Eagles Injury Report: CJ Gardner-Johnson, Robert Quinn both out for Week 13 matchup with Tennessee
On Friday, the Philadelphia Eagles released their final injury report ahead of Sunday’s contest with the Tennessee Titans.
Eagles final injury report:
After being limited participants during Thursday’s practice, wideouts DeVonta Smith and Zach Pascal returned at full capacity on Friday and will be good to go Sunday. As for CJ Gardner-Johnson and Robert Quinn, they both missed practice Friday and will not suit up come Sunday.
Gardner-Johnson suffered a lacerated kidney last week and his timetable for return is still up in the air. He avoided injured reserve, which is a good sign. Quinn was a late addition to the injury report this week and will sit out Sunday with a knee injury. The veteran pass rusher hasn’t done much since coming to Philly mid-season. His snaps will likely be parsed out between Patrick Johnson and Brandon Graham.
Titans final injury report:
Tennessee has a handful of key starters scheduled to miss this week’s contest.
OLD Denico Autry, who leads the team in sacks with seven, is out. Starting nickel corner Elijah Molden and depth wideout Cody Hollister will also sit out this week’s contest. As for Pro Bowl DT Jeffery Simmons and RB Hassan Haskins, they’re both listed as questionable for Sunday’s game.
Rookie wideout Treylon Burks, who missed practice earlier this week with an illness, was a full participant Friday and is expected to play this weekend.
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