The track of Hurricane Joaquin varies from storm model to storm model.

It seems as if the NFL is taking a wait-and-see approach on whether or not to have the Eagles vs. Redskins game take place as scheduled at FedEx Field on Sunday.

Chip Kelly didn't have much to add on the situation when asked about it today in his Thursday news conference, either.

Jason La Canfora reported on Thursday afternoon that the NFL is planning to play the game as scheduled on Sunday and that "both teams have been notified" of this.

Then came a report from Albert Breer of the NFL Network:


Dianna Marie Russini added her two cents confirming the report from La Canfora saying that no changes will happen for Sunday as she spoke to both teams earlier in the day.

For right now things are on hold with no definitive announcements coming forth from either side right now.

With the forecast seemingly changing by the hour, it's best to stay tuned and keep your Sunday plans to watching the Eagles on Sunday at 1 p.m. in Washington D.C.

A State of Emergency has also been called for Maryland.