Note that this report is just an agreementThe timing is because tThe Eagles had a wandering tour instead of a normal practice. Nick Siriani has made it clear that he wants to be careful with the players because it will be later in the season and Philly still hasn’t had a goodbye week.
Three players are listed under DID NOT PARTICIPATE: Dallas Goedert, Davion Taylor and Fletcher Cox.
Guedert is still in the concussion protocol. We’ll get a better gauge of how he’s progressing toward a comeback over the next couple of days. If he is listed on the DNP roster again on Thursday, he could be in danger of missing out on Sunday’s game.
Taylor is an unexpected addition to the injury report. The second-year midfielder was seen wearing Large brace on his left leg in the facility. Taylor originally injured his knee in training camp, so it is probably related to this disease. It’s not good to see he might be out considering he’s been showing some hope lately. He’s one of the Eagles’ top two linebackers and not a whole lot of talent to work with.
Cox regularly had rest days early in the week. He will be fine on Sunday.
Five players were included in the limited participation: Lynne Johnson, Jason Kelsey, Javon Hargrave, Rodney MacLeod, and Shawn Bradley.
Johnson, Kelsey, Hargrave, and MacLeod were regularly getting lighter workloads earlier in the week. They must be good to play.
Bradley was included in the report of having a shoulder problem at week 9 but not at week 10. I think he would be fine to play despite being beaten up.
Two players included in the full post: DeVonta Smith and Jordan Howard.
Smith was dealing with an elbow problem that caused him to wear a brace on his arm. Speaking after Sunday’s game, Smith said the brace was “for safety only” and not a big deal for him.
Howard straightened his ankle in Denver but will be ready to play this weekend.
Darius Sly, Landon Dickerson and JJ Arcega-Whiteside miss the injury report after missing some shots in Week 10.
Miles Sanders is not included in the injury report because it is intended for players on the 53-man roster. Siriani said the Eagles will see how it progresses in practice before they decide to activate it. He added that there was a “definitely” chance that Sanders could play the Saints.
Philadelphia Eagle injury report (Wednesday)
did not participate
DT Fletcher Cox (rest)
TE Dallas Guedert (concussion)
LB Davion Taylor (knee)
LB Sean Bradley (shoulder)
DT Javon Hargrave (shoulder)
O.T. Lynn Johnson (The Rest)
Jason Kelsey (the rest)
S Rodney McLeod (knee)
RB Jordan Howard (ankle)
WR DeVonta Smith (elbow)
New St Orleans injury report (Wednesday)
The Saints have some key players in their injury report.
The big news is that the All-Pro comeback has been limited. Kamara did not train last week and sat out week 10. It looks like he might have a chance to go on the weekend but that has yet to be confirmed. His progress is worth watching.
Beginning offensive tackles Terron Armstead and Ryan Ramczyk missed Wednesday’s training. Armstead was unable to play in Week 10; He may be in danger of losing another game. Ramczyk hasn’t missed a shot this year, so the Saints might have it easy on him early in the week.
Saints sack leader Tanoh Kpassagnon and assistant/instrument player Taysom Hill also noticeably missed training.
We’ll learn more about the Saints’ injuries from Thursday’s report.
did not participate
OT Terron Armstead (knee/shoulder)
QB Taysom Hill (feet)
WR Ty Montgomery (hand)
OT Ryan Ramczyk (knee)
DT Malcolm Roach (knee)
DE Tanoh Kpassagnon (ankle)
RB Alvin Camara (knee)
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