|Ht / Wt:||6'6" / 236 lb.|
|Born:||October 7, 1993|
|Drafted:||2016 / Rd. 6 (187)|
Sudfeld completed five of his 12 passing attempts for 32 yards and an interception in his lone appearance during the 2020 season.
Analysis: Sudfeld only saw playing time because Carson Wentz was a healthy scratch in the final game of the year, and former coach Doug Pederson elected to bench an ineffective Jalen Hurts for the second half of that contest. The 27-year-old is due to become an unrestricted free agent, but he has a good chance to be back with the Eagles next season, as he has hung on as a backup signal-caller in Philadelphia for the last five seasons.
Sudfeld (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Rams.
Analysis: The nature of the Eagles' decision is not yet known, but either rookie Jalen Hurts has leapt Sudfeld for the No. 2 QB role, or the former will take the field Sunday for particular subpackages. In any case, Sudfeld won't get a chance to see the field Week 2.
Sudfeld is listed as the No. 2 quarterback on Philadelphia's first unofficial depth chart, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
Analysis: Sudfeld beat out Jalen Hurts for the backup gig in training camp. Though the Eagles no doubt envision the rookie second-round pick eventually climbing the depth chart, the job will be Sudfeld's to lose to kick off the 2020 campaign. Sudfeld didn't play in 2019, and he's only logged three appearances through his first three years with the Eagles, but his familiarity with the organization and scheme is an invaluable asset coming off an abbreviated offseason.
Eagles coach Doug Pederson suggested Tuesday that while Sudfeld will have to compete for the team's backup quarterback, he expects the 26-year-old to beat out rookie Jalen Hurts for the No. 2 job behind starter Carson Wentz, Matt Mullin of PhillyVoice.com reports. "Football teams are going to have to rely on their veteran players, and Nate is one of those guys for us. I have a ton of confidence in Nate to become the backup quarterback," Pederson said. "Nothing is ever handed to anybody, and we always try to create competition at every position, and quarterback is not exempt from that. But I fully expect Nate to come in and be aggressive and do the things that he's capable of doing and become the backup to Carson."
Analysis: Sudfeld made appearances in only three regular-season games through his first three years in the organization, completing 20 of 25 attempts for 156 yards and one touchdown. He dropped to No. 3 on the depth chart in 2019 after the Eagles signed veteran Josh McCown last August, but he'll head into training camp second in the pecking order after McCown wasn't re-signed. While the Eagles clearly have big plans for Hurts after nabbing him with the No. 53 overall pick in April's draft, the abbreviated offseason due to the coronavirus pandemic works against the Oklahoma product's chances of capturing a notable role in 2020, at least as a traditional pocket passer. Hurts could still see occasional snaps as a gadget player or Wildcat quarterback, but Sudfeld's prior familiarity with the Eagles' system and competent play when called upon in the past gives him a major leg up in the battle for the backup gig.
Sudfeld is re-signing with Philadelphia on a one-year contract.
Analysis: Sudfeld received a second-round tender as a restricted free agent last offseason, with the Eagles presumably intending for him to serve as their No. 2 quarterback. The team later signed Josh McCown after Sudfeld suffered a broken wrist during preseason play, thus relegating the 26-year-old to No. 3 status even after he returned to health. With a January report suggesting McCown wants to continue his football career, Sudfeld may be looking at another year as the No. 3 QB, assuming the Eagles even carry a third player at the position.
Sudfeld wasn't active for a game in the 2019 season.
Analysis: The Eagles clearly think highly of Sudfeld's potential, as they retained him to be the No. 3 quarterback behind Carson Wentz (head) and Josh McCown (hamstring) with a one-year, $3.1 million contract. If McCown doesn't return for another season -- the 40-year-old suffered a torn hamstring in the postseason -- Sudfeld could become Wentz's primary backup in 2020 should he be re-signed. The 26-year-old is set to be an unrestricted free agent in March.
Sudfeld (coach's decision) will be inactive for Thursday's matchup with Green Bay, Chris McPherson of the Eagles' official site reports.
Analysis: Sudfeld practiced fully each day this week as he tries to make his way back from a wrist injury he sustained early in the preseason. It seems the 25-year-old is healthy, but the coaching staff will elect to go with Josh McCown as the primary backup behind Carson Wentz for Thursday's game.
Sudfeld (wrist) is officially listed as active for Sunday's game against the Lions, Chris McPherson of the Eagles' official site reports.
Analysis: Sudfeld practiced in full all week and appears recovered from his wrist injury. He and Josh McCown will serve as reserve options behind starting quarterback Carson Wentz.
Sudfeld (wrist) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Analysis: Sudfeld was a full participant in practice all week but is still listed as questionable with the wrist injury. It appears the Eagles may elect to be cautious with the quarterback, and if that is the case, Josh McCown would continue backing up starter Carson Wentz.
Sudfeld (wrist) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Analysis: Sudfeld has been inactive since undergoing surgery on his wrist in early August but was finally able to return to the practice field in a full capacity Wednesday. However, it's still not totally clear if the Eagles will move Sudfield back into his role as Carson Wentz's backup or stick with veteran Josh McCown, who came out of retirement to sign with the team once Sudfield went down.
Sudfeld (wrist) is listed as inactive Sunday in Atlanta, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: Despite being tabbed with limited participation on each Week 2 injury report, Sudfeld wasn't a candidate to retain his role as Carson Wentz's primary backup. Sudfeld will continue to work his way back from Aug. 9 surgery on a broken left wrist, starting Wednesday as the Eagles prepare to host the Lions next Sunday.
Sudfeld (wrister) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game versus the Falcons, Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News reports.
Analysis: Sudfeld was able to practice in a limited capacity Friday, but he's still expected to miss a couple more weeks with this wrist issue. Expect Josh McCown to back up Carson Wentz on Sunday.
Sudfeld (wrist) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Analysis: Wednesday's session is Sudfeld's first return to practice since undergoing wrist surgery Aug. 9, albeit on a limited basis. The fourth-year quarterback appears on track with his recovery. He'll compete for the backup gig with Josh McCown when back to full health.
Sudfeld is expected to remain sidelined for a few more weeks, Mike Kaye of NJ.com reports.
Analysis: Sudfeld is recovering from a broken left wrist which he underwent surgery for Aug. 9, at which time he was given an initial recovery timetable of six weeks. He'll remain sidelined during the early weeks of the regular season as expected, and will compete with Josh McCown for the backup job when healthy.
Sudfeld (wrist) removed the cast on his left arm Sunday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: Sudfeld underwent surgery to address a broken bone above his left wrist Aug. 9 and appears to be progressing well in his recovery. The fourth-year quarterback still projects to miss time during the early weeks of the regular season, and is now facing competition for Philadelphia's top backup gig from newly-signed veteran Josh McCown.
Sudfeld, who underwent surgery Friday to address a broken bone above his left wrist, is expected to return to the field in about six weeks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Analysis: The timetable still puts Sudfeld on track to miss time early in the season, but it's far from a worst-case scenario. Unless the Eagles add a new signal-caller in the coming days, Cody Kessler and Clayton Thorson are next up on the team's QB depth chart behind Carson Wentz.
Sudfeld will undergo surgery Friday morning after suffering a broken left wrist Thursday night against the Titans, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: Sudfeld is expected to miss the next few months while on the mend, giving Clayton Thorson and Cody Kessler a shot to compete for the backup job. The Eagles have yet to provide a timetable for Sudfeld's return, but a better idea of his availability should come after surgery.
Sudfeld left Thursday's preseason game against the Titans with an apparent left wrist injury, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: Sudfeld landing awkwardly late in the first half and immediately grabbed at the wrist. After an examination in the sideline tent, he emerged with an air cast on his left arm and was carted to the locker room. Considering the lack of depth behind Carson Wentz and Sudfeld, this is a potentially serious injury. Clayton Thorson and Cody Kessler round out the depth chart at quarterback.
Sudfeld signed his restricted free agent tender Monday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Analysis: Sudfeld will receive approximately $3.1 million for 2019 and then have the chance to become an unrestricted free agent next offseason. The Eagles' decision to use a second-round tender instead of an original-round tender suggests they view Sudfeld as the unquestioned replacement for Nick Foles in the No. 2 quarterback role.
The Eagles plan on tendering Sudfeld at a second-round level, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports.
Analysis: With Nick Foles off to Jacksonville, the Eagles decided to lock down at least one back up option for starter Carson Wentz. The Eagles could still bring in another quarterback, but all signs point to Sudfeld taking the reigns as the No. 2 in Philadelphia.
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