Latest Eagles News gives clouded outlook for Tuesday Night’s game
With the Philadelphia Eagles game moved from Sunday afternoon to Tuesday Night, the timetable for the finally Injury Report updates also get pushed back and now we have more clarity about who will be available versus the Washington Football team:
This is an unusual final Injury Report because the Eagles did not officially give the Game Status for any of the players listed but considering all of them are listed as "Full Participants" for practice, we can assume all of those players listed should be available to play. Now remember that the Eagles' practices the last couple of days have just been "Walk-through" type of practice so there were no contact or high-intensity activities going on. But this looks like Quarterback Jalen Hurts should be available to start on Tuesday Night.
The bad news the Eagles got on Monday was they will be without another Offensive Lineman heading into Tuesday Night's game:
On Sunday, the Eagles lost Landon Dickerson to the COVID-19 List also which means that Philadelphia will be without their starter at Left Guard and their backup Left Tackle against the Washington Football Team.
Both teams will be short-handed on Tuesday Night with the Washington Football Team ruling OUT both Running Back JD McKissic and Wide Receiver Curtis Samuel along with placing Guard Brandon Scherff on their Reserve/COVID-19 list. Current expectations are that the Washington Football Team will start former Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Garrett Gilbert on Tuesday Night even though there is a possibility that Taylor Heinicke and/or Kyle Allen could be available if they test out of the COVID-19 Protocols tomorrow afternoon.