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Eagles Injury Report Entering Dallas Cowboys Game

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Philadelphia, PA — The Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys are gearing up for a crucial Week 14 Sunday Night Football showdown, and the latest injury reports suggest both teams will have some key players back in action.

In the Eagles’ camp, the good news prevails as their third and final official injury report on Friday revealed a clean slate on the active roster with zero players listed with a game status. This signals the return of tight end Dallas Goedert, who is set to play for the first time since suffering an injury in Week 9 against the Cowboys. Linebacker Zach Cunningham is also poised to make a comeback after missing one game, providing a boost to the Eagles’ defensive lineup.

Despite missing practice on Wednesday and Thursday, cornerback Darius Slay is confirmed to start, having fully participated in Friday’s session. Wide receiver Julio Jones, who had limited participation on Friday after being listed as DNP on Wednesday and Thursday, is expected to be available for the game.

The Eagles’ injury report lists several players on Reserve/Injured, including linebacker Shaun Bradley, linebacker Nakobe Dean, safety Justin Evans, offensive tackle Roderick Johnson, cornerback Avonte Maddox, and cornerback Zech McPhearson. Evans is ruled out for the season after his 21-day practice window expired, while there is no specific timeline for Dean’s return. Coach Nick Sirianni has not ruled out the possibility of Maddox returning later this season. Bradley, Johnson, and McPhearson will miss the entire 2023 season as they were placed on IR ahead of the roster cuts to the 53-player limit.

In a surprising development, cornerback Isaiah Rodgers is listed under Reserve/Suspended by Commissioner, with a suspension for the entire 2023 season due to gambling. Rodgers is eligible to apply for reinstatement in 2024.

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On the Cowboys’ side, their active roster is also looking healthy, with depth tackle Matt Waletzko ruled out as he is not yet ready to be activated from IR during his 21-day practice window.

However, the Cowboys are dealing with notable players on injured reserve, including starting cornerback Trevon Diggs, starting linebacker Leighton Vander Esch, and special teams ace C.J. Goodwin. The absence of these key contributors could impact the Cowboys’ performance in the upcoming matchup.

The Eagles and Cowboys are set to face off in a highly anticipated Sunday Night Football clash, and the return of key players on both sides adds an extra layer of intrigue to the NFC East rivalry. Fans can expect an intense battle as both teams look to strengthen their playoff positioning.

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