Robert Quinn added to Eagles’ practice report and won’t play

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The Eagles added defensive end Robert Quinn to the practice report and ruled him out with a knee injury.

Quinn has played five games but only 70 snaps since the trade from the Bears. He has two tackles and two quarterback hits for the Eagles after making 10 tackles, one sack and five quarterback hits in seven games with Chicago.

Safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson (kidney) was ruled out as expected.

They are the only two Eagles players with designations this week.

Linebacker Patrick Johnson (ankle), receiver Zach Pascal (groin) and receiver DeVonta Smith (groin) all were full participants Friday and are good to go.

The injury report does not include Jordan Davis, who is not yet on the 53-man roster. The Eagles must make a roster move to activate Davis.

5 responses to “Robert Quinn added to Eagles’ practice report and won’t play

  1. interesting that he complained to the media couple weeks ago that he was going to play a full 18 games because of the trade, missed bye week. That he needed a week off. And then this injury “magically” pops up. He certainly has not performed up to expectation, as of yet. The stretch run is where it will truly count, so can hang in the meantime.

  2. People are so quick to judge.

    There’s a lot of football left to be played.

    Let’s wait and see before labeling this a fleece job.

  3. Good player when he wants to be and is interested but this doesn’t seem to be the case this year. He is older as well so as a Bears fan, when I heard they got a 4th round pick for him, I was thrilled. Wish him and the Eagles well but this was a great trade for the Bears.

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