The Eagles have signed CB Roc Carmichael and placed S Earl Wolff on the IR.
The week 9 Eagles’ studs and duds after a crucial ten-point, injury-riddled win over the Texans.
As the Philadelphia Eagles prepare to bounce back with a win, there were no real surprises showing up on the weekly injury report. Linebacker Mychal Kendricks will miss his third straight game, but just about everything else on the Friday injury report was pretty common as the Eagles get ready to host the St. Louis Rams this Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field.
Linebacker Mychal Kendricks is one of two Eagles players to be ruled out for this weekend’s game. Center Jason Kelce is the other as he begins rehabbing a hernia injury that will force him to miss extended time. Kendricks is still nursing a calf injury that was suffered in the Monday night game in Indianapolis in week two. He did not practice at all this week.
With Mychael Kendricks out of commission for Sunday, the Eagles will have to hope for the best from Emmanuel Acho or Casey Matthews. Acho has not been seen on the team’s official depth chart but he may be able to get the start over Matthews.
Earl Wolff talks about losing the starting safety job to Nate Allen after the Eagles final preseason game.
There is one preseason game remaining, but there is still much to be settled when it comes to the Eagles roster.
It’s taken a few years, but Nate Allen feels comfortable.
The Eagles are looking to tighten things up against the Steelers.
The Eagles’ second-year strong safety who suffered a hyper-extended right knee last season returned to practice Sunday.
The Eagles defense might have been better than you think last season.
Rookie safety Early Wolff, who missed five of the last six games with a knee injury, was active for the Eagles for their NFC wild-card playoff game.
The Eagles, Flyers and Villanova have been on fire as of late.
The Philadelphia Eagles will need their defensive secondary to be on their toes this weekend with Drew Brees leading the New Orleans Saints in to town with a monster of a passing offense. Fortunately for the Eagles, the defensive backfield is getting healthier in time for the playoffs.
CB Brandon Boykin, who was knocked out of the Minnesota game with a head injury, and S Earl Wolff, who missed the last four games with a knee injury, were listed as probable against the Bears.