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Eagles Injury Report: Seven players miss practice, updates on the offensive line

Updates on Philadelphia’s injury situation.

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The Philadelphia Eagles issued their first official injury report on Wednesday in advance of their Week 3 game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Seven players DID NOT PARTICIPATE in practice: Jalen Reagor, Fletcher Cox, DeSean Jackson, Malik Jackson, Alshon Jeffery, Rudy Ford, and Corey Clement.

Reagor is reportedly set to go on injured reserve. He might not be back until around Week 10. Sigh. We previously wrote more about how his injury impacts the Eagles.

Cox is being described as “day-to-day,” which doesn’t mean much given the way this team has handled injuries. Unclear if he’ll be able to play this week. UPDATE: Sounds like Cox might be out.

The veteran Jacksons were resting. They’ll be back in action tomorrow.

Jeffery is on track to miss this week’s game but John Clark reports he is “expected to return in October and there is optimism it will be early October.” So, we might see Jeffery suit up for Eagles versus 49ers in Week 4?

Ford is being described as “week-to-week” so he’ll at least miss this Sunday’s game. His absence is a hit to special teams and safety depth.

Clement could be back as soon as Thursday if his illness isn’t too serious.

Three players were LIMITED PARTICIPANTS: Lane Johnson, Jason Kelce, an Jason Peters.

Johnson is still not 100% recovered from the ankle surgery he had in late August. The Eagles are likely managing him to get him to game day.

Kelce and Peters are being load-managed.

Javon Hargrave and Miles Sanders avoided making the injury report for the first time this season.

The Eagles used a new starting offensive line configuration in practice with Nate Herbig at left guard and Matt Pryor at right guard.

Pryor came in to replace Isaac Seumalo, who was recently placed on injured reserve, during the Eagles’ Week 2 game. But they seem to prefer him on the right side when given more time to prepare.



RB Corey Clement (illness)
DT Fletcher Cox (oblique)
S Rudy Ford (groin)
WR DeSean Jackson (not injury related - rest)
DT Malik Jackson (not injury related - rest)
WR Alshon Jeffery (foot)
WR Jalen Reagor (thumb)


OT Lane Johnson (ankle)
C Jason Kelce (not injury related - rest)
OT Jason Peters (not injury related - rest)


Bengals defensive tackles Geno Atkins and Mike Daniels are being described as “day-to-day.” They could potentially miss this week’s game.


DT Geno Atkins (shoulder)
DT Mike Daniels (groin)
DE Carlos Dunlap (not injury related - rest)
S Brandon Wilson (not injury related - personal)


S Shawn Williams (calf)


DT Christian Covington (arm)
LB Logan Wilson (thumb)

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