Philadelphia Eagles News

Eagles vs. Bears injury report

Practice

On the eve of the team's trip to Chicago, Reed Blankenship is the only player listed as OUT for Sunday's game against the Bears. The rest of the team is good to go, including linebacker Shaun Bradley who missed last week's game due to a hamstring injury. Here's the official injury report:

Did Not Practice

Reed Blankenship (knee, out)

Full

Shaun Bradley (hamstring)

Landon Dickerson (back)

Kyron Johnson (shoulder)

Lane Johnson (abdomen)

Quez Watkins (shoulder)

If you couldn't tell by Smitty's unique layering, it was a chilly one on Friday – and it'll be even colder in Chicago. The forecast for Sunday morning is a high of 27 degrees and a low of 16, with wind whipping between 10 to 20 mph.

Already down their top wide receiver Darnell Mooney, Chase Claypool – acquired from the Steelers in a midseason trade – is out with a knee injury, and N'Keal Harry practiced in full all week, but is questionable with a back injury. Also, backup tight end Trevon Wesco is out with a calf injury.

In the secondary, rookie starters Kyler Gordon and Jaquan Brisker are good to go after dealing with concussions, but cornerback Kindle Vildor is questionable with an ankle injury, although he practiced fully all week.

Thursday

Rain poured down at the NovaCare Complex on Thursday so the Eagles took practice inside to the bubble. While some rested, listed as limited, the only player who did not practice at all was safety Reed Blankenship, who injured his knee during last week's game against the Giants. He was still on the field with the team helping with defensive back drills, though. Here's Thursday's official injury report:

Did Not Practice

Blankenship (knee)

Limited

James Bradberry (rest)

Shaun Bradley (hamstring)

A.J. Brown (rest)

Fletcher Cox (rest)

Landon Dickerson (back/rest)

Brandon Graham (rest)

Lane Johnson (abdomen/rest)

Jason Kelce (rest)

Isaac Seumalo (rest)

Darius Slay (rest)

Josh Sweat (rest)

Full

Kyron Johnson (shoulder)

Quez Watkins (shoulder)

The Eagles are coming off yet another win as they prepare for their trip to Soldier Field to take on the Chicago Bears on Sunday. The Bears, who have no playoff aspirations AND are coming off a bye week, could field a quarterback who Head Coach Matt Eberflus says is "day-to-day." As for the Eagles, they've already secured a playoff spot, now on the hunt for the #1 seed in the NFC.

The team suffered some injuries of varying severity during their game against the Giants: punter Arynn Siposs (ankle, Injured Reserve), Lane Johnson (abdomen), Reed Blankenship (knee), and Kyron Johnson (shoulder). But on the bright side, the team quickly found a replacement for Siposs in Brett Kern. Plus, on Wednesday, it was announced that Dallas Goedert's 21-day practice window has been opened after he missed time due to a shoulder injury. He had his first walkthrough today. Wednesday's injury report is an estimation.

Did Not Practice

Reed Blankenship (knee)

Limited

Shaun Bradley (hamstring)

Landon Dickerson (back)

Lane Johnson (abdomen)

Quez Watkins (shoulder)

Full

Kyron Johnson (shoulder)

Related Content

Advertising