Dallas Goedert among five Eagles coming back from injuries

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The injury-plagued Eagles are getting healthier.

Philadelphia will get back five key players who will be activated from injured reserve before Sunday night’s game against the Cowboys, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network.

The biggest news is that tight end Dallas Goedert, whose ankle injury was thought to be serious enough that he wouldn’t be back this week, is being activated. Goedert is among the most important players on the Eagles’ offense, so his return will be welcome news.

Also returning are wide receiver Jalen Reagor, offensive lineman Jason Peters, linebacker T.J. Edwards and special teams contributor Rudy Ford.

16 responses to “Dallas Goedert among five Eagles coming back from injuries

  1. Game should be easy one for the Eagles no matter who they have back; Dallas on their 3rd string QB + Defense is horrible. Heck most fans can’t even name their 3rd string QB.

  2. cookerduff123 says:

    October 31, 2020 at 12:14 pm

    Boom! 6-10 and the NFC East division champions – here we come


  3. The Eagles did just put a few more players on IR, but more are coming than going this time so it’s a net gain!

  4. Don’t get too excited because Peters can’t stay healthy so he’ll be back on IR soon.

  5. Most importantly the guy who litterally cost two and half games, Nate Gerry, has been put on ir.

  6. greedyjimfromtonhicken says:
    October 31, 2020 at 2:18 pm
    Don’t get too excited because Peters can’t stay healthy so he’ll be back on IR soon.

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    I, for one, am definitely not happy Peters is back and starting. It shows the organization has a dysfunctional leadership structure that cares about “ feelings “ over winning. Mailata should be starting at LT but the eagles seem destined to want Carson Wentz in a body cast. Makes me sick that Peters direct line to Lurie gets him special treatment over a guy that has shown to be a superior player in every way this year.

  7. Peters need to stay on the bench.

    By his second game as starter, Mailata was playing at a higher level than Peters has in the past year.

  8. damn, Peters is back..He’ll be a great coach one day, but right now, he’s way past his prime and effectiveness on the field. Mialta was doing pretty damn good.. time to let the kid play.

  9. Nate Gerry is horrible. He has been targeted 32 times and has given up 28 completions and 4 TD’s. Play the rookie!!!

  10. Peters is Lurie’s lap dog. It’s a shame that even though Peters is past his prime Lurie insists on keeping him around.

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