Eagles Open 21-Day Practice Window on Dallas Goedert
The Philadelphia Eagles have scored 40, 35 and 48 points (41 PPG) the past three weeks and that's without tight end Dallas Goedert.
Now Goedert might be ready to return to the field.
The team opened Goedert's 21-day practice window, making him eligible to play on Sunday in Chicago against the Bears.
Goedert was placed on injured reserve after suffering a shoulder injury in Weekthe Week 10 loss against the Washington Commanders.
The Eagles have gotten solid production from Jack Stoll and Grant Calcaterra with Goedert on the sidelines, but adding Goedert back to the offense gives the team another premier weapon.
In nine games this season, Goedert has 43 catches for 544 yards and three touchdowns. He is a big play receiving tight end, averaging 12.7 yards per catch, but also is one of the better blocking tight ends in football.
Having him back in the fold, should also help the Eagles run game, which has excelled with him on the sideloines.
The Eagles continue to get healthy at the right time of year, with Avonte Maddox back last week and Goedert potentially back this week. C.J. Gardner-Johnson is the only player who is still out with a lacerated kidney injury.
Punter Arryn Siposs could miss the rest of the season, he was replaced earlier this week by three-time Pro Bowl punter Brett Kern, who was signed to the practice squad and is likely to be elevated for Sunday's game.