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Ifeanyi Momah, WR
He's a mile ahead of where he was last season, but Momah is still a long shot to make the roster. Four wide receivers are locks to make the team (Jeremy Maclin, Riley Cooper, Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff) and veterans Brad Smith, Jeff Maehl, Damaris Johnson and Arrelious Benn are all firmly ahead of Momah on the depth chart.
He's going to need to continue making plays during camp, and he's going to have to show off that impressive size and speed during actual preseason games.
B.J. Cunningham, WR
B.J. Cunningham has had a solid camp, even making the play of the day Sunday on a deep throw from Barkley. But like Momah, there's just too much competition at the wide receiver position. He's been "on again and off again" on the practice squad for the last two seasons, but Cunningham hasn't been able to show that he has NFL-worthy talent yet.
Blake Annen, TE
One of the big questions on the roster is whether the team will keep three or four tight ends. If the Eagles choose to keep a fourth, it'll likely be between Blake Annen, Emil Igwenagu and Trey Burton for the final spot. Annen certainly hasn't helped his case so far in camp.
Davon Morgan, S
As previously noted, the Eagles have a number of safeties competing for a roster spot. Davon Morgan has showed some pass-coverage skills during camp, but his best-case scenario is probably a spot on the practice squad, where he'll have a full year to work on learning the team's defense.
Carey Spear, K
There's really no reason to pretend that Carey Spear has any chance of beating out Alex Henery for the spot of kicker. He's been consistently underperforming throughout camp.