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Carson Wentz’s four TD passes lead Eagles to 34-24 win over Washington

Behind four touchdown passes from Carson Wentz, the Philadelphia Eagles improved to 6-1 Monday night to remain the lone one-loss team in the NFL with a 34-24 victory over the Washington Redskins. It’s the second time this season that Wentz has thrown four touchdowns in a game. He also completed four touchdowns against the Arizona [more]

Carson Wentz throws fourth touchdown pass

Carson Wentz continues to put up MVP numbers in his second season. He has thrown four touchdowns for the Eagles tonight, and if that’s not enough, he’s their leading rusher, too. Wentz’s four touchdowns, which gave the Eagles a 31-17 fourth-quarter lead, went to four different receivers. Mack Hollins caught a 64-yarder, Zach Ertz a [more]

Brandon Scherff leaves with knee injury

The Eagles lost one of the NFL’s best left tackles, Jason Peters, who was carted off in the second quarter with a knee injury. Washington lost one of the NFL’s best guards when Brandon Scherff hobbled off with a left knee injury in the fourth quarter. Brandon Graham accidentally hit Scherff’s knee on a 20-yard [more]

Jason Peters carted off with leg injury

Eagles left tackle Jason Peters injured his right leg on the second play from scrimmage in the second half. The team’s medical staff placed his leg in an air cast before he was carted off. He left to chants of “Ja-son Pet-ers!” after nearly every Eagles player and some from Washington, including left tackle Trent [more]

Eagles score two late second-quarter TDs to take 17-10 halftime lead

The Eagles scored two touchdowns in the final 3:19 of the first half to take a 17-10 halftime lead over Washington. Carson Wentz threw touchdown passes of 64 and 4 yards, with the long pass to Mack Hollins getting them jump started. It was Hollins’ first career score on his sixth career catch as safety [more]

Morgan Moses injures both ankles

Washington lost right tackle Morgan Moses briefly with a left ankle injury in the second quarter. The team listed him as questionable to return, but he did before injuring his right ankle with 6:40 remaining until halftime. The team again lists him as questionable to return. Washington already was without backup tackle Ty Nsekhe, who [more]

Terrelle Pryor doesn’t play until third series

Washington wide receiver Terrelle Pryor did not start, and in fact, did not play until the team’s third series. Josh Doctson, a first-round pick in 2016, started at the X receiver over Pryor. Coach Jay Gruden said last week he wanted to get Doctson more reps. Pryor, a free agent signing in the offseason, played [more]

Jordan Hicks injures ankle on second play

Eagles linebacker Jordan Hicks didn’t last long Monday night, needing help off the field after only two plays. He injured his right ankle on a 31-yard pass from Kirk Cousins to Vernon Davis. Hicks appeared unable to put weight on his right leg after getting it caught in the turf and ended up being carted [more]

Inactives: Mychal Kendricks, Ron Darby won’t play for Eagles

The Eagles will have middle linebacker Jordan Hicks tonight against Washington. Philadelphia had listed Hicks as questionable. But Philadelphia won’t have cornerback Ronald Darby or linebacker Mychal Kendricks. Kendricks, who had 15 tackles last week, was a late addition to the injury list with a hamstring strain and was listed as questionable. Darby is working [more]

Ezekiel Elliott gets another week, at least

The Dallas Cowboys will continue to have the benefit of the services of running back Ezekiel Elliott, for at least another week. Via multiple reports, Judge Katherine Polk Failla has refused the league’s request to expedite the hearing on whether the pending temporary restraining order will become a preliminary injunction, which would block the Elliott [more]

McCloughan testified in his grievance against Washington

Former Washington G.M. Scot McCloughan has filed a grievance against the team for the balance of his contract, and the in-house litigation is moving forward. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, McCloughan recently was questioned under oath by Washington lawyers. The deposition occurred during the organization’s bye week. It was part of the [more]

Lane Johnson returns on Monday, Ronald Darby might

The Eagles host Washington on Monday night, in a critical rematch of their annual home-and-home series which saw the Eagles win in Washington earlier in the season. As Philly tries to extend their record to 6-1, they’ll be getting one key player back, and maybe another. Tackle Lane Johnson has no label applied to him [more]

Josh Norman ruled out Monday night

Washington cornerback Josh Norman will miss another game with a rib injury. Coach Jay Gruden confirmed today that Norman is out for Monday night’s game against the Eagles. Norman was able to practice on a limited basis this week, but it always looked like a long shot that he’d be able to return this quickly. [more]

Washington expects Rob Kelley to play Monday

Washington coach Jay Gruden said he expects running back Rob Kelley to play Monday night. Kelley missed last week’s game against the 49ers with a sprained ankle and was limited in practice the past two days. “He’s doing good,” Gruden said, via quotes distributed by the team. “If he plays, then yes, he will probably [more]

NFL asks court for Ezekiel Elliott’s injunction hearing next week

The NFL wants Ezekiel Elliott off the field, and ASAP. The league filed a motion to expedite the injunction hearing in the Southern District of New York before the Cowboys’ game against Washington on Oct. 29, according to Kate Hairopoulos of the Dallas Morning News. As it stands now, the injunction hearing is scheduled for [more]

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