UPDATE: Here’s some encouraging news, maybe?
#Eagles first-round WR Jalen Reagor left practice early today with a shoulder injury, source said. At this point, there is optimism it isn’t serious, but he’ll undergo tests to be sure and know the full extent of the ailment.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 30, 2020
ORIGINAL STORY BELOW.
The Philadelphia Eagles are dealing with some new injury issues on the final day of training camp practice open to reporters.
Starting quarterback Carson Wentz missed Sunday’s session due to a “lower body injury.” The Eagles are describing him as a “day-to-day” and they’re stressing that they’re just being cautious with him in order to make sure he’s ready for Week 1, which is only 14 days away.
Nate Sudfeld and Jalen Hurts split first team quarterback reps with Wentz missing practice. Sudfeld was the first guy up.
In other news, Jalen Reagor left practice early after suffering some kind of upper body arm. The Eagles’ 2020 first-round pick stayed on the ground for a bit after Avonte Maddox forced a pass breakup meant for him in team drills. Reagor jogged off the field holding his wrist/arm and was evaluated by trainers on the sideline before walking back to the locker room.
Reagor’s had a nice summer and it wouldn’t be good if he’s seriously hurt. He figures to be in the starting lineup — at least on a rotational basis — if/when he’s healthy.
Lane Johnson (seventh missed practice), Vinny Curry, Miles Sanders, Javon Hargrave, and Genard Avery are all still out. Dallas Goedert and Quez Watkins both missed practice for the second day in a row.
We’ll have even more updates on the Eagles’ injury situation coming soon. Just wanted to get a quick post up on these two injuries while I’m at practice. Check back for more updates.