Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report (Friday)
The Philadelphia Eagles issued their second official injury report on Friday in advance of their Week 11 Monday Night Football game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Dallas Goedert, the tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles, was listed as “Did Not Participate” in the injury report. He will miss multiple games due to a fractured forearm. However, there is hope that he can return as soon as the Week 14 road game against the Dallas Cowboys if the Eagles don’t put him on injured reserve before Monday at 4:00 PM Eastern.
During Goedert’s absence, Jack Stoll will take over as TE1, with Grant Calcaterra being promoted to TE2. It will be interesting to see if TE3 Albert Okwuegbunam will also have a role in the team’s strategy.
Justin Evans, the safety for the Philadelphia Eagles, was listed as “Limited Participation” in the injury report. It is unlikely that he will be activated from injured reserve for Monday’s game. Evans is currently in a ramp-up process and may be ready to play in Week 12.
Cam Jurgens, Bradley Roby, and Grant Calcaterra
Cam Jurgens, Bradley Roby, and Grant Calcaterra were all listed as “Full Participation” in the injury report.
Jurgens will start at right guard for the first time since Week 4. Roby will play for the first time since Week 6, and Calcaterra will play for the first time since Week 8.
Kansas City Chiefs Injury Report (Friday)
The Kansas City Chiefs’ active roster is healthy, according to the injury report.
Richie James, Jerick McKinnon, Justin Reid, L’Jarius Sneed, Kadarius Toney, Tommy Townsend, Drue Tranquill, and Justin Watson
These players were all listed as “Full Participation” in the injury report.
WR Richie James, RB Jerick McKinnon, S Justin Reid, CB L’Jarius Sneed, WR Kadarius Toney, P Tommy Townsend, LB Drue Tranquill, and WR Justin Watson are all expected to be available for the game.