Breaking Down Philadelphia Eagles' Likely Opening-Game Starting Lineup

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Breaking Down Philadelphia Eagles' Likely Opening-Game Starting Lineup
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After two preseason games, the Philadelphia Eagles are 0-2. That drops the team to just 1-5 lifetime in August games during the Chip Kelly era, but the more important factor is health.

For the second year in a row, the Eagles have stayed relatively healthy. Cary Williams and Josh Huff did leave the game early due to injuries, but it shouldn’t affect their status for the regular season. Both may even be able to play next week.

The final two preseason contests will give Kelly an opportunity to work out the details of his final 53-man roster. It doesn’t appear his starting lineup will change, barring a huge surprise, so here’s a look at the 22 players that will start for Philly in Week 1 against Jacksonville.

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