The Eagles might be looking to make a change to their offensive line depth, as the team reportedly worked out four offensive lineman on Monday.
The most noteworthy player from the four is Rees Odhiambo, who was a 3rd round draft pick for the Seattle Seahawks in 2016. The other three were all recent late round picks or undrafted free agents.
Workouts don't necessarily mean that one of these players will be signed to the team. However, last week the team worked out seven players, and Kamar Aiken seemingly showed more at his workout than Breshad Perriman and Shane Wynn, as he earned a contract and caught a few passes in last Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. So if a lineman is signed, this could be a bad sign for a player like Chance Warmack, who has an expensive contract and has been on the inactive list for the first two games of the season.