The Philadelphia Eagles released their third and final official injury report on Friday before their game against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 16.
Three players were excluded: Josh Sweat, Kevin Seymour and Richard Rodgers.
We already know that Sweat will miss this week’s game. Given that Doug Pederson said he will “miss some time,” the Eagles may choose to get him injured. Players with the title previously have missed many games. It was disappointed to see Swat being injured when he showed hope. His injuries caused the Eagles’ Brandon Graham, Derek Barnett, Vinny Curry and Genard Avery ) Became their four defensive ends.
Siegel played an important role due to secondary injuries to the Hawks. His absence put the Hawks with Darius Slay (returning this week), Michael Jacquet and Nickell Robey-Coleman Become the only cornerback in the 53-man lineup. The Eagles put the experienced safety Blake Countess as a corner of the practice class. Maybe they will consider promoting him to participate in this week̵
Considering how he was removed from the game last week, Rodgers may be an IR candidate. The Eagles used practice lineup protection on Caleb Wilson earlier this week, so maybe they will promote him to the roster and become second only to Dallas Goldt and Zach Etz The third tight ball.
Three players were ruled as suspicious: Fletcher Cox, Cameron Johnston and Duke Riley.
The Hawks previously listed Cox under the name “neck, rest”. Cox rarely misses games, so I guess he will play on Sunday…but we will see.
Johnston is still in a concussion. He must obtain an independent permit before he can participate in the competition. If the Eagles had no bettors in this game, it would be undesirable.
Reilly’s practice this week is restricted. If he can’t play, TJ Edwards hopes to have more playing time with Alex Singleton. Shaun Bradley and Joe Bachie are the only other guards in the 53-man lineup. If necessary, the Hawks can also consider raising Rashard Smith from the practice team.
The Eagles activated DeSean Jackson’s practice window earlier this week, so he is eligible to return to the game on Sunday. It is not clear whether he is healthy enough to adapt. The Hawks must put Jackson back on the roster before 4:00 pm Eastern time on Saturday to play Dallas.
Philadelphia Eagles injury report (Friday)
TE Richard Rogers (Shin)
CB Kevon Seymour (knee)
DE Josh sweat (wrist)
DT Fletcher Cox (neck)
P Cameron Johnston (concussion)
LB Duke Riley (biceps)
OT Andre Dillard
OT Jack Driscoll
LB Nathan Gerry
WR DeSean Jackson (designated to return home)
CB Craig James
OT Lane Johnson
CB Cre’By LeBlanc
CB Avonte Maddox (CB Avonte Maddox)
TE Josh Perkins
OT Jason Peters
DT Hassan Ridgeway
LB Davion Taylor
LB Jatavis Brown
WR Marquise Goodwin
Dallas Cowboys Injury Report (Friday)
Cowboys have no real surprises.
Starting guard Leighton Vander Esch, starting safety Xavier Woods and starting defensive tackle Antwaun Woods went all out.
Despite being ruled as suspicious, Ezekiel Elliott is still expected to play. The Eagles want the Cowboys to waste a bit on Zeke instead of letting the more efficient Tony Pollard lead. Despite missing the entire week of practice due to illness, the second-ranked near end Blake Bell is expected to play.
It’s important to remember that the Cowboys’ injury bench includes key starters, such as Tyrone Smith (starts left tackle), Zach Martin (starts right back) and Lal Collins (starts right tackle) ball). The Eagles really need their defensive line to eat in this game.
DB Rashard Robinson (knee)
LB Leighton Vander Esch (ankle)
DT Antwaun Woods (ankle)
S Xavier Woods (ribs)
TE Black Bell (Illness)
RB Ezekiel Elliott (calf)
CB Deante Burton
OT La’el Collins
OT Cameron Irving
DT Trysten Hill
Hyatt Regency OT Mickey
TE Blake Jarwin
LB Azul Kamala
LB Justin March
CB Richard Ellis
OT Tyrone Smith
CB Maurice Canardi
WR Stephen Gideley
FB Jamize Oravale
It may be worth mentioning here that the Washington football team ruled that Alex Smith was suspicious, while Terry McLaughlin was suspicious of Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. The Hawks need to beat Dallas and see Washington lose this week to establish a potential NFC Eastern Conference Championship game in Week 17.