The Philadelphia Eagles replenished their roster and upgraded multiple positions with an addition of nine Draft picks to the team.

With the busiest portion of the offseason now in the rear view mirror, the attention turns to the depth chart and how the Eagles will fill some holes from the previous season and with some players leaving.

While there’s still plenty of time before the team heads to Brazil to face the Green Bay Packers, there’s no shortage of question marks surrounding Philadelphia ahead of Year 4 under head coach Nick Sirianni.

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So here is a look at maybe the biggest positional battle when training camp opens.

Who secures the starting right guard spot?

For the most part, the Eagles offensive line looks set at every spot except the right guard position, which was vacated by Cam Jurgens, who will likely slide over to center after Jason Kelce announced retirement.

Second-year pro Tyler Steen could be the favorite to open at the top of the depth chart at the right guard position, but there will be competition.

Plenty of names to watch at right guard position

The team added center/guard Matt Hennessey, who provides a veteran option at the position. The former Atlanta Falcons interior lineman has started 22 games in the NFL, spending most of his time operating the center spot but brings enough versatility to slide over to guard.

A pair of late draft picks, Trevor Keegan and Dylan McMahon could also compete or add depth. Keegan was a three-year starter for the Wolverines, and a physical blocker in the run game.  McMahon is an excellent athlete, has a ton of versatility, and can play center and guard, and will be one to watch when camp opens.

One wild card could be former first-round pick Mekhi Becton, who has played tackle, but could potentially get a look at guard.

"We obviously have a lot of time to figure out who the top five guys are, Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni said on Friday. "\He's played tackle, obviously, as everybody knows. He'll start there and then we'll see what happens."

While there might not be a favorite at the position, the Eagles have plenty of options to look through this offseason and should have a ton of completion at right guard.

So who win the job?

A this stage, I would say Steen will win the job, but this could be a similar situation to the Eagles Super Bowl winning team that ended up with three different left guards. That team started the year with Isaac Seumalo (started two games) at left guard, then made the change to Chance Warmack (3 games) and then settling in with veteran Stefen Wisnieswki (11 games).

That night be how the 2024 season shakes out with Steen getting first crack, if he struggles or gets injured maybe they turn to one of the rookies, with Hennessey waiting in the wings.

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