The Philadelphia Eagles trenches look pretty healthy
The Philadelphia Eagles will play the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl Sunday. While the Chiefs come into the game with important players dealing with injuries, the Eagles look pretty healthy. The Eagles revealed good news last week when they announced their punter, Arryin Sippos, would be back from injured reserve to play in the Super Bowl.
They revealed more good news Wednesday, especially for their lineman positions. The offensive line and defensive line units are considered are a major advantage for the Eagles in the Super Bowl.
According to their injury report released Wednesday afternoon, no players were listed as not participating in practice. That’s a good sign that players on the injury report will be available to play Sunday. One should note that the Eagles did not have a regular practice Wednesday. The Eagles held a walkthrough, so the injury report is an estimation for regular practice.
Wednesday injury report
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) February 8, 2023
- OT Lane Johnson, groin
- OC Cam Jurgens, Hip
- CB Avonte Maddox, toe
- OG Landon Dickerson, elbow
- DE Robert Quinn, foot
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