The Eagles did not reach the postseason this year, but some former Eagles did. As we look ahead to the Super Bowl, let’s look at what former Eagles were able to do in an attempt to reach the Super Bowl.
Sendejo and the Cleveland Browns lost in the Divional Round to the Kansas City Chiefs 22-17. Through two postseason games, Sendejo had six total tackles (four solo and two assist) and one pass deflection.
The Chicago Bears lost to the New Orleans Saints in the Wild Card round 21-9. In that game Carter had three receptions on four targets for 17 yards, and also had one carry for 3 yards.
Fort and the Baltimore Ravens lost in the Divisional Round to the Buffalo Bills 17-3. Through two postseason games, Fort had six total tackles (five solo, one assist) and two tackles for loss.
The New Orleans Saints lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Divisional Round 30-20. Through the two postseason games Jenkins played, he racked up 14 total tackles (10 solo and four assist) as well as three pass deflections.
The Washington Football Team lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Wild Card Round 31-23. In that game, Darby had five tackles (two solo and three assist) and one pass deflection.
There are four former Eagles who are vying for a Super Bowl ring:
G Stefan Wisniewski Chiefs
This would be Wisniewski's third Super Bowl ring, as he earned one with the Eagles in 2017 and with the Chiefs last season. Wisniewski played only special teams snaps in their playoff game against the Browns, but he did play 20 offensive snaps in their playoff game against the Bills. We'll see if he gets any significant playing time in the big game.
RB LeSean McCoy Bucs
This would be McCoy's second Super Bowl ring, as he earned one last season with the Chiefs. He's only played three offensive snaps in the postseason, so it's not likely he will make an impact in the big game.
RB Kenjon Barner (IR) Bucs
This would be Barner's second Super Bowl ring, as he earned one with the Eagles in 2017. Even though he's on IR, the team would likely still reward him with a ring.
C A.Q. Shipley (IR) Bucs
Shipley has never won a Super Bowl ring before. He is set to retire thanks to the injury he suffered this season. If the Bucs win, the franchise would likely reward Shipley with a ring.