Injury Report: Washington at Philadelphia

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

This nightmare of a season finally come to an end on Sunday Night Football against a team that does not have a name but with the playoffs on their mind. It may be the last time the Eagles see some franchise favorites like Ertz, Kelce, Wentz and Jason Peters on the sideline. With that being said, there are also a lot of injuries keeping some studs out in this game that means the Playoffs for Washington. 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Out

Carson Wentz QB

Wentz is a healthy scratch this week. Potentially keeping him healthy for trade opportunities. We may have seen the last of Wentz as an Eagle.

Richard Rodgers TE

Richard Rodgers had been a sort of safety blanket at points this season when Ertz and Goedert had missed time. Not this week. Rodgers is out this week with an ankle injury.

Derek Barnett DE

A big loss on the defensive front this week. Barnett is out this week with a calf injury. Genard Avery will see more time this week due to the injuries.

Shaun Bradley LB

The rookie linebacker was out all this week with a neck injury. Bradley had played well on special teams and decent in short stints at linebacker.

Fletcher Cox DT

Fletch is out with a neck injury. One of the corner stones of this Eagles defense for a long time. No need to risk any further injury with Cox, he’s out this week.

Dallas Goedert TE

Goedert is out with a calf injury. With Goedert and Rodgers both being out, it leads the way for Ertz to be the shining star at tight end in what may be his last game as an Eagle.

Desean Jackson WR

The speedster played and scored last week in his first week back from the ankle injury. That ankle is an issue again and Jackson will be out.

Jordan Mailata T

Mailata has been very good this year. Unfortunately, Jaylon Smith launched himself at Mailata’s head last week and he has a concussion. Brett Toth will be starting at tackle.

Duke Riley LB

Riley was limited this week with a bicep injury. He was officially ruled out and will be replaced by Joe Bachie.

Miles Sanders RB

Sanders is dealing with a knee injury. Even if Sanders was 100% it wouldn’t make a ton of sense to risk the future of this Eagles offense in a meaningless game.

Nickell Robey-Coleman DB

Robey-Coleman is dealing with an illness and will be out this week. It seems like it’ll be a secondary by committee type situation for Week 17.

Questionable

Michael Jacquet CB

Jacquet was limited in practice this week with a calf injury. Although he played very poorly last week, there's not much depth left in this Eagles secondary.

Washington Football Team

Out

Thomas Davis LB

The wily veteran is out for this week matchup with a knee injury. Davis has had knee troubles all of his career and is getting up there in age, so this isn’t a huge surprise.

 Questionable

Antonio Gibson RB

 Gibson did not practice all week with a toe injury. He is still a game time decision but if he doesn’t play Washington has a formidable backup in J.D. McKissic.

Terry McLaurin WR

McLaurin has been a dynamic receiver this  season but could be out for week 17 with an ankle injury. McLaurin’s absence could loom large for the already decimated Eagle’s secondary, though recent reports seem to indicate he will play.

Alex Smith QB

Smith was limited this week but was announced the starter for Sunday Night Football. Smith is as tough as they come and should be a frontrunner for the comeback player of the year award.

Kevin Pierre-Louis LB

Pierre-Louis was limited this week in practice with an ankle injury and is still a game time decision. If Pierre-Louis is unable to play he will be replaced by Khaleke Hudson.  


Injury Report: Philadelphia at Dallas

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

The Eagles head to Big D with their playoffs hopes still alive. The Football Team would have to lose to the Panthers. Good news, their game starts 20 minutes before Eagles vs. Cowboys so both teams will know what they're playing for. More good news, the Eagles get some playmakers back on offense and defense!

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Playing

Desean Jackson WR

DJax is back after that seemingly gruesome ankle injury Jackson suffered against the Giants. Jalen Hurts now has a legitimate speed threat on the outside and a dangerous playmaker on the offense.

Darius Slay CB

Slay has completed concussion protocol and will be active for Dallas week. The Eagles are getting studs back on both sides of the ball and that should help out mightily.

Out

Josh Sweat DE

Sweat has been having somewhat of a breakout year. Avoiding injuries has been a large part of that. Not this week. Sweat missed practice every day this week and will be out against the Cowboys (he was placed on IR on Saturday).

Kevon Seymour CB

Seymour was one of those corners no one had heard of coming into last week. With the Eagles secondary already decimated by injury, Seymour is also out with a knee injury (he was placed on IR Saturday).

Duke Riley LB

Riley has been a big part of the Eagles special team units and even has played decent on defense. Alas, Riley missed a big chunk of time with a bicep injury and is out this week.

Richard Rodgers TE

Richard Rodgers had been a sort of safety blanket at points this season when Ertz and Goedert had missed time. Not this week. Rodgers is out this week with an ankle injury.

Derek Barnett DE

Another big loss on the defensive front this week. Barnett is out this week with a calf injury. Genard Avery will see more time this week due to the injuries.

Questionable

Fletcher Cox DT

Fletch missed practice all week with a neck injury. Cox misses time almost every week so his practice time isn’t a deal breaker but Cox would be a huge loss if he is out this week.

Cameron Johnston P

Johnston missed the end of the game last week after suffering a concussion. Johnston is still a game time decision but with Doug’s aggressiveness offensively it may not make a difference.

Dallas Cowboys

Out

Leighton Vander Esch LB

Vander Esch has always struggled with injuries. This week he is suffering from an ankle injury and the Cowboys lose one of their leaders on defense.

Antwaun Woods DT

Like Vander Esch, Woods also missed time all week with an ankle injury. Woods’ backup is Tyrone Crawford, who is no slouch and will definitely make an impact.

Xavier Woods S

Xavier Woods missed practice all week suffering from a rib injury. The lone bright spot in the Cowboys secondary is out and will be replaced by Reggie Robinson II.

Rashard Robinson DB

Robinson is out with a knee injury. Robinson is a backup corner and more of a special teams guy but nonetheless will not be active against the Eagles.

Questionable

Ezekiel Elliot RB

Zeke missed last week’s game with a calf injury. His first game missed as a pro. Currently, he is still questionable with the same injury. Pollard was a more than respectable backup last week and will get a lot of touches whether Elliot plays or not.

Blake Bell TE

Bell is the Cowboys backup tight end and is a game time decision while he deals with a non-COVID related illness.


Injury Report: Philadelphia at Arizona

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

The Eagles fly to the desert to face off with the Arizona Cardinals. The Cards need a win to stay in the playoff hunt and they're taking on a banged up Eagles defense, especially in the secondary. Arizona's receiving corps could have a field day against a secondary that has Jalen Mills as its only healthy starter. 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Out

Darius Slay CB

Slay did not make the trip to Arizona this week due to a concussion. A huge loss for the Eagles, especially facing one of the strongest receiving corps in the league.

Rodney McLeod S

McLeod tore his ACL last week against the Saints and is out for the season. The leader of the Eagles secondary will be sorely missed for the rest of the way. McLeod is often considered the glue that keeps the Eagles secondary somewhat together.

Avonte Maddox CB

Maddox was placed on the injury reserve list with a knee injury. He will miss at least three weeks. Basically, Maddox is out for the season unless the Eagles make some kind of playoff push.

Grayland Arnold DB

Yet another defensive back is out this week. Arnold was limited all week in practice with a hamstring injury and will not be playing. The Eagles will really be scraping the bottom of the barrel for secondary help.

Jack Driscoll T

Driscoll suffered an MCL injury last week and was placed in the injured reserve. Driscoll will be out the rest of the season and Matt Pryor will be taking over at right tackle.

 

Questionable

Malik Jackson DT

Jackson was working through concussion protocol all week and was a full participant in practice by Friday. Still, Jackson is a game time decision in the desert.

 

Arizona Cardinals

Out

Jalen Thompson S

The Cardinals will be without their starting safety this week due to an ankle injury. Thompson didn’t practice all week and will be replaced by Deionte Thompson.

Zane Gonzalez K

Gonzalez was placed on injured reserve with a bad back and the Cardinals have added veteran Mike Nugent to replace him.

Jordan Phillips DE

Phillips, like Gonzalez, was placed on IR this week but, unlike Gonzalez, Phillips has a hamstring injury. The Cardinals have a very athletic and versatile defense, they should be able to find new ways to get to Hurts.

Kylie Fitts OLB

Fitts is out with a hamstring injury. Mainly a backup to Hasson Reddick, the Cardinals should have little problem replacing him.

 Questionable

Chase Edmonds RB

Edmonds missed a lot of time this week with an ankle injury. He is currently a game time decision. If he ends up not playing, it could lead to a big day for Kenyan Drake.

Dre Kirkpatrick CB

Kirkpatrick also missed a lot of time this week but due to a hamstring injury. If Kirkpatrick doesn’t play he will be replaced by second year man Byron Murphy Jr..

Justin Pugh OL

Pugh did not participate at all in practice this week while dealing with a hamstring injury. His status is currently unknown but if he is out, he will be replaced by Max Garcia.  


Injury Report: New Orleans at Philadelphia

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

The Eagles welcome the NFC leading New Orleans Saints to the Linc on Sunday. Jalen Hurts is making his first start against, the just as athletic, Taysom Hill for the Saints. It'll be interesting to see how Doug utilizes Jalen Hurts, especially against the Saints top defense. With some key pieces out, it could be a long day for the Eagles. 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Out

Jason Peters T/G

One week after switching to guard, Jason Peters will be taking his left tackle money to the IR. Peters will be having season ending toe surgery.

TJ Edwards LB

Edwards missed practice all week with a hamstring injury and will be out this week. The only reliable linebacker the Eagles have had is Alex Singleton, but this injury could lead the way for rookie Shaun Bradley to start.

Michael Jacquet CB

Jacquet, like Edwards, was out all week with a bad hammy. Jacquet was starting to make strides as the slot corner and as a boundary corner.

Rudy Ford S

Ford was, once again, out all week in practice with a hamstring injury. He will not be playing this week and the Eagles lose an important piece of their special teams unit.

Questionable

Grayland Arnold DB

Arnold was limited on Friday with a hamstring injury. His status for the game against New Orleans is still up in the air.

New Orleans

Out

Patrick Robinson CB

Former Eagle Patrick Robinson is out this week with a hamstring injury. Although he’s on the opposing team, Robinson is one of those guys Eagles fans still root for, but his absence may take a toll on the Saints’ elite defense.

Malcolm Brown DT

Saints’ defensive tackle Malcolm Brown is out this week with a shoulder injury. This hole in the middle of their defense could open up the running game for the Eagles (Hint, Hint, Doug Pederson).

 Questionable

Deonte Harris WR/RS

Harris missed some time with a neck injury this week in practice. He was a full participant on Friday, but is still listed as questionable.


Injury Report: Seattle at Philadelphia

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

The Eagles finally lost their strangle hold of first place in the NFC East with their loss to the Browns. It doesn't get much easier for the Eagles this week, either. The Seahawks fly in for a Monday night matchup in a game the Eagles need if they want to keep pace in the division. Some flipping and some losses on the offensive line could have an impact on this game and Carson Wentz's health. 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Out

Lane Johnson T

Johnson underwent season ending ankle surgery after stating that he felt as if his ankle had collapsed. Jack Drsicoll will be taking over at right tackle for the rest of the season.

Zach Ertz TE

There was a possibility for Ertz to be activated off of the Injured Reserved list but that won't be happening. The Eagles hope for the Ertz to be back next week. 

Rudy Ford S

Ford was, once again, out all week in practice with a hamstring injury. He will not be playing this week and the Eagles lose an important piece of their special teams unit.

Questionable

Jason Peters G/T

It seems as if as soon as Peters found out he was moving back to guard, he decided to get injured again. Peters was limited all week in practice and is still a game time decision.  

Seattle Seahawks

Out

Brandon Shell T

Shell missed all week of practice with an ankle injury. He will be replaced by Cedric Ogbuehi. This could open up the possibility for a big game from the Eagles defensive ends.

Travis Homer RB

Homer missed time this week with, the ever so common, wrist, thumb, and knee injuries. He is more of a rotational back so it’s not a huge hit for the seahawks offense, especially with Chris Carson listed as healthy.

 Questionable

Jordan Simmons G

Simmons did not participate in practice all week with a calf injury. He is their back up and center and his absence, if inactive, shouldn’t be too much of concern for the Seahawks.

Kyle Fuller C/G

Fuller missed practice every day this week with an ankle injury. Like Simmons, Fuller is a backup and his status will only have a large impact if the Seahawks lose some lineman to injury during the game.

D.J. Reed CB

Reed was out all week with a bad foot. Reed gets some in-game reps at corner but doesn’t play a large role in the Seahawks defense.

Freddie Swain WR

Swain is mostly a special teams guy but does see some action on offense. He missed some time this week with a foot injury and took some personal time.

David Moore WR

Moore was limited in practice this week due to a hip injury. Moore is often used as the Seahawks third receiver. His game status could loom large for the Eagles secondary and help them to hone in on Metcalf and Lockett.


Injury Report: Eagles at Cleveland

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

The Birds are heading to Ohio after a bad, bad loss again the New York Giants. The Eagles were simply out-coached and out-played last week and it was embarrassing. Cleveland is not the Browns of the last two decades; they have some talent and are competing in that strong AFC North. Luckily, the Eagles are fairly healthy and, hopefully, they learned from their coaching mistakes last week to make this game competitive. 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Out

Rudy Ford S

 Ford was out all week in practice with a hamstring injury. He will not be playing this week and the Eagles lose an important piece of their special teams unit.

Reserve/COVID 19 List

J.J. Arcega-Whiteside WR

Corey Clement RB

Vinny Curry DE

 All three of these guys were placed on the COVID list due to coming in close contact with someone who was COVID positive or testing positive themselves.  

  

Cleveland Browns

 Questionable

Wyatt Teller G

Teller was limited all week in practice with a calf injury. If he is out this week, Fletcher Cox and the rest of the Eagles D-Line could have a strong day.

Mack Wilson LB

Wilson’s status is a little bit more up in the air than Teller’s. Wilson did not practice Thursday and was limited on Friday. Wilson is dealing with a hip injury and it would be a huge loss for the Browns, more than impressive, defense.

Reserve/COVID 19 List

Myles Garrett DE

Chris Hubbard T

Andy Janovich FB

The big name here is obviously Garrett, who is the star of the Browns defense. With Isaac Seumalo active again and no Garrett, fans should expect better offensive line play this week.


Injury Report: Philadelphia at New York (N)

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

Your division-leading Eagles will be heading up to North Jersey to take on the 2-7 New York Giants. The bye week couldn't have come at a better time. A good number of key players got healthy and are playing this week. 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Playing

Lane Johnson OT

The big right tackle was limited early this week but is expected to be healthy for Sunday’s game. Johnson was dealing with an ankle injury that’s been nagging him all season but should be good to go versus the Giants.

Miles Sanders RB

Miles had an awkward knee injury a few weeks back but practiced fully on Thursday and Friday. Even if Sanders tweaks it again, Boston Scott has had his best games against the Giants.

Alshon Jeffery WR

Wait, what? Alshon is playing this weekend? That’s correct. Alshon is back. It’ll be interesting to see how Jeffery is utilized with the emergence of some of the other receivers.

Cre’Von LeBlanc CB

LeBlanc was questionable going into Dallas week and ended up not playing. The bye week helped him get healthy and he’s full go this week.

Malik Jackson DT

Jackson was dealing with a quad injury and used the bye week to rest up and get fully healthy. He’s been pretty productive from the defensive tackle spot and should be a great addition.

Jack Driscoll OT

Driscoll got his ankle rolled up on a few weeks back and is now healthy. The depth on the offensive line will be huge, especially if there’s an early exit from either Jason Peters or Lane Johnson.

Nate Herbig G

Herbig was dealing with a finger injury early in the week. He was a full participant by the end of the week and will be suiting up at guard this week.

Out

Craig James CB

James was a full participant on Wednesday but then didn’t practice at all on Thursday or Friday. James is dealing with a shoulder injury.

New York Giants

Playing

Leonard Williams DT

Williams was listed as “non injury related” but missed some time in practice. He is expected to play.

Logan Ryan DB

Similar to Williams, Ryan was also listed as “non injury related” and missed some time this week. He is also expected to play.

Sterling Shepard WR

Shepard was dealing with a hip injury and a toe injury. He is expected to play this week and typically has good games against the Eagles.

Kaden Smith TE

Smith was going through concussion protocol and has been cleared. He is Evan Engram’s back up so he shouldn’t be too much of a concern.

Questionable

Golden Tate WR

Former Eagles receiver Golden Tate missed some time this week with a knee injury. Tate is most likely a game-time decision.

Isaac Yiadom DB

Yiadom was limited this week with a calf injury. Being their starting corner, his status will be key for the Eagles passing offense.

Out

Devonta Freeman RB

Freeman missed a lot of time in practice this week with an ankle injury and is out. Wayne Gallman will be his replacement.


Injury Report: Dallas at Philadelphia

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Out

Miles Sanders RB

Sanders is still suffering from his knee injury and will not play this week. A huge hit to the Eagles offense, especially since Sanders was playing well as of late. Boston Scott had the game winning touchdown catch last week and should continue to be a big part of the offense.

Nate Gerry LB

Nate Gerry was placed on Injured Reserve with an ankle injury. You never like to see anyone get hurt but Gerry’s injury gives Schwartz a reason to get other linebackers on the field. Gerry has not been good.

Genard Avery DE

Avery was placed in the Injured Reserve list due to an elbow injury. Avery had been playing well in limited reps. This IR listing means he is out for at least three weeks.

Desean Jackson WR

In Jackson’s first action in a few weeks, he had his leg bent the wrong way in what seemed to be a gruesome injury. Luckily, the optics were worse than actuality. Jackson is dealing with an ankle injury but is on the Injured Reserve list.

Cre’Von LeBlanc CB

LeBlanc was limited in practice on Thursday and did not participate in practice on Friday while dealing with a quad injury. Not to worry though, Darius Slay has been elite this year.

Craig James CB

James did not participate in practice all week with a hamstring injury. He will be out this week.

Jack Driscoll T

Driscoll is still out after leaving the game early two weeks ago when he got his ankle rolled up on. Lane Johnson is playing this week so there is not too much concern.

Alshon Jeffery WR

Jeffery is staying at home on the injury report. It has been said that Jeffery got hurt at some point during practice and Doug Pederson didn’t know what happened or even when it happened. Feed Jalen Reagor.

 

Playing

Lane Johnson T

Johnson is going to try to tough it out and play through his ankle injury. If Johnson is to reaggravate his ankle, Brett Toth will get more game action

Malik Jackson DT

Jackson is out this week with a quadricep injury. Outside of his big hit on Joe Burrow, Jackson has been relatively quiet this year.

K’Von Wallace S

Wallace missed last week’s game with a neck injury. The rookie is back this week and it would be interesting to see if he can get in the mix next to Rodney McLeod.

Jason Peters T

The body guard is back. His replacement, Jordan Mailata, played well in JP’s absence so it’ll be interesting to see who gets the brunt of the snaps.

Jalen Reagor WR

Rookie receiver Jalen Reagor will be back in the lineup this Sunday night. He should see the most targets this week and will be able to justify his first round selection.

Dallas Goedert TE

Goedert is back off the IR. With Ertz out this week Goedert should be Wentz’s safety blanket.

TJ Edwards LB

Edwards is back off the IR and will be playing this week. Nate Gerry’s absence will leave snaps available to Edwards to fill. Edwards could be a more than solid linebacker given some experience.

Dallas Cowboys

Out

Andy Daulton QB

The Red Rocket got rocked last week against Washington and is in concussion protocol. James Madison Univeristy product, Ben DiNucci is expected to get the start. One of DiNucci's top targets, Michael Gallup, has called out the Eagles defensive line which I believe is the scariest part of the Eagles team. Good luck DiNucci.

 

Editor's Note: This quote has been incorrectly attributed to DiNucci himself by many organizations.

Playing

Zack Martin G

Martin was working through concussion protocol and was a full participant in practice all week. Martin will be active for Sunday night’s game.


Injury Report: New York (N) at Philadelphia

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

After a somewhat impressive performance on Sunday, the Eagles welcome the, slightly more woeful, New York Giants to The Linc. This is the first game all season it feels like the Eagles are a favorite going into the game. But who knows what team will show up on Thursday night? Granted, a majority of people didn't know who Jason Croom was when he scored on Sunday, so its probably fair to question WHO actually is going to be playing Thursday night. Here are some who will definitely be out and some who may try to fight through some injuries. Oh, and, of course, Alshon Jeffery.

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles 

Out

Miles Sanders RB

Sanders is suffering from a knee injury and will not play this week. A huge hit to the Eagles offense, especially since Sanders was playing well as of late. Boston Scott is expected to carry the load in the running game.

Zach Ertz TE

Ertz, who has not played well at all this year, is out with an ankle injury this week. With Goedert also out, Wentz may have to look to Richard Rodgers and, last week touchdown-scorer, Jason Croom.

Malik Jackson DT

Jackson is out this week with a quadricep injury. Outside of his big hit on Joe Burrow, Jackson has been relatively quiet this year.

Jack Driscoll T

Driscoll left the game early last week after getting his ankle rolled up on. That led the way for Brett Toth to get some game reps last week.

Alshon Jeffery WR

Jeffery has found a home on the injury report. Not only is Jeffery suffering from the same foot injury but he now also has a calf injury. Feed Travis Fulgham.

K’Von Wallace S

Wallace suffered a shoulder injury on special teams on Sunday and is out this week.

Playing

Lane Johnson T

Johnson is going to try to tough it out and play through his ankle injury. If Johnson is to reaggravate his ankle, Brett Toth will get more game action

Desean Jackson WR

Jackson was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice after dealing with a hamstring injury. He is expected to play but it’ll be interesting to see if he is on a snap count.

Marcus Epps S

Epps was a full participant in Wednesday’s after dealing with a rib injury. His game status was unlisted, so he should be full-go.

Avonte Maddox CB

Maddox was limited in Wednesday’s practice with an ankle that has kept him sidelined. Maddox is expected to suit up for Thursday night’s game.

Duke Riley LB

Like Maddox, Riley was also limited in Wednesday’s practice, but with a rib injury. Riley is also expected to be active for Thursday’s game.

New York Giants

Out

C.J. Board WR

Board is out this week while going through concussion protocol.

Tae Crowder LB

Crowder will not be playing Thursday after not practicing due to a hamstring injury.

Questionable

Darius Slayton WR

Starting receiver Darius Slayton will be a game time decision with a foot injury. Slayton has burned the Eagles secondary in the past so Slayton’s status could be key for the Eagles defense.

Playing

Dion Lewis RB

Half of the tandem that has to replace Saquon was a full participant in practice Tuesday and Wednesday. Dion Lewis is expected to play Thursday after dealing with a hand injury.


Injury Report: Baltimore at Philadelphia

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

The Eagles have a tough week six matchup with the Baltimore Ravens. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is a running back that just so happen to be able to throw a football 65 yards. It'll be tough matchup for the Eagles on both sides of the ball as the Ravens also have a stingy defense. 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles  

Questionable

Darius Slay CB

Big Play Slay missed some time this week going though concussion protocol. Slay would be a huge loss for the Eagles this week. His status could be key to an Eagles victory.

Out

Lane Johnson RT

The sore ankle finally catches up with Lane Johnson. Johnson did not participate all week and will not be playing this week. Auburn product Jack Driscoll should be seeing Johnson’s reps.

Desean Jackson WR  

Jackson was limited all week with a bad hamstring. Not to worry though, Travis Fulgham is a man amongst boys  and should be able to carry the load. The Birds hope to see Jackson back for next week’s game.

Alshon Jeffery WR  

Is Alshon ever going to play this year? He is STILL out with a foot injury. At this point, you have to wonder if Alshon would interrupt the connection Wentz has with other receivers.

Matt Pryor G/T

The Eagles O-Line is taking another hit this week. Pryor is out with an illness.  Get excited though, Jamon Brown should be getting the start at guard this week.

Avonte Maddox CB

Maddox’s status has not changed since last week. Maddox is still out with an ankle injury. He still, luckily, has not been placed on injured reserve so he can play as soon as he is healthy.

Marcus Epps S

Epps is out with a rib injury this week. He didn’t practice all week. This may be a good thing for the Eagles defense because Epps couldn’t cover even if there was Thanksgiving leftovers and he was tinfoil.

 

Baltimore Ravens

Questionable

Marcus Peters CB

Peters missed some time this week with a thigh injury. He appears to be healthy and is expected to play.

Jimmy Smith CB

The Raven’s other corner, Jimmy Smith, also missed some time this week but his was because of a knee injury. Doug Pederson should see this and attack the outside.

Ronnie Stanley T

Bookend tackle Ronnie Stanley missed a little bit of practice this week with a shoulder injury. By the end of the week he was a full participant and will be ready to go Sunday.

Tyre Phillips G

Phillips, like Stanley, also missed some time this week with a shoulder injury. Phillips is also expected to play but these injuries on the Raven’s offensive line may be an attack point for Jim Schwartz’s defensive line.

Out

Brandon Williams DT

Just placed on the COVID list, Williams plays a huge part in containing the run game for the Ravens. Over the past four years, the team has allowed just under 90 yards rushing per game when he is out there to stop the run as opposed to nearly 160 yards per game when he is not. That should make it a better game to hand Sanders the ball.