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  • A thin line: Seumalo latest Eagles OL to go down

    Sep 21 · ESPN Eagles Isaac Seumalo
  • Eagles Place Isaac Seumalo On IR

    Sep 21 · Pro Football Rumors Eagles Isaac Seumalo
  • Jake Elliott Kicks Two Field Goals And An Extra Point In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made all of his kicks in Week 2. He connected on an extra point and on two field goals, one from 38 yards out and the other from 33. It was a solid performance from Elliott surrounded by a very rough one by the Eagles offense. Elliott should remain a consistent fantasy kicker, but if the Eagles offense continues to struggle, they may not provide him with the kicking opportunities to make him a fantasy starter.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles Jake Elliott
  • J.J. Arcega-Whiteside Doesn't Record An Offensive Stat In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside was targeted twice in the Eagles Week 2 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. He was unable to come up with either target, leaving him with a stat line full of zeros. Arcega-Whiteside was hyped as potentially having a significant role in the Eagles offense this season, but he has been thoroughly irrelevant for the first two weeks. He can be left on the waiver wire in all but the deepest fantasy formats.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
  • Greg Ward Targeted Just Once In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Greg Ward saw only one target in Week 2, catching it for a five yard gain. With Carson Wentz throwing 43 passes, it was disappointing to see only one go in Ward's direction. DeSean Jackson and rookie Jalen Reagor played in two-wide sets, with tight ends Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert seeing a lot of the field together, leaving Ward on the sideline for several offensive plays. He's worth hanging onto in fantasy given the propensity for injuries to the Eagles wide receiving room, but Ward cannot be trusted as a starter at this point.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles Greg Ward Jr.
  • Jalen Reagor Catches All Four Of His Targets In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor caught all of the passes thrown his way in Week 2, totaling 41 yards. It was a nice bump after Reagor only caught one pass last week. He'll get more and more involved in the offense as time goes by, especially since he missed a lot of practice time with a shoulder injury before the season began. Reagor's arrow is pointing up even as the Eagles offensive arrow is more like a question mark.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles Jalen Reagor
  • Zach Ertz Catches Five Balls In A Week 2 Loss

    Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz caught five passes in Week 2, gaining 42 yards. Ertz was targeted seven times in a game where the Eagles offense struggled in many different aspects. Ertz was behind Dallas Goedert in targets by one, but Ertz was the one that made better use of the balls thrown his way. The Eagles offense has a lot to work on before they take on the fellow 0-2 Cincinnati Bengals next week.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles Zach Ertz
  • Miles Sanders scores a touchdown after costly early fumble Sunday

    Sep 20 · FantasyPros Eagles Rams Miles Sanders
  • DeSean Jackson Catches Six Passes In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson caught six of his nine targets in Week 2, gaining 64 scoreless yards. The Eagles offense as a whole was a mess in this one, but Jackson was at least able to come down with the most catches and the most receiving yards on the team. A matchup with the similarly 0-2 Cincinnati Bengals awaits the Eagles next week. Something will need to change with this offensive unit, but it was encouraging for fantasy managers to see Jackson have the ball thrown his way nine times.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles DeSean Jackson
  • Boston Scott Gets Seven Touches In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Boston Scott only touched the ball seven times in a Week 2 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. With Miles Sanders (hamstring) back on the field and leading the Eagles offense, Scott settled back into his backup role. He ran the ball four times for 19 yards, adding three catches for 24 more yards. Scott has shown good elusiveness and pass-catching ability, but as long as Sanders stays healthy, Scott won't be much more than a high-upside backup. He shouldn't be started in fantasy lineups as long as Sanders is starting on NFL fields.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles Boston Scott
  • Miles Sanders Totals 131 Yards In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (hamstring) looked healthy in his return to the lineup in Week 2. He ran the ball 20 times for 95 yards and a touchdown, adding three catches for 36 more yards. Sanders missed Week 1 and was questionable for this one, but he looked good and was easily the best player on the Eagles roster today. His score came on a five yard run up the middle at the end of the first half. Sanders should continue to be the most valuable fantasy piece on a struggling Philadelphia offense.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles Miles Sanders
  • Carson Wentz Struggles In A Week 2 Blowout

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz struggled in a 37-19 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 2. Wentz completed 26 of his 43 pass attempts for 242 scoreless yards and two interceptions. He helped fantasy managers out a tiny bit by running in a touchdown from the one yard line. The 0-2 Eagles take on the Bengals next week, and this offense really needs some kind of a jump soon.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles Carson Wentz
  • Jalen Hurts Active In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles rookie quarterback Jalen Hurts is active for Philly's Week 2 game against the Rams. Obviously, Carson Wentz is still the starter and won't be replaced barring injury, but this move seems to indicate that the team values the versatility that Hurts brings more than what backup Nate Sudfeld had been bringing. Hurts could see a few snaps to mix things up, but he's still not a fantasy option and should only be rostered in dynasty leagues.

    Sep 20 · Source via Eagles Jalen Hurts
  • Eagles Visiting With Devonta Freeman

    The Philadelphia Eagles are having free-agent running back Devonta Freeman in for a visit on Friday, according to the league transaction wire. It doesn't sound like a signing is imminent, but it's worth watching after lead-back Miles Sanders missed the season opener with an injury. Sanders says he's fully healthy heading into Week 2 against the Rams, though, so a Freeman signing would just provide depth to this backfield alongside Boston Scott and Corey Clement. Philadelphia didn't get much production out of either Scott or Clement against Washington, so perhaps they view Freeman as a backup upgrade. Freeman, still only 28, has been bothered by injuries in recent seasons, but he was a Pro Bowler in 2015 and 2016 with 1,000-yard rushing campaigns in both years and 22 total rushing touchdowns in that span.

    Sep 18 · Source via Eagles Devonta Freeman
  • Miles Sanders Expected To Play In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (hamstring) is expected to play in Week 2 against the Rams after sitting out the season opener. Sanders practiced in full on Thursday and should make his season debut as the team's bell-cow back this weekend. Against a Rams Defense that gave up plenty of yardage on the ground against the Cowboys in Week 1, fantasy managers should consider Sanders a strong RB2 this weekend. In other injury news, defensive end Derek Barnett (hamstring) is also expected to play after practicing in full on Thursday. Undrafted rookie Nate Herbig will start at right guard, according to head coach Doug Pederson.

    Sep 18 · Source via Eagles Miles Sanders
  • Miles Sanders Looks Good To Go

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (hamstring) practiced in full for the second straight day on Thursday, making it likely that he'll make his season debut in Week 2 against the Rams. Sanders was inactive for the season-opening upset to the Washington Football Team, with backup Boston Scott and company unable to get much going on the ground. With Alshon Jeffery still out with an injury and rookie Jalen Reagor being eased into things with his injury, Sanders should see plenty of work in his season debut, assuming he's close to full strength. Against a Rams Defense that was gashed by Ezekiel Elliott in Week 1, Sanders should be in your fantasy lineups as an RB2.

    Sep 17 · Source via Eagles Miles Sanders
  • Alshon Jeffery (foot) doesn't practice Thursday

    Sep 17 · FantasyPros Eagles Alshon Jeffery
  • Eagles Defense A Middling Week 2 Option

    The Philadelphia Eagles Defense is a decent option in Week 2 fantasy lineups. They played well for a while in Week 1 before fading near the end of the game and letting the Washington Football Team take home a win. Still, they showed their upside and should be in a close enough game against the Los Angeles Rams to make them a top-12 option for this week.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles
  • Jake Elliott OK As A Week 2 Kicker

    Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is a decent option in Week 2 fantasy lineups. The Eagles-Rams game could be a somewhat low-scoring affair, so neither kicker in the matchup makes for a top option, but Elliott is a consistent enough kicker to be worth a stream for desperate fantasy managers. He's ranked as the K14 for this week though, so there could be better options available on the wire in most leagues.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Jake Elliott
  • Dallas Goedert Looks To Build On A Great Week 1

    Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert is a strong fantasy starting option in Week 2. Goedert was fantastic in Week 1, essentially running the Eagles offense with eight catches for 101 yards and a touchdown. He's still officially "behind" Zach Ertz on the depth chart, but the Eagles run a majority of their offensive formations with both tight ends on the field. Goedert checks in as a top-10 fantasy tight end option in Week 2, with plenty of upside.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Dallas Goedert
  • Zach Ertz Still A Top Tight End Option In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz had a mostly disappointing Week 1 despite catching a touchdown, but he remains an excellent fantasy option in any format. Ertz ended up being targeted seven times in Week 1, but caught just three passes for 18 yards. Ertz was resoundingly outplayed by Dallas Goedert in Week 1, but that can switch any week. It'll be a guessing game each week to predict which Eagles tight end will be the best fantasy bet, but Ertz remains the safer choice between the two. He's a top-five option against the Rams this week.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Zach Ertz
  • J.J. Arcega-Whiteside Allegedly Still Exists

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside still plays for the Philadelphia Eagles, according to their official roster. Arcega-Whiteside was propped up all offseason as a possible breakout candidate, especially given the lack of other options at wide receiver for the Eagles. So, in Week 1, with the Eagles desperate for offense...Arcega-Whiteside was not even targeted. Legend says he was on the field in an Eagles jersey, but it's reaching Loch Ness Monster territory at this point. With rookies Jalen Reagor and John Hightower already ahead of him on the depth chart, Arcega-Whiteside is quickly fading into irrelevance in just his second season.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
  • Greg Ward Suddenly A Key Part Of The Eagles Offense

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Greg Ward has suddenly once again become a key piece of the Eagles passing game. With injuries ravaging the Eagles roster like usual, Ward saw seven targets in Week 1, catching five passes for 31 yards. The Rams Defense tends to limit deep balls, so it's possible that DeSean Jackson and Jalen Reagor could be somewhat schemed out of the game, leading to even more short targets for Ward. He doesn't have much upside, but he enters Week 2 with a decent floor, even though the Eagles might run their offense through their tight ends.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Greg Ward Jr.
  • Jalen Reagor Not A Reliable Starter Yet

    Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor is not a recommended fantasy starter for Week 2 lineups. Reagor should absolutely be rostered in most formats, but he needs to show more on the field before he can be trusted in a starting lineup. The rookie was targeted four times in Week 1, catching just one pass for 55 yards. Very little of that was Reagor's fault, however, as horrific offensive line play had quarterback Carson Wentz rushing most of his throws and not allowing any deep routes to develop. Reagor and DeSean Jackson in two-wide sets could cause mismatches against weaker defenses, but the Rams Defense excels at limiting deep balls and could end up forcing the Eagles to stick with shorter passes and dump offs. Reagor can develop into a weekly starting option with plenty of upside, but he's just not there yet.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Jalen Reagor
  • DeSean Jackson A Risky Week 2 Start

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is a risky start in Week 2 fantasy lineups. In Week 1, Jackson was targeted seven times but only caught two passes, totaling 46 yards. The Rams Defense is great at limiting deep passes, and that's where Jackson's game thrives. There's always the chance that he effectively blows the cover off a corner and scores on a deep ball, but he's also one of the wide receivers with the lowest floor, as it's just as easy to see Jackson end up catchless as it is to see him end up with a 100-yard game. He's great in best ball lineups, as he has been his whole career, but his use in more standard weekly formats is closer to that of a depth WR4/5.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles DeSean Jackson
  • Corey Clement Could Have A Role In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Corey Clement could suddenly have a role in Week 2 against the Los Angeles Rams. Although both Miles Sanders (hamstring) and Boston Scott (undisclosed) are expected to play in Week 2, either or both could be limited or on a snap count, leading to opportunity for Clement. Even with the possible path to playing time, he's nothing more than a last-ditch desperation play in 14-team leagues, though.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Corey Clement
  • Boston Scott Could Have Value In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Boston Scott (undisclosed) had to leave the game in Week 1 but was able to return. He's likely to run behind Miles Sanders (hamstring) in Week 2, although Sanders is no sure thing to play. Even if Sanders gets the start, he may be limited or on a snap count, giving Scott perhaps one more week of legitimate stand-alone fantasy value. Once things settle down with injuries on the Eagles offense, Scott won't be much more than a valuable direct backup to Sanders, but for now, he can be used as a desperation Flex play, with slightly more value in PPR formats.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Boston Scott
  • Miles Sanders Looks Ready To Go For Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (hamstring) practiced in full on Wednesday and should be good to go for Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Rams unless he experiences a new setback. The Eagles backfield was mostly a mess in Week 1 without Sanders. He'll bring a new element to the offense that should help the unit as a whole. Sanders could be on a snap count and remains a risk of re-injury, however, making him a risky low-floor option with high upside in Week 2.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Miles Sanders
  • Carson Wentz Looking Like A QB2 In Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz looks like a solid QB2 option in Week 2. Taking on a tough Rams Defense and coming off a disappointing loss to the Washington Football Team, Wentz just doesn't have the weapons on offense to be trusted as a QB1. His floor is decent enough that he won't ruin your weekly score, but most fantasy managers are likely to find a higher ceiling option available to start in Week 2. Wentz will certainly have QB1 weeks, but this is unlikely to be one of them.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Carson Wentz
  • Miles Sanders, Lane Johnson On Track For Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (hamstring) and left tackle Lane Johnson (ankle) are both on track to play in Week 2 against the Rams after missing the season-opening loss to Washington. The Eagles need both Sanders and Johnson back after they were upset in Week 1. The combination of Boston Scott, Corey Clement and Jason Huntley had just 16 carries for 55 yards. Keep a close eye on Sanders' practice status this week. If he's active, the second-year back will be, at worst, an RB3/flex for fantasy purposes if the Eagles choose to ease him back in from his nagging hamstring ailment. The return of Johnson on the left side would also be good news for Sanders owners.

    Sep 16 · Source via Eagles Miles Sanders
  • DeSean Jackson (load management) sits out practice

    Sep 16 · FantasyPros Eagles DeSean Jackson
  • Eagles To Sign G Jamon Brown Off Bears' Practice Squad

    Sep 15 · Pro Football Rumors Eagles Jamon Brown
  • Eagles Place Vinny Curry, Craig James On IR

    Sep 15 · Pro Football Rumors Eagles Vinny Curry Craig James
  • Vinny Curry (hamstring) expected to miss four weeks

    Sep 14 · FantasyPros Eagles Vinny Curry
  • Eagles Defense Not Great In Week 1 Loss

    The Philadelphia Eagles Defense did not look great in a Week 1 loss to the Washington Football Team. They recorded three sacks and actually allowed only 192 total yards of offense, but 27 points as Washington was constantly working with short fields. There wasn't much to be excited about with this defense, and they'll likely be matchup-dependent throughout the season. They'll take on the Rams at home next week.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles
  • Jake Elliott Makes A Field Goal And Two Extra Points

    Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made a 38-yard field goal and two extra points in a Week 1 loss to the Washington Football Team. Elliott should be a consistent, if somewhat safe kicking option throughout the season, although the Eagles offense looked like a mess at certain points in this one. They'll face the Rams next week.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles Jake Elliott
  • Jalen Reagor Catches One Pass In His First NFL Game

    Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor (shoulder) was targeted three times in a Week 1 loss, catching one pass for 55 yards. Reagor was expected to miss a few games with a shoulder injury but healed quickly and was able to suit up for Week 1. He showed his speed and should be a good complement to DeSean Jackson, but the Eagles offense needs to rework a lot of things before their Week 2 contest against the Rams.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles Jalen Reagor
  • DeSean Jackson Catches Only Two Passes in Week 1

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson was targeted six times but caught only two passes in Week 1, gaining 46 yards. Jackson looked healthy, but the entire Eagles offense struggled against the Washington Football Team. He and the Eagles will hope for better results against the Rams next week, but it's hard to rely on Jackson in anything besides best ball leagues at this point.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles DeSean Jackson
  • Greg Ward Leads Eagles Wide Receivers In Targets In Week 1

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Greg Ward led the Eagles wide receivers in targets in Week 1 with seven. Ward ended up catching five passes for 31 yards in a game where everyone on the Eagles offense except for Dallas Goedert struggled. Ward and quarterback Carson Wentz reportedly had an excellent rapport in training camp, so we can expect to see him continue to see targets going forward, but if he keeps leading the wide receivers, the Eagles are going to have some issues scoring points.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles Greg Ward Jr.
  • Zach Ertz Scores A Week 1 Touchdown

    Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz was thoroughly outplayed by Dallas Goedert in Week 1, but Ertz was able to manage a decent game by scoring a touchdown. In total, Ertz caught three passes for 18 yards. His score came on a five-yard pass in the first quarter from Carson Wentz. The Eagles offense struggled overall in this one, so fantasy managers can expect more from Ertz going forward, assuming the Eagles get things together.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles Zach Ertz
  • Dallas Goedert Leads The Eagles In Receiving In Week 1

    Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert led the Eagles in receiving in Week 1. He caught eight passes for 101 yards and a touchdown. Goedert's touchdown was a second quarter 34-yard strike from Carson Wentz on one of his few good throws of the afternoon. Goedert also led the team in targets with nine. He'll always have to share tight end targets with Zach Ertz, but games like this show that both can potentially be TE1s once the offense starts to click.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles Dallas Goedert
  • Corey Clement Takes Over In Week 1 After Injuries Strike

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Corey Clement took over the Eagles backfield in Week 1. Starter Miles Sanders (hamstring) was out, giving the start to Boston Scott. Scott then had to leave with an injury of his own, leaving the backfield to Clement. He ended up running the ball six times for 19 yards and caught two passes for two more yards. If Sanders and Scott are out again in Week 2, Clement will be one of the more popular waiver wire additions.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles Corey Clement
  • Boston Scott Has His Week 1 Cut Short

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Boston Scott, starting in place of the injured Miles Sanders (hamstring), ran the ball nine times for 35 yards and caught two passes for 19 yards in Week 1. He was forced to leave the game with an injury and the backfield was taken over by Corey Clement. There's a huge injury issue with the Eagles skill position players already. Clement could be a popular waiver wire addition this week if Scott's injury proves to be serious.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles Boston Scott
  • DeSean Jackson Returns To Game

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson (leg) limped off the field early in today's game against the Washington Football Team. He remained on the sidelines, holding his helmet, for a few drives before returning in the second quarter. It appears as if the injury wasn't anything major and he should be set to resume his role in the offense for the remainder of the game.

    Sep 13 · Source via Eagles DeSean Jackson
  • Javon Hargrave (pec) out for Sunday's game

    Sep 13 · FantasyPros Eagles Javon Hargrave
  • Lane Johnson (ankle) inactive for Sunday's game

    Sep 13 · FantasyPros Eagles
  • Lane Johnson 'expected to try to play today' vs. Washington

    Sep 13 · FantasyPros Eagles
  • Jalen Reagor (shoulder) will play in Week 1

    Sep 13 · FantasyPros Eagles Jalen Reagor
  • Carson Wentz Fully Healthy For Week 1

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is fully healthy for Week 1's matchup against the Washington Football team. This comes after he missed practice a couple of weeks ago due to groin tightness. Nevertheless, Wentz holds no injury designation for Week 1 and is a QB1 this week against a Washington team that was in the top-10 in terms of most points allowed to QBs.

    Sep 12 · Source via Eagles Carson Wentz
  • Miles Sanders Ruled Out For Sunday

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins. Head coach Doug Pederson had referred to Sanders as day-to-day, though the team is thinking more about his long-term health by sitting him out for Week 1. The Eagles will go with some combination of Boston Scott, Corey Clement (quadricep) and Jason Huntley, though Scott is the one to play. Scott can be viewed as an RB2 against Washington's improved defense and is a great play for those who have Sanders rostered.

    Sep 12 · Source via Eagles Miles Sanders
  • Alshon Jeffery Officially Out For Week 1

    Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (foot) has officially been ruled out for Week 1 against the Washington Football Team. The good news is that Jeffery avoided the Physically Unable to Perform list to begin the year, but he's expected to miss multiple weeks. The 30-year-old has battled injuries and inconsistency for his fantasy managers for what seems like forever at this point, so it's hard to recommend keeping him stashed in shallow leagues right now. With rookie Jalen Reagor (shoulder) expected to play through injury in the season opener, DeSean Jackson is the most attractive fantasy piece in the Eagles passing game against Washington.

    Sep 11 · Source via Eagles Alshon Jeffery
  • Eagles Expect Good Things From Jalen Reagor

    Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor (shoulder) is on track to make his NFL debut in Week 1 against the Washington Football Team. Head coach Doug Pederson said they increased Reagor's workload this week. The team will watch him over the next 48 hours, but they "expect some good things." Reagor was also taken off the final injury report, so it appears he'll play on Sunday. However, we'd expect the 21-year-old to be eased in and play limited snaps while nursing his shoulder injury. Even with Alshon Jeffery out to begin the year, Reagor will be a shaky WR5/flex in deeper leagues in his NFL debut. The Eagles figure to use plenty of two-tight end sets with Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert.

    Sep 11 · Source via Eagles Jalen Reagor
  • Miles Sanders Officially Listed As Questionable For Week 1

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (hamstring) is officially listed as questionable for Week 1 against the Washington Football Team. Sanders was limited for every practice the Eagles held this week due to his hamstring injury. Combine that with the fact that coach Doug Pederson has already stated that Sanders could have his workload managed early in the season and it makes for a risky running back in Week 1 fantasy lineups. Boston Scott would step up in place of Sanders, but it's more likely the two will split time in the Eagles backfield, making either player a high floor but low upside FLEX play for Week 1 (unless Sanders ends up playing his usual load, of course.)

    Sep 11 · Source via Eagles Miles Sanders
  • Corey Clement (quad) practices Friday

    Sep 11 · FantasyPros Eagles Corey Clement
  • Mile Sanders (hamstring) practices Friday

    Sep 11 · FantasyPros Eagles Miles Sanders
  • Jalen Reagor trending toward playing Week 1?

    Sep 11 · FantasyPros Eagles Jalen Reagor
  • Jalen Reagor Practices In Full On Thursday

    Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor (shoulder) was able to practice in full on Thursday. Reagor was expected to miss "at least" a month, but it now looks like he might be able to take the field in Week 1 against the Washington Football Team. Fantasy managers who drafted Reagor thinking they'd wait out the first few weeks of the season might get to see the rookie take the field right away. His outlook is somewhat murky, but another full practice on Friday will lead to an almost sure start on Sunday. Reagor would be a WR3 with upside if he is not limited.

    Sep 10 · Source via Eagles Jalen Reagor
  • Miles Sanders Limited Again In Thursday's Practice

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (hamstring) was limited again in Thursday's practice. Sanders returned to a limited practice on Wednesday and apparently escaped without further injury as he was able to practice again on Thursday. A full practice on Friday would be a great sign for Sanders, but he's likely to get another limited practice in and be questionable at best for Sunday's game against the Washington Football Team. If he plays, he's a likely RB1/2 with the obvious risk of re-injury.

    Sep 10 · Source via Eagles Miles Sanders
  • Zach Ertz Frustrated By Contract Talks

    Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz, who recently broke off contract extension talks with the team, said that "it's been frustrating at times." Ertz said he wants to remain in Philadelphia, but "I don't know for sure if that feeling is mutual." The 29-year-old tight end wants a contract sooner than later, but the Eagles seem to be in no rush with two years still left on Ertz's current contract. As the Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane points out, the elephant in the room is teammate Dallas Goedert, who saw his role expand next to Ertz in 2019. That's the elephant in the fantasy room as well. Ertz is a top-five fantasy tight end for Week 1 against Washington, but his ceiling has lowered with Goedert taking away some of his targets.

    Sep 10 · Source via Eagles Zach Ertz
  • Eagles Rework Lane Johnson's Deal

    Sep 10 · Pro Football Rumors Eagles
  • Miles Sanders, Jalen Reagor Limited Wednesday

    Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders (hamstring) and rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor (shoulder) were both limited in practice on Wednesday. Sanders is considered day-to-day for Week 1 against the Washington Football Team, but it's a positive that he returned to practice at all. There's a chance that Philly could manage Sanders' workload early in the year, making him more of a low-end RB1/high-end RB2 to kick off the season. Boston Scott would be in line for more touches if the Eagles limit Sanders at all. Reagor is progressing ahead of schedule, but the talented rookie is still expected to miss at least the first few weeks of the 2020 season. It'll open up more opportunities for deep threat DeSean Jackson, Greg Ward Jr., J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and possibly even rookie John Hightower.

    Sep 9 · Source via Eagles Miles Sanders Jalen Reagor
  • Carson Wentz (groin) not listed on the team's official injury report

    Sep 9 · FantasyPros Eagles Carson Wentz
  • Alshon Jeffery (foot) doesn't practice Wednesday

    Sep 9 · FantasyPros Eagles Alshon Jeffery
  • Dallas Goedert (thumb) not on team's injury report Wednesday

    Sep 9 · FantasyPros Eagles Dallas Goedert
  • Greg Ward listed as starting slot wide receiver on Philadelphia depth chart

    Sep 9 · FantasyPros Eagles Greg Ward Jr.
  • Nate Sudfeld listed as No. 2 quarterback on Philadelphia depth chart

    Sep 9 · FantasyPros Eagles Nate Sudfeld
  • Richard Rodgers Signs With The Eagles

    The Philadelphia Eagles have signed tight end Richard Rodgers. Rodgers played for the Eagles last season, but only appeared in one game after playing in seven games in 2018. He signed with the Washington Football Team earlier this offseason but was released at final cuts. With Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert atop the depth chart, Rodgers won't be asked to do much more than block on offense this season.

    Sep 8 · Source via Eagles Richard Rodgers
  • Jalen Reagor Could Be Ready For Week 2

    Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor (shoulder) could be ready as soon as Week 2. John Clark from NBC Sports Philadelphia reports that it is "looking good"for Reagor to join the team on the field for the second game of the season. Originally expected to miss up to a month with a slight labrum tear, Reagor has done "very well in his rehab" and is clearly ahead of schedule. The Eagles take on the Rams in Week 2 and it looks like Reagor will be on the field. There should be plenty of targets for him, as the Eagles are likely going to struggle at wide receiver in Week 1.

    Sep 8 · Source via Eagles Jalen Reagor