The Eagles offensive line will have another new look on Sunday against the Cardinals.

The line, which played pretty well last Sunday against the Saints, didn't allow a sack in the game, but will need a new right tackle according to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network.

Rookie Jack Driscoll, who has played well in place of Lane Johnson, will miss the rest of the season with a 'significant MCL sprain' suffered in the game against New Orleans.

"I think Jack Driscoll played extremely tough and physical against a really, really good defensive end," Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said on Monday.

Per the report, Driscoll played through the injury on Sunday, but has to much damage to continue playing this season.

The Eagles shuffling on their offensive line will continue with this latest injury with Matt Pryor the likely candidate to get the call at right tackle this week in Arizona.

This will be the Eagles 13th different line combination in 14 games.

The team has already used Lane Johnson, Driscoll, Jordan Mailata and Pryor at the position this season due to various injuries.

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