The Eagles are losing one of their players from their Super Bowl LII roster, as Isaac Seumalo is crossing over to the other side of the Keystone state to join the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Seumalo was selected in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, and appeared in 81 games as an Eagle. He was the last of the Eagles 2016 draft class still on the team.
Cam Jurgens, who was initially drafted to be Jason Kelce’s backup, will now slide over to RG and start there for the 2023 season.
Now only seven players remain from the Super Bowl LII roster: Brandon Graham, Jason Kelce, Fletcher Cox, Lane Johnson, Derek Barnett, Jake Elliott, and Rick Lovato.