Starting nose tackle Bennie Logan pops up on Eagles’ injury report

AP

Players rarely are added to the injury report just hours before kickoff, but that’s what happened to Eagles starting nose tackle Bennie Logan this morning.

The Eagles announced that Logan, who wasn’t listed on the injury report at all this week, is now questionable with a knee injury.

Sal Paolantonio of ESPN reports that Logan woke up with a swollen knee. It’s not clear whether Logan did anything at Saturday’s practice that could have caused a knee injury. Saturday practices are usually easy walk-throughs where an injury would be extremely unlikely.

Logan has started every game for the Eagles this year and has never missed a game in his three-year career.

9 responses to “Starting nose tackle Bennie Logan pops up on Eagles’ injury report

  1. Leave Chip & the Eagles alone! Per many here he’s the next Bill Walsh or Jimmy Johnson. ;o)

    In three years, Chip the next “Bill Walsh” took a playoff caliber team & turned them into a last place club. Lurie makes me sick that this college coach with his gimmicky offense will be our coach & GM for the next year & probably two. It will be 2018 & 2 more losing seasons, The birds will then have been almost 10 seasons without a playoff win, before Lurie comes to his senses & does what he should have done after 2015.

  2. How could you say that chip inherited a playoff caliber team? They were 4-12. They were terrible. Don’t let the facts of 20 wins over his first two years get in the way of your stupid argument. That gimmicky offense was a top five offense in Chip’s first two seasons….but again, facts are not relevant here.

  3. Meh. When I was Bennie’s age and playing soccer, I could go through a game (even one where I played sparingly), feel fine, and the next morning be nearly unable to walk with knee pain because I had some minor hyperextension. It doesnt take much. Particularly at his weight.

    The real questions are (1) does he play? and (2) if not, how long is he out? It could easily be serious enough to not make it today but be cleared up by Wednesday. But if its worse than that, then I’d question if they were hiding something.

  4. “How could you say that chip inherited a playoff caliber team? They were 4-12. They were terrible. Don’t let the facts of 20 wins over his first two years get in the way of your stupid argument. That gimmicky offense was a top five offense in Chip’s first two seasons….but again, facts are not relevant here.”

    It was a playoff team, minus a QB. Andy took over a 2-14 team & produced the same result the same year with KC. Do you not believe that a turn around of 2-14 isn’t more impressive than a turn around from 4-12? The rosters weren’t that bad on either team to have that kind of turn around.

    But, Andy has taken what he had, added to it & is competing for a playoff spot in 2015. Chip destroyed what he had & replaced them with worse & that’s why we just experienced the 2 worst losses back to back in franchise history. He accomplished being a top 5 offense with Andy’s players which he all but got rid of & that’s the reason we suck.

    Those are the facts.

  5. “They were terrible. ”

    Did that terrible 4-12 team or ANY of Andy’s teams for that matter, ever get beat 45-17 & 45-14 in back to back weeks by teams with sub .500 records? Didn’t think so…

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