Two Eagles players have been ruled questionable: Zach Ertz and Joe Walker.
After missing practice entirely on Wednesday, Ertz was limited on Thursday and Friday. Ertz still remains in the league’s mandatory concussion protocol. He won’t be eligible to play until he passes through.
It’d obviously be a big loss for the Eagles if Ertz can’t play. If Philadelphia’s leading receiver is out, the team will have to rely on increased playing time for Brent Celek and Trey Burton.
Walker has been ruled questionable despite being a full participant in practice all week. If he can’t play, the Eagles will likely rely on Najee Goode to fill his role in the base defense. That’s how the Eagles handled this situation against the Seahawks. Dannell Ellerbe will also be active if Walker can’t play.
Everyone else is ready to play.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES INJURY REPORT (FRIDAY)
TE Zach Ertz (concussion)
LB Joe Walker (neck)
CB Sidney Jones
OT Jason Peters
LB Jordan Hicks
RB Darren Sproles
S Chris Maragos
K Caleb Sturgis
CB Randall Goforth
DT Aziz Shittu
WR Dom Williams
LOS ANGELES RAMS INJURY REPORT (FRIDAY)
Robert Woods, Alec Ogletree, and Connor Barwin are all questionable to play for Los Angeles. All three players missed practice on Wednesday and Thurdsay before being limited on Friday.
The Rams have been more optimistic about Ogletree’s playing chances compared to Woods and Barwin. But we’ll see. The Rams could potentially be without their leading receiver (Woods) and a starting outside linebacker (Barwin).
Backup cornerback Dominique Hatfield is doubtful to play after getting nicked up in practice this week. Hatfield ranks fourth on the Rams in special teams snaps.
CB Dominique Hatfield (hip)
OLB Connor Barwin (forearm)
LB Alec Olgetree (elbow)
WR Robert Woods (shoulder)
S Cody Davis
DT Dominique Easley
TE Temarrick Hemingway
FB Zach Laskey
RB Lenard Tillery