The Philadelphia Eagles have released their second official injury report in preparation of their Week 10 game against the Carolina Panthers.
Nick Foles, who suffered a fractured collarbone this past Sunday, was the only player who didn't participate in practice. On Thursday, the third-year quarterback was officially ruled out for the team's upcoming game. Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said he's not exactly sure when Foles will return. A report from earlier in the week suggested that Foles will be out anywhere from six to eight weeks. Kelly noted on Friday that Foles is scheduled to have another X-ray in three or four weeks to determine how the bone is healing. In the meantime, of course, Mark Sanchez will be filling in for Foles.
Starting safety Nate Allen was listed as a full participant for the second straight day. Allen missed the team's Week 9 game due to a hamstring injury.
Veteran wide receiver Brad Smith could also return to game action this week. Smith has been out since having surgery on a groin injury in Week 6. He'll play on special teams and serve as the emergency quarterback behind Sanchez and Matt Barkley.
Due to the fact the Eagles and Panthers play on Monday night, both team's final injury reports won't be released until tomorrow on Saturday.
Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report (Friday)
QB Nick Foles (collarbone)
S Nate Allen (hamstring)
CB Nolan Carroll II (groin)
C Jason Kelce (hernia)
ILB Mychal Kendricks (calf)
OG Evan Mathis (knee)
WR Jeff Maehl (foot)
WR Brad Smith (groin)
Eagles injury reports: Thursday |
Carolina Panthers Injury Report (Friday)
No change in Carolina's injury report from Thursday.
Did Not Practice
CB Bene Benwikere (ankle)
OG Trai Turner (ankle)
DT Dwan Edwards (knee)
DT Kawann Short (ankle)
WR Philly Brown (concussion)