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Bleeding Green Nation Oct 19, 2018
Eagles vs. Panthers Final Injury Report: Jason Peters and Lane Johnson on track to start

Eagles vs. Panthers Final Injury Report: Jason Peters and Lane Johnson on track to start

Final injury update. The Philadelphia Eagles released their third and final official injury report on Friday in advance of their Week 7 game against the Carolina Panthers. The good news is that starting offensive tackles Jason Peters and Lane Johnson are on track to play. They’re not even listed on the injury report despite being limited in practice at times this week. Here’s hoping they’ll be able to make it through the game. The Eagles ruled the following five players OUT: running back Darren Sproles, cornenrback Sidney Jones, safety Corey Graham, linebacker Nathan Gerry, and...
Bleeding Green Nation Oct 18, 2018
Eagles Injury Report: Updates on Lane Johnson, Jason Peters, Jalen Mills, more

Eagles Injury Report: Updates on Lane Johnson, Jason Peters, Jalen Mills, more

Update on Philadelphia’s injury situation. The Philadelphia Eagles released their second official injury report on Thursday in advance of their Week 7 game against the Carolina Panthers. As expected, Carson Wentz returned as a full participant after being limited on Wednesday. You can relax now, you worry-warts. Jason Peters and Derek Barnett were also upgraded from limited to full. That certainly bodes well for their playing chances on Sunday. Lane Johnson was upgraded to being a limited participant after not practicing at all yesterday. The Eagles are managing his workload to ensure...

Lane Johnson misses Eagles practice; Carson Wentz, Jason Peters are limited

The Eagles missed six players at practice because of injuries. Wentz (back) and Peters (biceps) were limited.
Bleeding Green Nation Oct 17, 2018
Eagles Injury Report: Carson Wentz limited; Lane Johnson among 7 players who didn’t practice

Eagles Injury Report: Carson Wentz limited; Lane Johnson among 7 players who didn’t practice

Update on Philadelphia’s injury situation. The Philadelphia Eagles released their first official injury report on Wednesday in advance of their Week 7 game against the Carolina Panthers. Seven players (over 13% of the roster) did not practice: right tackle Lane Johnson, running back Darren Sproles, cornerback Sidney Jones, cornerback Rasul Douglas, safety Corey Graham, linebacker Nathan Gerry, and linebacker D.J. Alexander. Johnson is missing time due to a high ankle sprain. One would think he’ll be OK for Sunday’s game since he was able to tough out a Thursday night matchup last...
Inside the Iggles Oct 17, 2018

Philadelphia Eagles: Per Doug Pederson, Jason Peters will play Sunday

Well, that settles that. During Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson’s Wednesday morning press conference, he gave no reason to believe that starting left tackle Jason Peters won’t play on Sunday. During Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson‘s Wednesday morning press conference, it didn’t take long for a question to come up about his starting […] Philadelphia Eagles: Per Doug Pederson, Jason Peters will play Sunday - Inside the Iggles - Inside the Iggles - A Philadelphia Eagles Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
NESN.com Oct 17, 2018

Lane Johnson Still Not Backing Down From Weird Anti-Patriots Comments

Say what you want about Lane Johnson, but the guy does stand by the words he says — no matter... Read More »
FOX Sports Oct 16, 2018
Colin Cowherd confronts Lane Johnson about his

Colin Cowherd confronts Lane Johnson about his "fun" comment after the Super Bowl win over Patriots

Colin Cowherd is joined by Philadelphia Eagles offensive linemen Lane Johnson to dissect his comments about winning 1 Super Bowl and having fun rather than winning 5 Super Bowls and being miserable.

Tackling a tough subject: should Eagles let Jason Peters and/or Lane Johnson rest and heal for a few weeks?

Eagles will use extra time before Carolina game to figure out how to handle some key injuries.
ClutchPoints Oct 12, 2018
Eagles’ Lane Johnson motivated by critics to gut through ankle injury

Eagles’ Lane Johnson motivated by critics to gut through ankle injury

Philadelphia Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson was moved to questionable before Thursday night’s 34-13 win over the New York Giants due to a high ankle sprain, and at one point it looked like he may not suit up. However, Johnson gutted through three quarters of the Eagles’ dominant performance, and he clearly was motivated by […] The post Eagles’ Lane Johnson motivated by critics to gut through ankle injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bleeding Green Nation Oct 12, 2018
Eagles vs. Giants snap count analysis: Philadelphia forced into shifting the secondary around

Eagles vs. Giants snap count analysis: Philadelphia forced into shifting the secondary around

Playing time tracker. Here’s a breakdown of the snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 34-13 win over the New York Giants in Week 6 of the 2018 NFL season. OFFENSE Kudos to Lane Johnson for toughing out his high ankle sprain. Thankfully the Eagles were able to give him some rest late in the game thanks to building a big lead. Wendell Smallwood took the bulk of running back snaps. He finished the game with 18 carries for 51 yards (2.8 average) and one reception for zero yards. He also was very fortunate to recover the ball he fumbled. Prior to the game, Erin Andrews...
FOX Sports Oct 11, 2018
Jason Kelce's Super Bowl parade speech works perfectly for the Eagles' TNF win over the Giants

Jason Kelce's Super Bowl parade speech works perfectly for the Eagles' TNF win over the Giants

The Philadelphia Eagles won with ease against the New York Giants on Thursday night. This remix of Jason Kelce's legendary Super Bowl parade speech fits the moment perfectly.

Sidney Jones exits Eagles-Giants game with hamstring injury

The Eagles' slot cornerback injured his hamstring on special teams. Plus Lane Johnson overcame an ankle injury to start against the Giants.
ClutchPoints Oct 11, 2018
Eagles tackle Lane Johnson questionable vs. Giants with high ankle sprain

Eagles tackle Lane Johnson questionable vs. Giants with high ankle sprain

The Philadelphia Eagles may be rolling out a depleted offensive line Thursday night against the New York Giants, with Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reporting that starting right tackle Lane Johnson is unlikely to see action due to a lower-body injury. “My understanding is this high-ankle sprain he was battling is something that will […] The post Eagles tackle Lane Johnson questionable vs. Giants with high ankle sprain appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Eagles-Giants inactives: Lane Johnson to play, Corey Graham and Darren Sproles out

The Eagles' inactives are linebackers D.J. Alexander and Nate Gerry; safety Corey Graham; offensive lineman Jordan Mailata and Matt Pryor; and running back Darren Sproles
Bleeding Green Nation Oct 11, 2018
Lane Johnson is officially ACTIVE for the Eagles vs. Giants game

Lane Johnson is officially ACTIVE for the Eagles vs. Giants game

Who’s in and who’s out. The Philadelphia Eagles officially announced the inactives list for their Week 6 game against the New York Giants. The great news for Philly is that Lane Johnson is ACTIVE despite being added to the injury report earlier on Thursday. It was said that Johnson was going to have an up-hill battle to play but he’s going to tough it out. If Johnson has to leave the game early, it’ll be Halapoulivaati Vaitai filling at right tackle. If Jason Peters then also has to leave the game early, it could be Isaac Seumalo who shifts out to tackle with Stefen Wisniewski...

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