An Updated Look at The Eagles Injury Report
Following the Eagles comeback win over the Giants, there have been many updates to the Eagles injury report, and there have been players added.
After finally being good to go last night, DeSean Jackson got hurt again but this time it was on a dirty hit on a punt return.
Jackson was clearly in pain, and it really sucks to see his Eagles career potentially end this way. Today, it was revealed that he has a high ankle sprain, and head coach Doug Pederson said today that he would be out a significant amount of time.
If there’s one thing Lane Johnson continues to show, it’s that he tough. It was recommended that he should sit out another week, but Johnson knew how important this game was, and decided to play through his ankle injury. You could tell he was in pain last night and now, he has another injury on top of his current one. Johnson suffered a grade 1 MCL sprain, but he shouldn’t miss much time.
The Eagles first-round pick is two weeks ahead of schedule and would bring a big boost to this Eagles offense. Reagor was playing as one of the best rookie wide receivers in the class before tearing his UCL in his thumb. It is still unclear if Reagor will play against Dallas next week, but I’d bet that he will try his hardest to be on the field. If he can’t go next week, Reagor should be back after the bye. I can’t wait to see him take the field with Travis Fulgham and the rest of this receiving core.
One of the key parts of this team so far has been their defensive line, and Hassan Ridgeway was a pretty important piece. It was revealed today by Doug Pederson that Ridgeway will miss the rest of the season with a biceps injury.
Linebacker T.J Edwards is expected to be back next week against Dallas and should be a big help to this weak linebacker