Jordan Howard Limited Again as Eagles Prepare for Giants
The Eagles enter Week 14 on a three-game losing streak, falling last week in embarrassing fashion to the Miami Dolphins.
Meanwhile, the Giants (2-10) enter the game on a eight-game losing streak. With starting quarterback Daniel Jones likely out this week, veteran Eli Manning looks like he will get the start.
Running back Jordan Howard (shoulder) was limited again today at practice on Thursday, making it appear that he won’t play on Monday night, leaving Philadelphia without one of its offensive weapons for the fifth consecutive week.
"Jordan brings a different style, I guess, just his dynamic style," Eagles head coach DOug Pederson said. "He’s more of an in-between-the-tackles guy."
Rookie Miles Sanders would get a bulk of the carries again if Howard can't play.
"I think one thing you saw this past week with [RB] Miles [Sanders] is he's capable of doing that a little bit," Pederson said. "He's a one-cut guy or a jump-cut guy. Make the first guy miss and continue on. He had some really good runs that way."
Here is the latest injury report for Monday's game: