Eagles

    47) Cooper Kupp- WR-  Rams

    46) C.J. Mosley- ILB-  Jets

    45) Cameron Heyward- DT- Steelers

    44) Jaylen Waddle- WR- Dolphins

    43) Demario Davis- OLB-  Saints

    42) Kirk Cousins- QB- Vikings

    41) Lane Johnson- OT-  Eagles

    You can’t look me in the eye and tell me that Kirk Cousins is a better Qb than Aaron Rodgers or Lamar Jackson. You just can’t. All due respect to the players who voted, but their Qb rankings get more and more baffling every week.

    The rest of this list besides Cousins and the Eagles players is tough to argue with. Jaylen Waddle was playing 2nd fiddle to Tyreek Hill, played with 3 different QBs due to the injuries to Tua and later Teddy Bridgewater, and yet still put up 1,356 yards and 8 TDs. Cooper Kupp had a down year due to injuries to not only himself but his QB but was coming off one of the best seasons by a WR ever. And Patrick Surtain is one of the best young corners in the league. All of that is fair. But Kirk Cousins the 42nd best player in the league? Okay…

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - JANUARY 08: Kirk Cousins #8 of the Minnesota Vikings looks on against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on January 08, 2023 in Chicago, Illinois.

    (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

  • Jason Kelce Comes In at 37

    Jason Kelce took a massive jump in the rankings. After his peers ranked him 71 last year, he comes in at 37 in 2023. Like his teammate Lane Johnson, Kelce just does not give up sacks. The last time he gave up a sack was 2021 when he gave up just 1. In fact, since 2018 he has given up just 6.5 sacks. With 2020 being the only season he gave up more than 1. Kelce also just never misses games. His Iron Man streak of 139 games is the 2nd longest active streak. All of this is why he has 5 All-Pros at the position. And he is probably the only Center in the league where his Jersey would be one of the best sellers on the team.

    So is 37 fair? For the best Center in the league, probably. It is not the sexiest position. Usually, Centers do not get tons of love. But he has done his part to change that. Kelce has helped changed center from a position where you don’t move too much, to one where you know see many guys emulating him and making blocks down the field. The only thing that could make the ranking wrong is if another Center gets ranked above him in the top 30.

  • The Rest of 40-31

    40) Quinnen Williams- DT- Jets

    39) Ja’Marr Chase- WR- Bengals

    38) Khalil Mack- EDGE- Chargers

    37) Jason Kelce- C- Eagles

    36) Jalen Ramsey- CB- Dolphins

    35) Christian McCaffrey- RB- Niners

    34) CeeDee Lamb- WR- Cowboys

    33) Matt Judon- EDGE- Patriots

    32) Justin Herbert- QB-Chargers

    31) Saquon Barkley- RB- Giants

    Justin Herbert here is interesting. it lets us know the players ranked Jalen Hurts over him. I can’t disagree, but most other lists have had Herbert over Hurts despite Hurts doing more so far in his career than Herbert. It is easy to look at Herbert and see the arm talent and get blown away. But Hurts has put his arm talent to us when it actually matters.

    Also of note, is that both Cee Dee Lamb and Ja’Marr Chase are on here. Meaning AJ Brown is ranked over both of them. Again, as an Eagles fan, I feel that is fair. But the Cowboys and Bengals writers will probably take issue with it. Statistically, all 3 put up similar numbers when healthy. Brown has more yards than Lamb, but Lamb has more catches. It’s close, but Brown balled out in the Super Bowl, so he got the edge this season.

    We now know both Hurts and Brown show up in the top 30, and maybe better. The Eagles should finish with 7 in the top 100, provided nothing crazy happened like one of Brown or Hurts being left off.

    JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - JANUARY 14: Justin Herbert #10 of the Los Angeles Chargers throws a pass against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the first half of the game in the AFC Wild Card playoff game at TIAA Bank Field on January 14, 2023 in Jacksonville, Florida.

    (Photo by Courtney Culbreath/Getty Images)

  • AJ Brown Comes in at 22

    AJ Brown’s peers voted him as the 22nd best player in the NFL. And barring some surprise, it looks like he will be ranked the 5th best WR in the league. The only top WRs who have yet to appear on this list are Justin Jefferson, Tyreek Hill, Stephon Diggs, and Davante Adams. And it is hard to quibble too much with them being over AJ Brown.

    Brown was great with the Titans, but with Jalen Hurts last season he really took his game to another level. He may be the best WR at making catches in traffic. We can go back to the Steelers game and see him make 3 long TD catches in traffic. Or there was the deep TD in the Super Bowl. He finished the regular season 4th in receiving yards (1,496), and 3rd in TDs (11). And if he was not limited in the middle of the season by injuries, his number may look even better.

    Brown is the 6th Eagles to make the list. There is likely only one more we will see in the Top 20, Jalen Hurts.

  • The Rest Of 30-21

    30) Derwin James- S- Chargers

    29) Nick Chubb- RB- Browns

    28) Dexter Lawrence- DT- Giants

    27) TJ Watt- Edge- Steelers

    26) Jaire Alexander- CB- Packers

    25) Derick Henry- RB- Titans

    24) Roquan Smith- LB- Ravens

    23) Sauce Gardner- CB- Jets

    22) AJ Brown- WR- Eagles

    21) Austin Ekler- RB- Chargers

    Austin Ekler at 21 is very interesting. Outside, Ekler does not get a ton of play as the best RB in the league. But it seems the players have him in the top 3. They put him over Chubb, Henry, Barkley, and McCaffrey. Only Josh Jacobs and Aaron Jones have not been ranked yet. if you go just by rushing yards, he does not belong there. But Ekler is perhaps more dangerous as a pass catcher. Still, even counting receiving yard, Chubb, Henry, and McCaffrey all had more total yards than him.  And none of them have Justin Herbert throwing to them.

    JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - JANUARY 14: Austin Ekeler #30 of the Los Angeles Chargers carries the ball against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the first half of the game in the AFC Wild Card playoff game at TIAA Bank Field on January 14, 2023 in Jacksonville, Florida.

    (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images)

  • No Eagles in 20-11

    20) Myles Garrett- DE- Browns

    19) George Kittle- TE- Niners

    18) Minkah Fitpatrick- S- Steelers

    17) Maxx Crosby- DE- Raiders

    16) Stefon Diggs- WR- Bills

    15) Fred Wagner- LB- Niners

    14) Trent Williams- OT- Niners

    13) Davante Adams- WR- Raiders

    12) Josh Jacobs- RB- Raiders

    11) Aaron Donald- DT- Rams

    We know now Jalen Hurts, will be in the top 10. Joining 3 other QBs, Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, and Joe Burrow. Well deserved. Also is Trent Williams really that much better than Lane Johnson that he is 27 spots higher than him? Trent has given up 6 sacks since 2020.  Lane has given up 1, and 0 in the past two seasons. Feels like Trent gets a boost just because he plays LT. But in reality the RT goes against some of the best pass rushers now.

    SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 24: Trent Williams #71 of the San Francisco 49ers celebrate after a touchdown during the third quarter in the game against the Washington Commanders at Levi's Stadium on December 24, 2022 in Santa Clara, California.

    (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

  • Jalen Hurts Named The 3rd Best Player In The League

    Has there ever been a bigger difference in one offseason for a player? Hurts went from a guy not even on the radar for this list, to the 3rd best player in the league, and the second-best QB.

    Hurts was fantastic last year. Nearly flawless. And not just as a runner, though he is great at that too. His pocket-passing stats last season were fantastic. His QB rating from the pocket was over 100 and led the league. Sure his counting stats dragged behind some other QBs on this list. But that is more because the Eagles ran it more, and also had big leads in many games making them throw it even less.

    He went up against Patrick Mahomes in the Super Bowl and looked just as good. he gave one of the best QB performances, especially from a losing team, ever. And that is not just my opinion, Chiefsd pass rusher Chris Jones said Hurts had the best Super Bowl performance from a QB he has ever seen. He said that despite being teammates with Patrick Mahomes.

    Only Justin Jefferson and Patrick Mahomes were ranked above him. Which is fair, especially Mahomes. But Hurts certainly deserves to be this high. You could make the case that he should be two, but complaining about that feels like it is splitting hairs.

  • The Rest of 10-1

    10) Chris Jones- DE- Chiefs

    09) Micah Parsons- Edge- Cowboys

    08) Josh Allen- QB- Bills

    07) Tyreek Hill- WR- Dolphins

    06) Joe Burrow- QB- Bengals

    05) Travis Kelce- TE- Chiefs

    04) Nick Bosa- Edge- Niners

    03) Jalen Hurts- QB- Eagles

    02) Justin Jefferson- WR- Vikings

    01) Patrick Mahomes- QB- Chiefs

    Nothing really to complain about here. All of this seems fair. As much as we hate the Cowboys, Micah Parsons belongs up here. The one guy who may be a bit overrated is Bosa. As great as he is, is he this much better than Reddick? That is more an argument for Reddick to be ranked higher though, not for Bosa to be pushed down too much. And there was nowhere to put Mahomes than number 1. He has a real chance to go down as the best QB ever if he keeps this up.

    SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 23: Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs passes the ball against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium on October 23, 2022 in Santa Clara, California

    . (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

  • Eagles Who Got Snubbed

    • James Bradberry
    • Jordan Mailata
    • Dallas Goedert
    • Landon Dickerson
    • Josh Sweat
    • Brandon Graham

    Each of these guys has a case to be in the top 100. James Bradberry, as we already mentioned, had the lowest passer rating against in the NFL. Graham and Sweat each had double digits. Mailata has been a rising star in the NFL. Dickerson outside the top 100 is probably fair, especially given how the best Guard in the league, Zack Martin, came in at 68. The position just does not get much respect. But he has become one of the better run blocking guards in the league, and he has the upside to break through into this echelon of player eventually. Dallas Goedert also has a case. But injuries kept his stats lower than they should be,, and Tight Ends also did not get a ton of respect on this list, with a  guy like Mark Andrews only showing up at 80.

    Once Jalen Hurts shows up in the top 10, that will give the Eagles 7 players in the top 100, after having 2 last season. Some, Lane Johnson, Haason Reddick, and maybe Darius Slay, should probably have been ranked higher. But Devonta Smith, AJ Brown, Jason Kelce, and Jalen Hurts all seem to have been ranked fairly.

    PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - JANUARY 21: Brandon Graham #55 of the Philadelphia Eagles celebrates on the field after defeating the New York Giants 38-7 in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 21, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

  • Where Every Eagle Was Ranked

    107- James Bradberry

    100- Devonta Smith

    65- Darius Slay

    48-Haason Reddick

    41- Lane Johnson

    37- Jason Kelce

    22- AJ- Brown

    3- Jalen Hurts


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