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February 07, 2019

Eagles 'stay or go' fan voting results

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Lane Johnson had the highest "stay" percentage, at 99.22 percent.

Over the last few weeks, we've taken a look at the Eagles' roster, position by position, and determined who is going to stay with the team in 2019, and who will go. In case you're late to the series, which is now complete, you can catch up here: 


Previous stay or go positional analysis

Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end

Offensive tackle | Interior offensive line | Defensive end | Defensive tackle 

Linebacker | Cornerback | Safety | Specialists

Head coach | Coordinators | Front office


Here we'll take a look at the fan voting for each player. To note, every single player and/or coach had at least 1000 total votes, so thank you for staying engaged throughout this series.

Quarterback

• Nate Sudfeld: 93.41%

• Carson Wentz: 90.35%

• Nick Foles: 30.41%

#JimmySays: Lol at Sudfeld leading the pack here. Surely, Foles' low stay percentage is based on the reality of his contract, the fact that the Eagles have a franchise quarterback in Wentz, and the Eagles' lack of cap space.

Running back

• Corey Clement: 93.14%

• Jay Ajayi: 53.87%

• Darren Sproles: 53.35%

• Wendell Smallwood: 42.76%

• Josh Adams: 41.14%

• Boston Scott: 21.19%

#JimmySays: The running backs did not fare very well, obviously.

Wide receiver

• Alshon Jeffery: 99.19%

• Mack Hollins: 82.63%

• Nelson Agholor: 77.2%

• Jordan Matthews: 61.07%

• Golden Tate: 42.93%

• Shelton Gibson: 25.99%

• Mike Wallace: 17.39%

#JimmySays: Agholor's "77 percent stay" is likely due to some who wouldn't mind seeing him traded, rather than keeping him on the roster at over $9 million in 2019.

Tight end

• Dallas Goedert: 98.35%

• Zach Ertz: 96.05%

• Richard Rodgers: 48.95%

• Josh Perkins: 37.82%

#JimmySays: Goedert is a great looking young player, but Ertz is setting freaking NFL records. No matter how established a player might be, some people find a way to value potential higher.

Offensive line

• Lane Johnson: 99.22%

• Jason Kelce: 98.83%

• Brandon Brooks: 98.29%

• Jordan Mailata: 97.31%

• Isaac Seumalo: 92.75%

• Matt Pryor: 92.19%

• Halapoulivaati Vaitai: 91.03%

• Stefen Wisniewski: 87.69%

• Jason Peters: 68.9%

• Chance Warmack: 4.02%

#JimmySays: Look at the love for the O-Line! I had JP as a stay as well, but I'm still surprised he got 68.9 percent of the vote. Warmack tied with Haloti Ngata for the lowest percentage of any Eagles player, at 4.02 percent. Lane Johnson had the highest stay percentage on the team, at 99.22 percent.

Defensive end

• Derek Barnett: 98.76%

• Michael Bennett: 96.03%

• Josh Sweat: 88.1%

• Chris Long: 77.56%

• Brandon Graham: 55.46%

• Daeshon Hall: 38.21%

#JimmySays: I remember when the Eagles traded for Bennett, a lot of folks who thought he was disrespectin' 'Merica were not happy. He seems to have won them over.

Defensive tackle

• Fletcher Cox: 98.64%

• Treyvon Hester: 96.09%

• Timmy Jernigan: 61.7%

• Bruce Hector: 37.45%

• Haloti Ngata: 4.02%

#JimmySays: As noted above, Warmack and Ngata tied for the worst stay percentage on the team. We're going to need to break that tie:


Linebacker

• Nigel Bradham: 98.23%

• Kamu Grugier-Hill: 95.84%

• Nate Gerry: 80.31%

• Jordan Hicks: 73.78%

• Paul Worrilow: 57.75%

• B.J. Bello: 13.97%

• LaRoy Reynolds: 12.66%

• D.J. Alexander: 11.48%

#JimmySays: After an outstanding start to his career, Hicks' star has certainly fallen over the last couple of years.

Cornerback

• Avonte Maddox: 98.88%

• Cre'Von LeBlanc: 97.89%

• Rasul Douglas: 97.67%

• Sidney Jones; 90.91%

• Jalen Mills: 81.8%

• Ronald Darby: 18.02%

• Josh Hawkins: 9.5%

#JimmySays: A mid-season practice squad addition in LeBlanc topping Jones by seven percentage points is not something I'd have predicted prior to the season.

Safety

• Malcolm Jenkins: 98.31%

• Tre Sullivan: 77.29%

• Rodney McLeod: 76.29%

• Deiondre Hall: 44.14%

• Chris Maragos: 15.16%

• Corey Graham: 8.59%

#JimmySays: Sullivan's stock would have been around 1 percent around the time he walked into the loose punted ball against the Falcons Week 1, but he became a contributor down the stretch.

Specialists

• Cameron Johnston: 98.31%

• Jake Elliott: 98.13%

• Rick Lovato: 97.22%

#JimmySays: The fans are generally happy with the kick and punt teams, obviously.

Coaches and front office

• Howie Roseman: 97.01%

• Doug Pederson: 95.97%

• Jim Schwartz: 89.76%

• Mike Groh: 40.35%

#JimmySays: Pederson and Schwartz are too low. Who exactly are the Eagles going to hire who would be better?


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