Eagles activate Landon Dickerson off COVID-19 list

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The Eagles will have one of its starting offensive linemen back for Sunday’s game against the Giants.

Philadelphia has activated left guard Landon Dickerson off the COVID-19 list, the team announced on Friday.

Dickerson has appeared in 12 games this year, starting 11 of them. He was placed on the COVID-19 list on Sunday and missed Philadelphia’s Tuesday victory over Washington.

In being on the list for just five days, Dickerson is an example of the league’s revised COVID-19 protocols at work. Because he is vaccinated and asymptomatic, Dickerson was able to return after just a short stint on COVID reserve.

At 7-7, the Eagles have a chance to move into the NFC’s No. 7 seed with a victory and some help this weekend.

1 responses to “Eagles activate Landon Dickerson off COVID-19 list

  1. Haven’t heard the kid’s name called much at all when he’s been out there, and the unit has played well as a whole That’s a great sign for a rookie o-lineman. Welcome back, kiddo. Just keep your head down and doin what you’re doin!

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