Jalen Hurts no longer on Eagles injury report

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Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni said before Tuesday’s practice that quarterback Jalen Hurts would fully participate in the team’s walkthrough and that Hurts’ shoulder is in much better shape than it was in Week 18 of the regular season.

Hurts’ shoulder is well enough that the team didn’t even list him on their injury report. That puts Hurts firmly on track to play against the Giants this Saturday in the Eagles’ playoff debut.

The only Eagles player to miss practice entirely was cornerback Avonte Maddox. Maddox missed the final two games of the regular season with a toe injury and missing more practice time will put his availability for this weekend in serious doubt.

Right tackle Lane Johnson (groin) also missed the last two games, but said last week that he will play. He was a limited participant on Tuesday along with defensive tackle Linval Joseph (calf) and defensive end Robert Quinn (back).

16 responses to “Jalen Hurts no longer on Eagles injury report

  1. If you polled a 1000 NFL fans Im pretty sure that all 1000 would say that Hurts was going to be playing on Saturday.

  2. Can any Patriots’ fans enlighten us as to what the penalty is for falsifying an injury report in the NFL??

  3. Hurts may need to restrategize with his receivers/backs if his rushing ability is diminished from the injury Glad Eagles are playing Giants first, then 49ers.

  4. What a shocker!!! It’s a miracle!!!

    Hurts was NEVER hurt. Eagles sat him because they had a big lead for #1 seed — then played him when they had to, staying conservative so they didn’t show the Giants anything new for (what they expected was going to be) this upcoming re-match in Divisional round.

    If you think he had a “sore” shoulder, please show me ONE piece of video from the Giants game — before, during or after — in which Hurts grimaces (even just a little) when using his “injured” shoulder. That video doesn’t exist. The “He’s really sore” storyline – volunteered freely by Sirianni (and, a lesser extent, Hurts himself) was a ruse, plain and simple.

  5. Lane Johnson is the key. If he’s healthy enough to play up to his standard the Eagles should win fairly comfortably. Giants have a very good coach in Daboll, he gives them a fighting chance.

  6. nothingbuttthetruth says:
    January 17, 2023 at 5:15 pm
    What a shocker!!! It’s a miracle!!!

    Hurts was NEVER hurt. Eagles sat him because they had a big lead for #1 seed — then played him when they had to, staying conservative so they didn’t show the Giants anything new for (what they expected was going to be) this upcoming re-match in Divisional round.

    If you think he had a “sore” shoulder, please show me ONE piece of video from the Giants game — before, during or after — in which Hurts grimaces (even just a little) when using his “injured” shoulder. That video doesn’t exist. The “He’s really sore” storyline – volunteered freely by Sirianni (and, a lesser extent, Hurts himself) was a ruse, plain and simple.

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    LoL that may be the worst take ever. Come on buddy quit trying to be like Skip Bayless.

  7. As a Giants fan the iggles have owned the Gmen for quite some time ,if by some act of God the Gmen upset the best team in football (if their mid season form returns ) the game would have to be an instant classic ! The iggles are good their real good but the pressure is on them ,not being a wise guy but to have the regular season they have had and not advance would be a gut punch ! No turning back now let’s kick this thing off and see where it goes !

  8. harrytootsie says:
    January 17, 2023 at 6:15 pm
    As a Giants fan the iggles have owned the Gmen for quite some time ,if by some act of God the Gmen upset the best team in football (if their mid season form returns ) the game would have to be an instant classic ! The iggles are good their real good but the pressure is on them ,not being a wise guy but to have the regular season they have had and not advance would be a gut punch ! No turning back now let’s kick this thing off and see where it goes
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    I think at this point, everyone expects to win. And everyone would be disappointed to take a loss. Don’t think your giants will happily take a loss and just be happy with participating. We’re down to 4 teams in each conference.

  9. jerrystrashcan says:
    January 17, 2023 at 6:50 pm
    When the Birds lose this weekend they will cry how Jalen played hurt.

    You should concentrate on making XPs against San Francisco.

  10. I knew it was bad but not this bad ,in the last 10 years the iggles lead the series 16-4 ,that is domination of epic proportions and have not beat the iggles in Philly the last 9 games ! As a GIANTS fan I set a line in my head before looking after the Vikings game ,if I was the odds maker I would set this line at iggles -14.5 The 7.5 is ludicrously low ,only explanation does Vegas know the extent of Jalen Hurts injury ???

  11. Cool. Giants fan, and win or lose, I would rather both teams be at full strength. No excuses either way (except for the usual horrible officiating).

  12. The Giants fans arent crying. We are thrilled that we won our 1st post season game since we beat the Pats in the 2011 (played in 2012) SB. The rest of this season is “gravy”. Im 52 and have gotten to see all FOUR of our Lombardi’s. Old-school Giants fans like myself have nothing to be crying about.

  13. I can’t wait to hear all the excuses from Philthy fan after the eagles get beat Saturday.

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