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Eagles Early Offseason Position Preview: Interior Offensive Line

Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Commanders at Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia Eagles vs Washington Commanders at Lincoln Financial Field

The big question, of course, is what will Jason Kelce decide to do? Will he return for his 14th Eagles season after another All-Pro performance in the 2023 campaign? And if he doesn't, how does that shake up the lineup with the interior linemen, given the presumption that Cam Jurgens would move from right guard to center, replacing Kelce.

So, we wait. 

Whatever happens, the Eagles feel good about their situation with the interior linemen, knowing that Jurgens showed in his first season as a starter at right guard that he's a young talent on the rise. Left guard Landon Dickerson made his second straight Pro Bowl and is established as one of the top guards in the NFL. Tyler Steen, a third-round draft pick in 2023, played well in the limited snaps he had as a rookie. Sua Opeta started six games last season and has 10 starts among his 38 games played as an Eagle. He is scheduled to be a free agent in March. Lecitus Smith, a former Cardinals draft pick, joined the practice squad late in the season. Jason Poe was signed in January to a futures contract. He spent much of the 2023 season on the Jets' practice squad.

Key G/C Fact: Jason Kelce is the only player since the 1970 merger to earn six first-team AP All-Pro honors AND win a Super Bowl. Kelce has started 156 consecutive regular-season games, which is the longest streak in Eagles history. It also marks the longest stretch by an NFL center since Casey Wiegmann (175) from 2001-11.

Players under contract for 2024: Landon Dickerson, Cam Jurgens, Jason Kelce, Jason Poe, Lecitus Smith, Tyler Steen

Players whose contracts are set to expire in March: Sua Opeta

Relieve some of the best moments and greatest photos of the Eagles' interior offensive linemen during the 2023 season. The position group included Jason Kelce, Landon Dickerson, Cam Jurgens, Sua Opeta, and Tyler Steen.

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