The buzz surrounding several of the Eagles' rookie free agents in training camp brings up a relevant question (certainly for them): Is it realistic that they'll either make the team or have any long-term impact?
Defensive back Cliff Harris, running back Chris Polk, and wide receiver Damaris Johnson top the list of undrafted rookie free agents with the best hopes to stick around this season. But it's not easy.
Historically, several Eagles have completed the hard route from forgotten to unforgettable, but it's not common. Here are the top five from recent Eagles history.
1. Chad Lewis: He joined the Eagles in 1997 as an undrafted player, was cut in 1999, and then went on to reach the Pro Bowl in three straight seasons. He played nine years with the team.