The Philadelphia Eagles returned to practice on Tuesday for the first time since their big win over the Dallas Cowboys. Keep in mind Tuesday is typically a light session, and even more so this week because the Eagles trained in their indoor practice facility. Here's a full update on the team's injury situation.
Just a reminder that the Eagles placed their promising stud rookie linebacker on injured reserve on Monday afternoon. The team signed Emmanuel Acho to fill his spot on the roster.
The Eagles' starting safety did not practice. Jenkins didn't leave Philadelphia's Week 9 game with an injury so perhaps this was just a rest day for him.
Philadelphia's starting left tackle did not practice. Peters has been out since leaving the Eagles' Week 7 game early due to back spasms. With Peters out, Lane Johnson once again took reps at left tackle.
The good news for the Eagles is that Ryans returned to practice in some capacity. The bad news is that Ryans told reporters he didn't do too much in practice. Defensive coordinator Bill Davis said Ryans is still day to day with a hamstring injury.
Alonso fully participated in practice just like he did last week, but Davis admitted Alonso is still not ready to play in a full time starting role just yet. Alonso only played about a third of Philadelphia's defensive snaps against Dallas.
Agholor was a full participant in practice last week before being ruled questionable on the final injury report. The Eagles kept Agholor inactive for the game on Sunday night. Chip Kelly explained he felt Agholor wasn't ready. Perhaps the rookie will be able to return this week.
The team's fourth safety got hurt playing on special teams against the Cowboys.
The Eagles will release their first official Week 10 injury report tomorrow on Wednesday.