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Eagles Injury Report: Updates on Jason Peters, Donnel Pumphrey, more

Philadelphia Eagles injury update.

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The Philadelphia Eagles officially released their first injury report leading up to their Week 2 game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

The big news item is that starting left tackle Jason Peters fully participated in practice. Peters suffered a groin injury during Week 1 and couldn’t finish the game despite trying to return. He told reporters he expects to play in Week 2 and he seems to be on track to do so.

Ronald Darby was one of the two Eagles players who did NOT participate in practice. Philadelphia best cornerback is reportedly expected to be out four to six weeks. 2017 third round pick Rasul Douglas could be forced into a bigger role with Darby out.

Backup defensive tackle Destiny Vaeao also missed practice. If he can’t play, the Eagles will likely activate summer standout rookie Elijah Qualls.

Rookie running back Donnel Pumphrey was somehow limited in practice. This is a huge concern because now he might not play on Sunday! (The joke here is he would’ve been a healthy scratch anyway.)

For the Chiefs, former Eagles starting defensive tackle Bennie Logan didn’t practice on Wednesday. That’s the most noteworthy thing on their injury report.


Did Not Practice

CB Ronald Darby (ankle)
DT Destiny Vaeao (wrist)

Limited Participation

RB Donnel Pumphrey (hamstring)

Full Participation

LB Najee Goode (forearm)
DE Brandon Graham (triceps)
S Corey Graham (hamstring)
CB Jalen Mills (thumb)
OT Jason Peters (groin)


Did Not Practice

DL Bennie Logan (knee)

Limited Participation

OL Parker Ehinger (knee)
LB Reggie Ragland (knee)

Full Participation

S Ron Parker (ankle)

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