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Eagles injury updates on Nate Sudfeld, Dallas Goedert, Lane Johnson, Derek Barnett, and many others

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Looking at the health of the team.

Photo credit: Trey Madara, for Bleeding Green Nation

The Philadelphia Eagles sent out a big injury update during Saturday morning’s practice. Let’s take a closer look.

NATE SUDFELD

The team confirmed that Sudfeld — who was wearing a sling — is out for “multiple weeks” with a broken wrist. ESPN reported that Sudfeld is expected to return in six weeks.

DALLAS GOEDERT

Dallas Goedert is “week-to-week” with a calf injury. The belief is that he’ll miss the rest of the preseason but he’ll be ready for the regular season.

LANE JOHNSON

Johnson’s in the same boat as Goedert except he’s dealing with a knee injury. Certainly doesn’t seem like we’ll see Carson Wentz taking preseason snaps if his starting right tackle isn’t going to be out there.

DEREK BARNETT

For the first time all offseason, Barnett participated in 11-on-11 today. Good sign as he makes his way back from a long shoulder injury recovery.

BLAKE COUNTESS

Countess is out for “multiple weeks” after suffering a hamstring injury during Thursday’s game. This development could be good news for Johnathan Cyprien’s chances of making the 53-man roster.

MACK HOLLINS

Hollins participated in some 7-on-7 action today for the first time since starting to miss practices with a hip injury.

SHELTON GIBSON

Gibson is still “week-to-week” with a knee injury. Not good for his roster chances. Especially with Marken Michel stepping up in his absence.

DAESHON HALL

Daeshon Hall is “day-to-day” after suffering a shoulder injury against the Titans. His injury partially explains why the Eagles traded for Eli Harold. There are reps to fill.

HASSAN RIDGEWAY

Ridgeway suffered a concussion and must pass through the NFL’s mandatory protocol before being cleared to return to practice.

FLETCHER COX

Still recovering from his foot injury.

BRANDON BROOKS

Still recovering from his Achilles injury.

NIGEL BRADHAM

Still recovering from his foot injury.

RONALD DARBY

Still no team drills as he recovers from his knee injury with Week 1 — his targeted goal — less than a month away.

JALEN MILLS

Still on the active/Physically Unable to Perform list.

KAMU GRUGIER-HILL

Kamu walked out to the sideline towards the end of Saturday’s practice with a knee brace on his left leg.

CRE’VON LEBLANC

Still out with a foot sprain that could reportedly keep him sidelined until November.

RICHARD RODGERS

Still day-to-day with a foot injury. With Goedert and Rodgers not practicing, the Eagles’ healthy tight ends are Zach Ertz, Joshua Perkins, Will Tye, and Alex Ellis.

BOSTON SCOTT

Still missing practice due to an ankle injury.

PAUL WORRILOW

Worrilow was doing some rehab stuff on a side field.