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Tight End, Donald Lee
No offense to the following players, but the Eagles have made so many moves that, if each player was listed separately, you'd be reading all night. This group provides nice depth and may have some opportunities to step into larger roles should injuries strike.
Tight end Donald Lee, formerly of the Green Bay Packers, will step in as the Eagles' second tight end. Lee is not flashy, but he is an underrated player.
Former Raiders wide receiver Johnnie Lee Higgins is an absolute burner. His primary position is receiver, but with Jackson, Maclin and Avant already in the fold, Higgins projects more as a valuable special teamer. He is an experienced return man with three career punt returns for touchdowns.
Offensive lineman Evan Mathis signed with the Eagles after spending the past three seasons with the Bengals.
Mathis is a guard who has 22 career starts and will provide insurance for the interior of the offensive line.