The Eagles roster stands at 80 and must be cut to 53 by Saturday at 6 p.m. Heres a guesstimate of the final 53.
Notable cut: none
Notable cut: Eldra Buckley, a quality special-teamer and backup RB who spent the last two seasons with the Eagles.
Notable cut: Chad Hall, who joined the Eagles last year as a free agent and twice fumbled in Thursdays preseason victory over the Jets, and Johnnie Lee Higgins, a fifth-year veteran who signed on the same day as Nnamdi Asomugha.
Notable cut: Cornelius Ingram. Hope he lands on the practice squad.
The Eagles decide to keep Jackson, the last remaining player from the Super Bowl squad (he was on injured reserve). Jackson lost the starting job to Kelce, the rookie sixth-round pick out of Cincinnati.
Harris, who recently had back surgery, could end up on injured reserve, in which case he wouldnt take up a roster spot.
Winston Justice (knee) likely will start on the reservephysically unable to perform list (he has yet to practice since the start of camp) and not take up a roster spot. Hed be eligible to return between Weeks 7 and 13.
Defensive linemen (nine)
Ends: Trent Cole, Jason Babin, Darryl Tapp and Anthony Hargrove (who can play both inside and outside). Tackles: Mike Patterson, Cullen Jenkins, Antonio Dixon, Trevor Laws and Derek Landri.
Brandon Graham (knee) opens on the PUP list.
Notable cuts: The 31-year-old Juqua Parker, who spent the last six seasons with the Eagles but was hampered by a calf injury throughout the preseason. Parkers cap number is 4.3 million this season, too. Daniel Teo-Nesheim, a third-round pick last year, also is looking for work.
Former CFL standout Phillip Hunt, whose name you heard mentioned frequently against the Jets, lands on the practice squad.
Notable cut: Veteran Akeem Jordan, who spent the last four seasons with the Eagles after making the team in 2007 as an undrafted rookie.
Don't be surprised if the Eagles add a veteran here.
Notable cut: CB Trevard Lindley, a fourth-round pick in last years draft.
Traded: Veteran and good guy Joselio Hanson.