The Philadelphia Eagles expect to finish up the 2014 season on the road against the New York Giants with linebacker Trent Cole on the field. Quarterback Nick Foles, of course, will miss the final game of the season after having his second half of the season essentially wiped out by a broken collarbone.
The Philadelphia Eagles suffered a third straight loss, and the pain that comes with each loss is growing more and more intense. With a 27-24 setback on the road against NFC East rival Washington, the Eagles now see their playoff hopes about to be flushed away.
The studs and duds from the Eagles’ Week 14 loss against the Seahawks.
With a 24-14 setback Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field, the Eagles were dealt a dose of reality and given plenty to think about and work on before next Sunday night’s home game against the division rival Dallas Cowboys.
Mychal Kendricks talks about his maturity as a player and his preparation for Thursday’s game.
The Philadelphia Eagles will put the offense in the capable hands of Mark Sanchez once again on Sunday afternoon against the Tennessee Titans at Lincoln Financial Field. Quarterback Nick Foles is the only player on this week’s final injury report that has been ruled out of action for Sunday’s game as the Eagles look to rebound with a win following a dreadful loss in Green Bay. Every other player appearing on the depth chart is officially ruled probable to play Sunday.
The Philadelphia Eagles will head to the land of brats and cheese this weekend to take on the Green Bay Packers as close to full strength as they can be at this point in the season. The only starter that will not start, that is not injured for the rest of the season, is quarterback Nick Foles.
The Philadelphia Eagles will have a couple of starters back in the fold Monday night when they host the Carolina Panthers at Lincoln Financial Field. Starting left guard Evan Mathis (knee) has returned to the active roster and is expected to start for the Eagles. Safety Nate Allen (hamstring), after missing last week’s win against the Houston Texans, will return to his starting position this week as well.
Before the Philadelphia Eagles took flight for Houston, the team injury report offered more treats than tricks. Running back Darren Sproles (knee) and center Jason Kelce (hernia) were each officially upgraded to probable for the weekend’s road game against the Houston Texans.
As the Philadelphia Eagles head back to work this Sunday in Arizona, they will do so with the possibility of the offensive line getting a bit stronger. It is unknown whether or not running back Darren Sproles or linebacker Mychal Kendricks will be available this weekend. Both players are listed are questionable for Sunday’s afternoon game against the Arizona Cardinals out west.
Chip Kelly tells reporters encouraging injury updates on some of the Eagles’ key players.
Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks wrote that he will practice this week, and gave his perspective on his injury.
The Philadelphia Eagles will be without one starting linebacker Sunday night against the New York Giants at Lincoln Financial Field. They could be without two. Mychal Kendricks will miss his fourth straight game and DeMeco Ryans is officially listed as questionable for the Sunday night NFC East battle.
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.