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.


Injury Report: Philadelphia at Pittsburgh

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

Your division leading, yes division leading, Philadelphia Eagles will be heading to western Pennsylvania to play the Pittsburgh Steelers. Although the Eagles do have a lot of injuries in general, the injury report is relatively short. A few guys playing through some nagging injuries and some guys still trying to battle back from injuries. 

 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles  

Playing 

Lane Johnson RT  

Lane Johnson was limited early this week in practice with his sore ankle. Johnson is expected to play and be an anchor on what was a surprisingly not awful offensive line last week.

J.J. Arcega-Whiteside WR

JJAW was a full participant all week after missing last week with a bad calf. Hopefully Carson can find him a couple times and get Arcega-Whiteside going.

Out

Desean Jackson WR  

Jackson was limited all week this week with a bad hamstring. With JJAW in the lineup and Jackson out this week the game plan could change to give J.J. more targets.

Alshon Jeffery WR  

Alshon is still out with his foot injury. He did not practice on Thursday and Friday and was limited on Wednesday. The Eagles hope Alshon plays this year.

Avonte Maddox CB

Maddox’s status has not changed since last week. Maddox is still out with an ankle injury. He, luckily, has not been placed on injured reserved so he should come back for week five.

 

Pittsburgh Steelers

Out

Derek Watt FB

Unfortunately for the Eagles, the wrong Watt brother is out. The Birds offensive line would’ve enjoyed TJ Watt being on the injury report but Derek will have to do. Watt is out with a hamstring injury.

Marcus Allen LB

Allen is mostly a special teamer as he sits behind Devin Bush on the depth chart. He will be out with a foot injury.


Injury Report: Philadelphia at San Francisco

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

The laundry list of injuries continues to pile up. After the pitiful effort to tie the Bengals, the Birds fly west to face the equally injured San Francisco 49ers. Yes the Eagles will be missing some studs on the offense, but the 9ers will also be short some big names this week. Can the Eagles take advantage of San Francisco's injuries will be the question. 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles  

Playing 

Lane Johnson RT  

Lane Johnson was limited all week in practice with his sore ankle. Johnson is expected to play and be one of the only positives on the offensive line.

Jason Kelce C 

Kelce got some rest this week. He was limited on Wednesday but was a full participant on Thursday and Friday.  

Questionable 

J.J. Arcega-Whiteside WR

JJAW’s status is in question with a calf injury. Arcega-Whiteside did not practice Wednesday and Thursday and was limited on Friday. The lack of depth at receiver could hurt the Eagles.

Out

Desean Jackson WR  

Jackson was out all week this week with a bad hamstring. He did not participate at all and his out this week. With the injury troubles at receiver, expect Greg Ward Jr. to see more targets.

Jason Peters LT  

JP is out this week with turf toe. He was placed on the injured reserved and will be out for three weeks. Jordan Mailata will be protecting Wentz’s blind side this week.

Alshon Jeffery WR  

Alshon is still out with his foot injury. He did not practice on Thursday and was limited on Wednesday and Friday. The Eagles hope to see Jeffery active for week five’s contest.  

Trevor Williams CB

Williams was placed on IR this week with a rib injury. This puts him out a minimum of three weeks.

Dallas Goedert TE

Wentz is out one more weapon for the foreseeable future. Goedert was placed on the injured Reserved with a fractured ankle. Hakeem Butler was signed from Carolina’s practice squad and will be active this week.

Avonte Maddox CB

Maddox is out this week with an ankle injury. He, luckily, has not been placed on injured reserved so he should come back for week five.

San Francisco 49ers

Playing

George Kittle TE

Kittle had missed some time with a knee injury. He was a full participant all week. Makes for a good week of tight end play.

Jerick McKinnon RB

McKinnon was a full participant this week after having an apparent rib injury. The 9ers may lean on him some with Garropolo being out.

Questionable

K’waun Williams CB

Williams serves as San Francisco’s nickel back. He was limited on Thursday and Friday with a hip injury and will be a game time decision.

Out

Jimmy Garropolo QB

Jimmy G did not play last week and will once again be out with an ankle injury. Nick Mullens will be running the 49ers offense Sunday night.

Dee Ford DL

Ford is a forced to be reckoned with on San Francisco’s defensive line. Luckily for the Eagles offensive line, he will be out this week with a back injury.

Dre Greenlaw LB

Greenlaw will be out this week with a quadricep injury. I expect the 49ers to play more nickel defense this week without one of their linebackers.

Emmanuel Moseley CB

Moseley is one of two starting corners out for the 49ers this week. Moseley did not make it through concussion protocol and will be out. If the Eagles had any healthy receivers it would be a good week to take advantage of their secondary.

Ahkello Witherspoon CB

Witherspoon is the other 9er corner that’s out this week. Witherspoon is dealing with a bad hamstring. He was a full participant early in the week but was gradually downgraded as the week progressed.

Raheem Mostert RB

The speedy Mostert has been out for a couple weeks now with a knee injury. Mostert has said that the turf at MetLife Stadium was the reason for his injury. This will lead the way for Jeff Wilson to get more touches.

Jordan Reed TE

The former Washington tight end played well in Kittle’s absence but he now also finds himself on the injury report. The former Eagle killer will be out this week with a knee injury.


Injury Report: Cincinnati at Philadelphia

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

The battle of two winless teams. Will the Eagles be able to go a week without losing a big piece of their team to injury? Will the Eagles ever win a game? Hopefully our defense can come up with some schemes to confuse the Bengals rookie quarterback and Carson Wentz can play like the 2017 version of Carson Wentz. The injury report is long but not as daunting as many think. 

Injury Report 

Philadelphia Eagles  

Playing 

Lane Johnson RT  

Lane Johnson was limited early this week in practice with his sore ankle. Johnson ended up being a full participant in practice but the end of the week. Expect him to start and help keep Wentz upright. 

Jason Peters LT  

JP was limited at some points this week in practice for rest reasons. The old man will be good to go for Sunday’s game.   

Desean Jackson WR  

Jackson did not participate in Wednesday practice just to get some rest. He’s healthy and active for Sunday’s contest.   

Jason Kelce C 

Kelce, like Peters and Jackson, got some rest this week. He was limited on Wednesday but was a full participant on Thursday and Friday 

Questionable 

Fletcher Cox DT  

Fletcher Cox did not practice early this week. Cox is dealing with an abdomen injury and is still day-to-day. The defense may struggle against the run if their All-Pro defensive tackle is out this week. 

Out

Alshon Jeffery WR  

Alshon is still out with his foot injury. He did not practice on Wednesday and was limited on Thursday and Friday. The Eagles hope to see Jeffery active for week four’s contest.  

Jalen Reagor WR 

The rookie receiver tore a ligament in his thumb and will be out for multiple weeks. Maybe J.J. Arcega-Whiteside finally steps up this week.  

 

Cincinnati Bengals 

Questionable 

Mike Daniels DT 

Mike Daniels did not participate all week in practice with a sore groin. He’s currently listed as questionable and will be a game time decision.  

Out 

Geno Atkins DT 

Geno Atkins is out this week with an apparent shoulder injury. This is big for the Eagles. With both Bengals interior defensive lineman being banged up, that could lead to a big game for Miles Sanders and the Eagles running game.  

 


Injury Report: Los Angeles (N) at Philadelphia

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

After a tough loss against the Washington Football Team the Birds are getting a lot of big pieces back from injury against a solid Los Angeles team. With some stars coming back will it be enough for the Eagles to get their first win?

Injury Report

Philadelphia Eagles 

Playing

Javon Hargrave DT 

Hargrave was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday while dealing with pectoral and hamstring ailments but was a full participant on Friday. Expect Hargrave to make his first start this weekend on an already strong Eagles defense. 

Lane Johnson RT 

Lane Johnson was day-to-day last week leading up to the game against Washington and inevitably did not play. Johnson was a full participant in practice most of this week. Expect him to start and help keep Wentz upright 

Jason Peters LT 

JP had a sore knee and was limited at some points this week in practice. The future hall of famer should be good to go for Sunday’s game.  

Miles Sanders RB 

The second year back was out last week with a bad hamstring. Sanders is back this week and is focused on pass protection. His presence in the backfield should also lead to more rushes called by Coach Pederson. 

Fletcher Cox DT 

Fletcher Cox took it easy this week in practice. Not because of injury, but for rest reasons. Big Fletch will be good to go Sunday.  

Desean Jackson WR 

Jackson, like Cox, rested this week at some points during practice. Although it appeared that DJax was injured last week in Washington he said he was fine and he's ready to go.  

 

Questionable

Derek Barnett DE 

The former first round pick missed week one due to a bad hamstring but was a full participant this week in practice. I'd be shocked if he did not play this week versus Los Angeles.  

Brandon Graham DE 

BG eased back into practice this week after going through concussion protocol. If Graham is out this week, Josh Sweat played very well last week and should be a solid replacement.  

Out 

Alshon Jeffery WR 

Alshon is still out with his foot injury. He did not practice all week and isn't expected back for another week or two.  

 

Los Angeles Rams 

Questionable 

Gerald Everett TE 

Rams tight end Gerald Everett is dealing with a bad back but was a full participant in practice on Friday. If Everett doesn’t play, starting tight end Tyler Higbee could have a big game.  


Injury Report: Philadelphia at Washington

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By Evan Krawczuk, Contributing Writer

No preseason games and the Eagles still find a way to not be healthy. One would think that just having a month straight of training camp would make the Eagles more cautious with handling injuries. Nope. In just the last few days two major injuries could plague the Birds. 

Injury Report

Out 

Miles Sanders RB

Sanders did not make the trip to Washinton. The second year running back is dealing with sore hamstring. Expect to see a heavy dose of Boston Scott. 

Alshon Jeffery WR

Alshon is dealing with a bum foot that has been nagging him for some time now. With the arrival of rookie Jalen Reagor and the threat of Desean Jackson on the outside the Eagles should be able to pass the ball without too many hiccups 

Derek Barnett DE

Like Sanders, Barnett is also dealing with a bad hamstring. This clears the way for Josh Sweat to get the start at defensive end. With blocking assignments likely being focused on Cox and Graham, Sweat could make a big impact on today’s game.  

Javon Hargrave DT

Eagles fans will have to wait at least another week for Hargrave’s Philadelphia debut. Hargrave is dealing a pec injury which clears the road for Malik Jackson to get the start. Jackson is no slouch as a back-up, but the much-anticipated debut will have to wait.  

Lane Johnson RT

Big, Lane Johnson is out with a sore ankle. The Eagles line could be in trouble. Jack Driscoll is the potential suitor for the right tackle spot in Johnson's absence. Our ever-thin offensive line depth could be getting thinner. 

 

Injured Reserved/Physically Unable to Perform 

Brandon Brooks RG

Starting right guard Brandon Brooks tore his achilles and will be out for the season. Look for Matt Pryor to replace him.  

Andre Dillard LT

Second year tackle Andre Dillard tore his bicep and will be out for an extended amount of time. Old man Jason Peters will be back for what seems like year 75 to play left tackle for the Eagles.  

Will Parks S

Off-season signing, and Philly native, Will Parks has a lower body injury that will keep him sidelined today. Its estimated he’ll be back healthy week four. Jalen Mills and Rodney McLeod will be at the safety spots today.