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Ellis Hobbs and Nate Allen out for Eagles

The Redskins-Eagles injury report is out, and it’s no surprise Washington has gone heavy on questionable players as always.

Wide receiver Brandon Banks, linebacker Brian Orakpo, running backs Clinton Portis and Ryan Torain, safety LaRon Landry, tackle Stephon Heyer, and quarterback Donovan McNabb are all questionable.

As we mentioned earlier, Torain is fully expected to start, while Portis looks like a longshot.  McNabb,  Heyer, Orakpo, and Landry are all basically 100% guaranteed to play after full practices Saturday despite their questionable tag. Banks’ status is uncertain.

For the Eagles, cornerback Ellis Hobbs and safety Nate Allen are out as expected.  Tackle King Dunlap is doubtful with a knee injury, while guard Max Jean-Gilles (concussion) is questionable after returning to practice Saturday.

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4 Responses to “Ellis Hobbs and Nate Allen out for Eagles”
  1. ctgiant says: Nov 13, 2010 3:44 PM

    YOU GOT TO LOVE IT, BOTH KILL EACH OTHER, AND THE G-MEN ARE COMING!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. packeranddarien says: Nov 13, 2010 5:52 PM

    YOU GOT TO LOVE IT, BOTH KILL EACH OTHER, AND THE G-MEN ARE COMING!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Is that right?

    Who got swept last year?

    Matter of fact, who choked up the No.1 seed at home in the playoffs the year before?

    How bout it, slappy?

    Once more with feeling……in the history of the New York Football Giants…who was the only team to beat them TWICE at home during the same season?

    How’s that bile taste?

  3. fortphiladamsterdam says: Nov 13, 2010 6:14 PM

    this shouldn’t be too much of a problem as long as the pass rush can get pressure on mcnabb. if he has time, he will make the d pay.

    ct giant, all i gotta love there is someone who’s too stupid to figure out how annoying it is when you only write in caps.

  4. blackbeardk says: Nov 13, 2010 8:50 PM

    Banks I read in the DC papers was out 2-3 weeks…

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