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Eagles injuries: Earl Wolff to miss several weeks, Mychal Kendricks does not have an ACL tear

Gregory Shamus

The Eagles got more than a win on Sunday against the Packers. While the win column receive another tally, the injury report became a bit more populated as well during the victory over Green Bay. Starters on both sides of the ball left the game following various leg injuries. Offensive tackle Jason Peters was able to escape from a major injury, while Earl Wolff and Mychal Kendricks may not have been so lucky.

Kendricks avoided an ACL tear but his status is unknown for the Eagles upcoming game against the Redskinsaccording to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer. The knee injury occurred early in the game against the Packers, and special teams player Najee Goode filled in for him. It is unclear whether Goode would start for Kendricks if he were to miss Sunday's game.

Wolff is expected to miss "several weeks," per McLane. The rookie's knee injury also occurred in the first half and veteran Pat Chung took his place in the lineup. Chung received a negative grade from Pro Football Focus for his efforts against the Packers.

Peters is expected to play against the Redskins, despite exciting the Week 10 win twice due to leg injuries. He only had 10 plays on the field, but graded well by Pro Football Focus standards.

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