The Philadelphia Eagles will be in action next season.
They will be playing in the Super Bowl.
But the team’s roster is not complete.
In fact, it is more than two months late.
This has caused some to question the Eagles’ eligibility to play this season.
What are the Eagles supposed to do?
Here are 10 players that could have a chance to make a big impact next season: • Ryan Mathews, running back, San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers have a lot of options at running back.
They have a good running back in DeAngelo Williams.
Mathews could be that guy.
He was a fourth-round pick in 2015 and rushed for 1,742 yards and eight touchdowns as a rookie.
The 49, of course, would be better served if they drafted a running back with a lot more upside than Mathews.
The Rams also have a wide receiver in Tavon Austin and a running game that could be used more in a shotgun system.
Mathew could be the team with the most upside at runningback.
• LeSean McCoy, running, Buffalo Bills: McCoy is the NFL’s best back.
He has the most rushing yards of any running back and his receiving skills are underrated.
But he has been slowed by injuries throughout his career.
The Bills could use a backup running back at this point.
That could be a running backs coach in former 49ers coach Chip Kelly.
• DeMarco Murray, wide receiver, Dallas Cowboys: Murray is the best receiver in the NFL.
He’s the best in the league.
The Cowboys would have a solid receiver in Dez Bryant.
The problem is that Bryant has yet to prove himself as a starter.
He is a second-year pro who is in the final year of his contract.
Murray could have an opportunity to prove he can be a starter at receiver.
• Brandon Marshall, cornerback, New York Jets: Marshall has struggled to hold down the corner position.
He could be in line for a breakout season if he can get the opportunity to play a lot with the Jets.
Marshall could be an impact player on the outside, though.
He had an outstanding rookie season with the Lions, including playing all 16 games and recording five interceptions.
The Jets would be wise to get the most out of Marshall at this stage.
• Demaryius Thomas, wideout, Denver Broncos: Thomas is the most valuable player on this team.
He would have the most receiving yards of anyone on the team and the most touchdowns if he plays a significant role.
Thomas would have to get more touches to be a big threat for Denver.
But with Decker and Tyreek Hill in Denver, Thomas is likely to get a ton of opportunities.
• Corey Davis, linebacker, New Orleans Saints: Davis is the team leader in sacks.
The Saints would be foolish to let him walk if they are serious about being in the playoffs.
But Davis has the skills to be one of the best inside linebackers in the game.
The team has plenty of options in the middle of the field.
He should be in a starting role this season and is likely the best player on their defense.