DeSean Jackson out; Sidney Jones and Jason Peters to play
4 October 2019 Uncategorized
DeSean Jackson will be held out for the fourth week in a row, per Reuben Frank of NBC Sports. He is still dealing with an abdominal injury. On a more positive note, Jason Peters and Sidney Jones will be available for Sunday’s game against the Jets, according to head coach Doug Pederson.
DeSean is out for Sunday, Sidney will play and Jason Peters, added to the injury report yesterday with a knee, will also play, according to Doug.
— Reuben Frank (@RoobNBCS) October 4, 2019
JP was added to the injury report yesterday, but Coach Pederson said that it wasn’t serious enough for him to miss any game time.
Some great news for the Eagles is that cornerback Sidney Jones will be able to play this Sunday. He was limited at practice this week with a hamstring issue. It was unsure if he’d play, but it looks like he is good to go.
The Eagles will have four wide receivers heading into Sunday (Jeffery, Agholor, Arcega-Whitesdie, Hollins) and are rolling with the same group as last week.
With Sidney playing, the Eagles have four healthy corners on the active roster. (Jones, Douglas, Scandrick, James). This week, two new corners were signed to the practice squad, D.J. White and Ryan Lewis. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see one of those guys brought up to the active roster for Sunday.