Jalen Reagor leaves practice with Shoulder Injury, out 2-4 weeks
Today is just not the Philadelphia Eagles day. Not too long after Carson Wentz left early with a minor lower-body injury, Jalen Reagor left as well. Reagor went to tackle one of the defensive backs after backup Jalen Hurts threw an interception. Reagor left holding his arm/wrist and has been diagnosed with a shoulder injury.
#Eagles rookie WR Jalen Reagor came up holding his wrist/arm after making a tackle on one of Jalen Hurts’ interceptions at practice today. He went into the locker room with trainers.
— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) August 30, 2020
According to Ian Rapoport, the Eagles don’t believe the injury is serious but he will undergo tests to determine the exact severity of the injury. He will be expected to have his MRI soon. This is a potential tough blow to the Eagles after already losing Brandon Brooks and Andre Dillard for the season alongside a large number of small injuries to the team.
#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
According to recent updates, the Eagles believe there is a minor tear in Reagor’s labrum. The timetable if that is the case is roughly 4 weeks. The Eagles are waiting on a second opinion and if that is the case, no surgery will be required. The Philadelphia Eagles begin their season in 2 weeks against the Washington Football Team.