Report: Lane Johnson Expected to Have MRI on Abdominal/Groin Injury
Philadelphia Eagles starting right tackle Lane Johnson left Saturday's game in Dallas and was seen after the game with a wrap around his waist and groin area.
He is expected to have an MRI to reveal the severity of the injury, per ESPN's Tim McManus.
Johnson missed 11 plays, and while out, Jake Driscoll came in and played right tackle.
Johnson has missed snaps in one other game this season with abdominal and groin issues, the teams Week 14 game against the Giants.
He had told reporters after that game he could have returned to the game if needed.
The Eagles face the New Orleans Saints on Sunday and if Johnson cant go, expect Driscoll to get the start at right tackle.
For context on how important Johnson is, he hasn't allowed a single sack in 2022 and has allowed just 2 pressures in his last 7 games.
His replacement, Driscoll, gave up one pressure during his 11 sacks on Saturday.
Update: Adam Schefter reports Eagles RT Lane Johnson isn't expected to play again in the regular season, as he is dealing with a torn tendon in his abdominal area.
The Eagles need one more win to clinch the NFC's No. 1 seed and the NFC East.
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