The Eagles' three-day rookie camp will kick off on Friday and run through Sunday.
This is a chance for the newest members of the team to get acclimated to life in the NFL. All eight draft picks, 16 undrafted free agents, 26 tryout players and a few leftovers from the 2015 class will be in attendance. In all, 55 players will suit up this weekend.
One of the most interesting names on the list of tryout players is quarterback Everett Golson, who recently had a tryout with the Colts but wasn't signed.
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You probably remember Golson from his time with Notre Dame and Florida State, once taking the Fighting Irish to a national title game.
He went undrafted, and at 6-0, 199 pounds, he doesn't have what many consider to be NFL size. And with four quarterbacks already on the Eagles' roster, his chances of landing a contract out of rookie camp aren't good.
Another tryout player is Temple offensive tackle Eric Lofton (6-5, 300). He's a local kid from Lumberton, N.J., where he played high school football for Rancocas Valley, the alma mater of NFL great Franco Harris.
Lofton isn't the only local kid in town for a tryout. David Bowen, who went to Boston College, is originally from Villanova, Pa., and played high school ball at Radnor.
Here's a full list of undrafted players signed by the Eagles who will attend.
And here are the 26 players who will attend the camp on a tryout basis.
QB Everett Golson, Florida State
WR David Watford, Hampton
P Taylor Symmank, Texas Tech
WR Kyle Washington, Angelo State
WR T.J. Thorpe, Virginia
CB Trenton Coles, Duquesne
CB Anthony Gaffney, Princeton
S Joe Powell, Globe Institute
S Demond Smith, Georgia Tech
S Jourdan Wickliffe, Eastern Illinois
S Cody Culbertson, Ohio Dominican
RB Khairi Dickson, St. Francis
LB Jacob Lindsey, Harvard
TE James Kelly, Marshall
LB LT Filiaga, Utah State
TE M.J. McFarland, UTEP
LB Jovan Santos-Knox, UMass
C Angelo Mangiro, Penn State
LB Tyson Coleman, Oregon
DT Justin Thomason, North Carolina
OT Ben Curtis, Delaware
DE Kassan Messiah, UMass
DE Mike Moore, Virginia
DE Jacob Payne, Shenandoah
OT David Bowen, Boston College
OT Eric Lofton, Temple