Jaguars vs Eagles injury report

You have to prepare for times like this, both as a player and as a team. The player goes down, the next-man-up thinks. That’s the way it is in the NFL. And if you are a new player on a new team, well, the rush is even better to prepare for your opportunity.

For Trey Lauga, an opportunity has come. He is expected to be active for Sunday’s game against Jacksonville and Boston Scott is recovering from the rib injury he suffered in the win over Washington. Miles Sanders and Kenneth Gainwell are healthy and expected to do what they did in this 3-0 start, so it’s not clear what role Speech will play, but he’s ready for anything. and all that the Eagle sends. .

Or get out of his way, in this case.

“I’m very happy,” he said at his NovaCare Complex locker Friday afternoon. “I know they brought me here for a reason and it’s another opportunity for me to go out there and help this team win. I feel good about the offense. and get more comfortable.” to the convicts working together. It was good for me.”

The Eagles received the Sermon from San Francisco on September 1 and since then he has been on emergency training to learn the offense. The former Oklahoma and Ohio State star is a third-round pick of the 49ers in 2021. He had 41 carries for 167 yards and a touchdown, along with three receptions for 26 yards in his new season. Before Speech made the Niners’ 53-man roster, he found a new life in the NFL with the Eagles.

He intends to do his best.

“I hope to go there and be good and be perfect and do what I have to do to help this team win,” he said.

It helps that the Eagles devote part of their daily routine to the development of players like Lauga – a roster member who doesn’t see much. playing times (so far) and needing to be motivated for times like the Speech may be possible. facing Sunday. Head Coach Nick Sirianni oversees the development side of the roster and thinks it will pay big dividends in the end.

Sirianni thinks that Lauga has caught the crime and is ready to fly.

“I think very well,” Sirianni said Friday when asked how the Speech received the program. “He’s a smart guy. (Running Backs/Assistant Head Coach) Jemal (Singleton) is a great coach, so they spent a lot of time working together. an extra period this year. We know that the development season is at an end, I’m telling you that.

“It’s another effort to develop players and develop guys that haven’t been here and Training Camp, things like that, kind of like what we did with Gardner Minshew. We’re doing a walk, a development walk before each walk to get those extra eight reps there. Then we do 2s versus 1s, 1s versus 2s in the example where our games are actually run and the defense and vice versa. Add those changes. Obviously, Trey’s done a good job of picking him up. Jemal’s done a good job of coaching him, and he’s got the many members of the making.”

Speech made the most of his time as the Eagles started the season 3-0 in September. He did all the thinking. Now he wants to show what he can do when his number is called.

“It was hard not playing because I was competitive and I wanted to go out there, but I just had to learn the playbook,” he said. “I knew it was going to be tough, but I had to go through the process. Whatever it takes to help the team win, that’s what I’m here to do.”

As for the rest of the team, they practiced at the Lincoln Financial Field on Friday to prepare for the game on Sunday. The official injury report:

• RB Boston Scott – Scott is out for Sunday’s game. He is listed with a hamstring injury.

• CB Avonte Maddox – Maddox is out with an ankle injury for Sunday’s game. Josh Scott sits right behind him on the team’s unofficial depth chart.

Singles (*All these players are good to go on Sunday)

• WR A.J. Brown – He returned to practice Friday after welcoming his new son, A.J. Brown, Jr. on Thursday.

• G Landon Dickerson – Dickerson was questionable for last Sunday’s win with a leg injury. He was limited Thursday after missing Wednesday’s practice. He practiced fully on Friday.

• DT Milton Williams – Williams returned to full practice

• RB Miles Sanders – Sanders returned to full training.

• CB Darius Slay – Slay returned to full practice.

• WR DeVonta Smith – Smith returned to full practice.

• WR A.J. Brown – He did not teach because of a personal matter.

• RB Boston Scott – Scott missed a second straight practice with a rib injury.

• G Landon Dickerson – Dickerson was questionable for last Sunday’s win with a leg injury. He was limited Thursday after missing Wednesday’s practice.

• CB Avonte Maddox – Maddox is new to the injury report on Thursday. He is listed with an ankle injury.

• DT Milton Williams – Williams is limited again with a knee injury.

• RB Miles Sanders – Sanders was limited again with a hip injury.

• CB Darius Slay – Slay returned to practice after missing Wednesday with a back injury, though was limited.

• WR DeVonta Smith – Limited again with a back injury.

The widely accepted Zay Jones was added to the injury report on Thursday. He and Christian Kirk form Pro Football Focus’ No. 3-graded wide receiver duo through the first three games – the Eagles’ Swole Batman (A.J. Brown) and Skinny Batman (DeVonta Smith) sophomore. Jones had a team-high 19 catches for 173 yards and a touchdown this season.

• WR A.J. Brown – He did not teach because of a personal matter.

• G Landon Dickerson – Dickerson was questionable for last Sunday’s win with a leg injury. It is not known if this is the same patient.

• RB Boston Scott – Scott is on the injury report with a hamstring injury.

• CB Darius Slay – The NFC Defensive Player of the Week in Week 2 was held out of practice with a back injury.

• DT Fletcher Cox – Rest for the veteran, had an impressive game against the Commanders.

• DE Brandon Graham – The NFC Defensive Player of the Week also rested.

• T Lane Johnson – Johnson has not allowed a sack since Week 11 of 2020. He also rested on Wednesday.

• C Jason Kelce – Feel a theme with the seniors.

• RB Miles Sanders – Sanders was limited with a hip injury.

• G Isaac Seumalo – Rest for starting right guard.

• WR DeVonta Smith – Limited by a back injury, perhaps due to wearing a Batman hat on Sunday?

• DE Josh Sweat – Sweat rested Wednesday.

• DT Milton Williams – Williams was limited with a knee injury.

From the 38-10 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers, the Jaguars are healthy at the beginning of the week of preparation before the practice with the Eagles.

• OL Cole Van Lanen – The defensive lineman was let down due to injury.

• CB Shaquill Griffin – Griffin was questioned before last Sunday’s game about his hip injury and did not play.

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