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Two Players Ruled Out by Eagles for Game Against 49ers, Dallas Goedert Unlikely to Play

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DEC 1 EAGLES RULE OUT TWO VS NINERS

The Philadelphia Eagles have ruled out two players for Sunday’s showdown with the San Francisco 49ers at Lincoln Financial Field. Linebacker Zach Cunningham (hamstring) and safety Justin Evans (knee) are both out while tight end Dallas Goedert (forearm) is doubtful. Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (groin) and tight end Grant Calcaterra (ankle) are both questionable.

Here’s the full injury report: Friday injury report #SFvsPHI pic.twitter.com/4S3O1dTL6g— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) December 1, 2023

NOV 30 EAGLES ROSTER MOVES

The Philadelphia Eagles are making some key roster moves ahead of Sunday’s meeting with the San Francisco 49ers at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles announced these moves via social media on Thursday:

“We’ve signed LB Ben VanSumeren to the active roster, signed DB Josiah Scott and WR Cam Sims to the Practice Squad, and released WR Greg Ward from the Practice Squad.”

NOV 29 EAGLES WEDNESDAY INJURY REPORT

The Philadelphia Eagles have revealed their injury report following Wednesday’s walk-through practice session as they prepare for Sunday’s meeting with the San Francisco 49ers at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles had five players listed as DNP.

    • TE Grant Calcaterra (ankle)
    • DT Fletcher Cox (groin)
    • LB Zach Cunningham (hamstring)
    • S Justin Evans (knee)

TE Dallas Goedert (forearm)

Here’s the rest of the injury report: Eagles injury report@Eagles – X

NOV 26 HURTS SETS RECORD

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts set an NFL record on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills thanks to his latest Brotherly Shove rushing touchdown. Hurts scored from one yard out to give the Eagles a 7-0 lead, but simultaneously became the first quarterback in NFL history to have 10 or more rushing touchdowns in three straight seasons.

Take a look: With this touchdown, Jalen Hurts becomes the first quarterback ever to have 10 rushing TDs in three straight seasons 🦅🎥 @Eaglespic.twitter.com/k6jM4u4YzU— The Athletic (@TheAthletic) November 26, 2023

NOV 25 EAGLES ROSTER MOVES

The Philadelphia Eagles have made a pair of notable roster moves ahead of their matchup with the Buffalo Bills at home on Sunday. The Eagles announced that they’ve activated receiver Quez Watkins off of injured reserve and have elevated linebacker Ben VanSumeren and tight end Noah Togiai from the practice squad ahead of Sunday’s marquee matchup.

Watkins, who is listed as questionable for Sunday, had been on IR for the past four games due to a hamstring injury.

NOV 20 MILTON WILLIAMS OUT

Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Milton Williams took an incidental hit to the helmet from teammate and Eagles linebacker Nicholas Morrow in the third quarter of Monday night’s meeting with the Kansas City Chiefs. He appeared shaken up afterwards, and the Eagles announced at the start of the fourth quarter that Williams is being evaluated for a concussion. The team announced shortly after that Williams is now out for the rest of the game. Williams exited the game with five total tackles and one tackle for loss.

NOV 8 ‘YOU CAN’T BREATHE!’

We know what the “Tush Push” does to Eagles opponents; it’s 4,000 pounds of muscle shoving them backward for another Philly first down or touchdown. And beyond those “grunts,” we know what is does for the NFL glamor guy, the quarterback; Jalen Hurts gets the stats. But what about the guy who is sort of caught in the middle of the muddle? Said 170-pound receiver DeVonta Smith on the “This Is Football Podcast,” describing his thoughts and involvement on the “Tush Push”: “You can’t breathe. Everybody’s on top of you, you can’t breathe. No matter how hard you try to breathe, it doesn’t work.”

And therefore? “I’m going to push a little bit,” Smith added, “but I’m not going to get up in that pile.”

Eagles star Devonta Smith sees the carnage of the tush push up close and has a policy: “I’m going to push a little bit but I’m not trying to get up in that pile. Bad things happen in that pile.” Here’s why. An absolutely riveting episode of This Is Football drops today. pic.twitter.com/nhToMaT0wF— Kevin Clark (@bykevinclark) November 8, 2023

NOV 5 JALEN HURTS INJURY SCARE

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts had an injury scare at the end of the first half of Sunday’s meeting with the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field. Hurts, who has been dealing with a bone bruise in his knee, took a hard hit to his lower body while standing in the pocket as the Eagles were driving with under a minute. He was in visible pain on the ground before limping off slowly.

Luckily for Philly, he returned to the field to begin the third quarter. Still, there’s no doubt that all Eagles fans were holding their breath. #JalenHurts limps off … wants to stay in … pic.twitter.com/wCKPngYQug— fishsports ✭ (@fishsports) November 5, 2023

NOV. 2 JERRY JONES NERVOUS ABOUT SUNDAY SHOWDOWN IN PHILLY

– Though his team is confident after consecutive wins over the Chargers and Rams, Cowboys  owner Jerry Jones said this week he realizes the difficulty his team faces Sunday against the Eagles in Philly.”This is serious (bleep) that we’re dealing with up here Sunday, man,” Jones said during his weekly radio appearance on 105.3 The Fan. “We’ve got to really have our game face on. We’re playing the No. 1 team in the NFL in my view. We played San Francisco when they were No. 1, and got it handed to us.”

The Eagles beat the Cowboys – with Cooper Rush playing quarterback – 26-17 at Lincoln Financial Field in October of last season on their way to the NFC East title and, eventually, the Super Bowl.

OCT 26 JERRY JONES ADMITS EAGLES’ SUPERIORITY

– Despite his team’s 4-2 record and believing it is in the “upper echelon” of the NFL, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted this week that Dallas currently “doesn’t belong on the same field” with elite teams including the Eagles.The Cowboys’ humbling 42-10 beatdown in San Francisco Oct. 8 has apparently given Jones some perspective on his team’s standing in the NFL power grid.”We’re in the upper echelon,” he said. “But to say we’re right there with San Francisco or right there with the Eagles with how they’ve played … I’m not going to go that far.”

The Eagles host the Cowboys Nov. 5 at Lincoln Financial Field.

OCT 25 EAGLES WEDNESDAY INJURY REPORT

The Philadelphia Eagles released their Wednesday injury report ahead of Sunday’s road game against the Washington Commanders. Philly fans will be happy to see that it’s much shorter than it’s been in recent weeks, but most importantly, that quarterback Jalen Hurts isn’t listed. Hurts, who sported a knee brace in the second half of Sunday’s 31-17 win over the Miami Dolphins, said after that the game that he’d be “fine.” That is now officially the case, as Hurts won’t carry an injury designation headed into the NFC East meeting with Washington. The Eagles are looking a lot healthier, as only three names are on the list this time around.

  • CB Bradley Roby (shoulder) – DNP
  • DT Milton Williams (heel) – LIMITED
  • S Reed Blankenship (ribs) – FULL

OCT 19 INTERNATIONAL FLAGS

You’ll see some changes to some NFL helmets around the league for Weeks 7 and 8. Hundreds of players will add flag decals to their helmets representing the countries of their heritage. The league has announced more than 330 players have committed to participate, representing 72 nations, with Nigeria being the most-represented foreign country, with 80 players committing to wear the Nigerian flag.

OCT 15 JALEN HURTS HIGHLIGHT

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts is going viral for a highlight play he made during the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. After avoiding a sack in the pocket, Hurts scrambled right and was chased down by Jets defensive back Michael Carter. But instead of throwing it away or being tripped up, Hurts hardly let Carter’s presence bother him, stiff-arming him with ease while making an accurate throw to A.J. Brown for a 10-yard completion on 3rd and 8. Multiple big sports-themed accounts on X and many more reposted Hurts’ highlight.

Take a look: Jalen Hurts casually…

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