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Eagles vs. Cardinals Final Injury Report: Darius Slay questionable, two players ruled out

Week 15 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 15 game against the Arizona Cardinals.

Two players were ruled OUT: Jack Driscoll and Avonte Maddox.

Driscoll is reportedly out for the season so he’ll likely be placed on injured reserve in the near future. Matt Pryor is set to replace him at right tackle, which means the Eagles will be using their 13th different starting offensive line combination in 14 games this year.

Maddox might also be headed to IR with Doug Pederson saying he’s expected to “miss some time.” If last week was any indication, the Eagles might be planning to use Nickell Robey-Coleman as an outside cornerback with Kevon Seymour rotating in when NRC shifts inside to play in the slot. Not ideal.

UPDATE: The Eagles officially placed Driscoll and Maddox on IR.

Three players were ruled QUESTIONABLE: Darius Slay, Malik Jackson, and Grayland Arnold.

Slay was limited in practice for the second day in a row. He’s still in the concussion protocol and thus need to be independently cleared before he can play. The guess here is that he’ll be able to play this weekend. But we’ll see.

Jackson was a full participant on Friday. He’s officially questionable since he’s still in the concussion protocol but it looks like he’ll be cleared. He’s further along than Slay.

Arnold missed practice on Wednesday before being limited the past two days. It’d be nice if he was healthy in order to provide safety depth and special teams help. But the Eagles might have to be cautious with his hammy.

Fletcher Cox, Josh Sweat, T.J. Edwards, Shaun Bradley, Rudy Ford, and Michael Jacquet are all listed without a game status after previously appearing on the injury report this week. The Eagles are getting some reinforcements for defense and special teams from that group. Positive development.



OT Jack Driscoll (knee)
CB Avonte Maddox (knee)


S Grayland Arnold (hamstring)
DT Malik Jackson (concussion)
CB Darius Slay (concussion)



OT Andre Dillard
LB Nathan Gerry
WR DeSean Jackson
CB Craig James
OT Lane Johnson
CB Cre’Von LeBlanc
S Rodney McLeod
TE Josh Perkins
OT Jason Peters
DT Hassan Ridgeway
LB Davion Taylor


OG Brandon Brooks


LB Jatavis Brown


WR Marquise Goodwin


The Cardinals officially ruled out starting nose tackle Jordan Phillips, starting nickel cornerback Jalen Thompson, and kicker Zane Gonzalez.

Starting left guard Justin Pugh, starting cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick, and top pass-catching running back Chase Edmonds are all questionable. Pugh didn’t practice all week. Edmonds was limited on Friday. Kirkpatrick was limited the past two days.


LB Kylie Fitts (hamstring)
K Zane Gonzalez (back)
DE Jordan Phillips (hamstring)
S Jalen Thompson (ankle)


RB Chase Edmonds (ankle)
CB Dre Kirkpatrick (hamstring)
OG Justin Pugh (calf)



CB Robert Alford
TE Darrell Daniels (designated for return)
LB Isaiah Irving
DE Chandler Jones
CB Johnathan Joseph
DE Josh Mauro (designated for return)
DT Corey Peters


OT Marcus Gilbert

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