PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Tough news for fan-favorite Jon Dorenbos.

Dorenbos, the Eagles’ long-time long-snapper (and magician), has been placed on season ending injured reserve with a wrist injury, head coach Doug Pederson announced on Monday.

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Dorenbos, 36, is a two-time Pro Bowler. He is the longest tenured Eagles’ player, joining the team in 2006.

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Dorenbos appeared in his 162nd consecutive game with the Eagles on Sunday, tying Harold Carmichael for the longest streak in franchise history.

Pederson also announced that Wendell Smallwood and Matt Tobin have Grade 2 MCL sprains and are week-to-week, which could end their respective seasons as well.

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Safety Jaylen Watkins has finger injury and Darren Sproles is in the concussion protocol after taking a hit to the head.