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Eagles issue one of their shortest injury reports of the season

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The Philadelphia Eagles issued their first official injury report on Wednesday in advance of their Week 11 game against the Cleveland Browns.

It’s one of their shortest injury reports of the season! Not that getting healthier really made a difference for them in Week 10.

Only two players DID NOT PARTICIPATE: Shaun Bradley and Rudy Ford.

Bradley missed Wednesday’s session due to unspecified illness. Hopefully it doesn’t turn out to be COVID-19 related.

Ford suffered a hamstring injury during Sunday’s loss to the New York Giants. Ford has been good on special teams this season when healthy ... but his hamstring has been bothering him dating back to training camp. Can’t stay on the field.

Two players were LIMITED PARTICIPANTS: Fletcher Cox and Jason Peters.

Just veteran rest days for Cox and Peters.

Isaac Seumalo and Zach Ertz participated in practice to some extent but aren’t listed on the injury report since they’re still on injured reserve. The sense here is that Seumalo is closer to returning than Ertz is.

It’s good to see that Lane Johnson avoided making the injury report. He played 100% of the Eagles’ offensive snaps in Week 10 for the first time since Week 3.

Also good to see that Nate Herbig isn’t listed here. If he’s ready to return, the starting offensive line might look like this in Cleveland:

Left tackle — Jason Peters
Left guard — Isaac Seumalo
Center — Jason Kelce
Right guard — Nate Herbig
Right tackle — Lane Johnson

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES INJURY REPORT (WEDNESDAY)

DID NOT PARTICIPATE

LB Shaun Bradley (illness)
S Rudy Ford (hamstring)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION

DT Fletcher Cox (rest)
OT Jason Peters (rest)


CLEVELAND BROWNS INJURY REPORT (WEDNESDAY)

Browns star edge rusher Myles Garrett missed practice due to illness. Cleveland will hope that’s not COVID-19 related.

On that note, Browns starting right tackle Jack Conklin, kicker (and old friend) Cody Parkey, and long snapper Charley Hughlett were placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday. There’s time for them to be cleared before Sunday’s game but it wouldn’t be good for Cleveland if they’re not.

Getting back to the injury report, starting guards Joel Bitonio and Wyatt Tellere were limited but probably will be fine for Sunday. Same goes for starting defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson.

DID NOT PARTICIPATE

DE Myles Garrett (illness)
C JC Tretter (knee/not injury related)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION

OG Joel Bitonio (elbow)
DT Sheldon Richardson (knee)
OG Wyatt Teller (calf)

FULL PARTICIPATION

WR Jarvis Landry (hip)
LB Jacob Phillips (knee)
LB Sione Takitaki (hand)