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With Riley Cooper sidelined due to a fractured collarbone, the reps for guys like Chad Hall, Marvin McNutt and Damaris Johnson have increased markedly.
All three players seem to be making the most of their opportunities, but with Cooper seemingly a lock to make the roster as the team's No. 4 receiver, there are some serious decisions still left to be made.
For the majority of the 2011 season the Eagles carried five receivers on the active roster, and if that's indeed the case again this season, only one of Hall, McNutt and Johnson figures to snag a roster spot.
Although it's still early, the odds-on favorite to take the No. 5 receiver job has to be McNutt, thanks to his size, leaping ability and overall potential.
However, should the Eagles choose to keep six receivers on the final roster, that's where things could get interesting. Chad Hall has been extremely consistent throughout the early stages of training camp, catching nearly everything thrown his way.
Johnson, on the other hand, is considered the favorite to win the punt returning job, making him an indispensable piece of an improving special teams unit.
Keep an eye on all three of these guys, and even some lesser known names like Mardy Gilyard, as the preseason gets underway.