The big news is that Jalen Reagor was upgraded to full participation. Reagor was looking pretty active in Wednesday’s practice despite being listed as limited so this makes sense. It’s still not perfectly clear if he’ll actually play, though, since the Eagles might want to be cautious with their rookie first-round pick. But maybe he’s just ready to play. Will be interesting to see how the Eagles list his status on Friday’s final injury report.
Miles Sanders, Lane Johnson, and Derek Barnett were limited for the second day in a row. Also, Corey Clement is a new addition to the report. The sense is that Sanders and Johnson will play. Barnett might be more a game-time decision. Clement being added isn’t ideal; he needs to stay healthy after dealing with injury issues the past two years. And with Sanders already banged up, that only leaves Boston Scott and new acquisition Jason Huntley as the only two fully healthy backfield options.
Javon Hargrave and Alshon Jeffery missed practice for the second day in a row. Both players figure to miss Sunday’s game.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES INJURY REPORT (THURSDAY)
DID NOT PARTICIPATE
DT Javon Hargrave (pectoral, hamstring)
WR Alshon Jeffery (foot)
DE Derek Barnett (hamstring)
RB Corey Clement (quadricep)
OT Lane Johnson (ankle)
RB Miles Sanders (hamstring)
WR Jalen Reagor (shoulder)
WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM INJURY REPORT (THURSDAY)
The only change on Football Team’s injury report is that veteran linebacker Thomas Davis was downgraded to not practicing on Thursday after being limited on Wednesday. Looks like he’ll miss Sunday’s game, which hurts Washington’s depth.
Starting cornerback Kendall Fuller was notably limited for the second day in a row. The Eagles should certainly be looking to challenge him in coverage if he plays.
DID NOT PARTICIPATE
LB Thomas Davis Sr. (calf)
OT Saahdiq Charles (calf)
CB Kendall Fuller (knee)
DT Jonathan Allen (knee)
WR Antonio Gandy-Golden (concussion)