The Philadelphia Eagles have managed to stay mostly healthy through their voluntary offseason workouts so far. One exception to that pattern is Rueben Randle, who recently had gallbladder surgery. The Eagles veteran wide receiver is scheduled to be out for a few weeks, according to ESPN's Adam Caplan.
On #Eagles WR Rueben Randle (gallbladder), source said: "He's ok, just extremely sore. 2-3 weeks (for recovery)."— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) May 25, 2016
If this time-frame holds true, there's a chance Randle could miss the rest of Philadelphia's spring practices. The Eagles wrap up their offseason workout program when mandatory minicamp ends on June 9.
The good news is Randle should have plenty of time to recover before veterans report for training camp on Wednesday, July 27.
The Eagles signed Randle earlier this offseason to a one-year, $3 million contract with $500,000 guaranteed. The 25-year-old pass catcher will compete for playing time at wide receiver.