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Eagles vs. Browns Final Injury Report: Isaac Seumalo on track to return, Zach Ertz likely out

Week 11 game status updates.

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The Philadelphia Eagles issued their third and final official injury report on Friday in advance of their Week 11 game against the Cleveland Browns.

Only one player on the active roster was ruled OUT: special teams contributor and backup safety Rudy Ford.

J.J. Arcega-Whiteside is also out this week after testing positive for the coronavirus. It remains to be seen if Corey Clement and/or Vinny Curry and/or Marcus Epps will be activated from the reserve/COVID-19 in time to play on Sunday. If they’re not available, the Eagles will be able to make more practice squad elevations than usual.

According to Doug Pederson, Isaac Seumalo is set to be activated from injured reserve in time for Sunday’s game. Here’s what the starting offensive line could look like:

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

Pederson wouldn’t commit to Herbig being ready to play despite the fact he’s not listed on the injury report. Strange. Herbig was active for last week’s game but didn’t play due to a finger injury.

Zach Ertz’s practice window was activated earlier this week but Pederson indicated he’s unlikely to play in Cleveland. Maybe he’ll be able to return when the Eagles host the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football in Week 12. He’ll have an extra day to get ready in that case.

Lane Johnson was limited in Friday’s practice due to a neck issue but is listed without a game status.

John Hightower returned to practice on Friday after missing Thursday due to illness.

Eagles passing game coordinator/quarterbacks coach Press Taylor and wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead will not be available for Sunday’s game due to COVID-19 protocols.



S Rudy Ford (hamstring)



WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
RB Corey Clement
DE Vinny Curry
S Marcus Epps


DE Genard Avery
OT Andre Dillard
TE Zach Ertz (designated to return)
LB Nathan Gerry
WR DeSean Jackson
CB Craig James
TE Josh Perkins
DT Hassan Ridgeway
OG Isaac Seumalo (designated to return)


OG Brandon Brooks


LB Jatavis Brown


WR Marquise Goodwin


The big news is that Browns star pass rusher Myles Garrett will miss this week’s game after testing positive for COVID-19.

Starting right tackle Jack Conklin, fullback Andy Janovich, and kicker Cody Parkey are currently on the reserve/COVID-19 list but could be cleared in time for Sunday’s game. Wouldn’t be good for Cleveland if Conklin and/or Parkey can’t play.

Starting right guard Wyatt Teller, who has been a revelation for Cleveland, is now questionable to play after tweaking his calf. Kevin Stefanski said he’s “hopeful” to have Teller active. Could be playing at less than 100%.

Starting linebacker Mack Wilson is also questionable. The Browns’ linebackers aren’t great to begin with so not a great development for Cleveland.


OG Wyatt Teller (calf)
LB Mack Wilson (hip)



OT Jack Conklin
DE Myles Garrett
OT Chris Hubbard
FB Andy Janovich
K Cody Parkey


WR Odell Beckham Jr.
S Grant Delpit
WR JoJo Natson
DE George Obinna
DE Curtis Weaver
CB Greedy Williams
DE Trevon Young


DT Andrew Billings
OT Drake Dorbeck
OG Drew Forbes
OG Colby Gossett
OG Malcolm Pridgeon

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