Rodney McLeod to miss second-straight game this Sunday against 49ers
The Philadelphia Eagles will be without one of their captains once again this weekend against the San Francisco 49ers. Safety Rodney McLeod will be out for the second-straight game this season as he rehabs from that torn ACL that he suffered last winter. McLeod was activated off the PUP list at the end of August, but has yet to play for the Eagles this season.
In Rodney McLeod’s absence, K’Von Wallace will likely be the starter once again alongside fellow safety Anthony Harris. Wallace played 89% of defensive snaps against the Falcons, and Marcus Epps is still recovering from the concussion he suffered last Sunday.
Landon Dickerson looks to be active for the first time this season alongside most of the Eagles’ injury list from yesterday. Every player listed was active in some portion, and there has been no word if any other players will miss time against the 49ers. For the 49ers, they have a long list of injuries already, with several key players on defense listed as out or questionable against Philadelphia.
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