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Eagles Injury Report: Nelson Agholor and Lane Johnson miss practice for the second day in a row

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The Philadelphia Eagles issued their second official injury report on Thursday in advance of their Week 12 game against the Seattle Seahawks.

Three players DID NOT PARTICIPATE in practice: Nelson Agholor, Lane Johnson, and Rudy Ford.

Agholor said he’s “day-to-day” and hopes to practice on Friday. Agholor also denied being behind the burner account that surfaced on Twitter.

Johnson’s potential absence is a big deal considering Carson Wentz is 25-13 when the right tackle starts and 3-9 when he doesn’t. Andre Dillard faces a real tough challenge in going up against Jadeveon Clowney this weekend.

Ford was previously limited on Wednesday. Ford was lining up as the Eagles’ third safety in Week 11. If he can’t play, the Eagles will be down to just Malcolm Jenkins, Rodney McLeod, and Marcus Epps at safety.

Three players were LIMITED in practice: Jordan Howard, Alshon Jeffery, Jason Peters.

Howard’s status for this week’s game is still uncertain. He was limited all of last week before not playing against the Patriots.

Jeffery’s status is also uncertain. It seems like there’s a chance he’ll suit up this weekend.

Peters seems on track to start at left tackle.

One player was a FULL participant in practice: Nigel Bradham

Bradham is on pace to play this weekend for the first time since getting hurt in Week 6. He figures to replace Nathan Gerry at the middle linebacker.

We’ll learn more abut the team’s injury situation when they put out their third and final injury report on Friday afternoon.



WR Nelson Agholor (knee)
S Rudy Ford (abdomen)
OT Lane Johnson (concussion)


RB Jordan Howard (shoulder)
WR Alshon Jeffery (ankle)
OT Jason Peters (knee)


LB Nigel Bradham (ankle)



The Seahawks have a ton of names on their injury report but, as noted on Wednesday, it seems like they’re being liberal with how players are listed. Their Week 10 injury report looked similarly lengthy and yet they only ruled two players questionable. We’ll be able to glean more from Seattle’s final injury report on Friday.


DE Jadeveon Clowney (knee/hip)
TE Ed Dickson (knee)
DT Jarran Reed (ankle/groin)
CB Neiko Thorpe (groin)
TE Luke Willson (hamstring)


OT Duane Brown (knee/biceps)
OT George Fant (knee)
OG Mike Iupati (not injury related/foot)
DE Quinton Jefferson (hip/ankle)
WR Tyler Lockett (shin)
LB K.J. Wright (shoulder)


RB Chris Carson (not injured related)
S Quandre Diggs (hamstring)
WR Josh Gordon (ankle)
S Lano Hill (elbow)
TE Jacob Hollister (not injury related)
K Jason Myers (right hip)
LB Bobby Wagner (not injury related)
QB Russell Wilson (hamstring)
DT Al Woods (not injury related)

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