The Eagles announced that they will place guard Isaac Seumalo and safety K'Von Wallace on Injured Reserve. Seumalo suffered a Lisfranc injury that will require season-ending surgery. He was replaced in the lineup by Nate Herbig in the fourth quarter, but there is no announcement regarding a long-term answer at the position.
"That's tough. That's a guy that's been really underappreciated for a long time. He does a lot for our room, our unit. He's a special player, a special person. He's having a great year. I know he'll bounce back and be a tremendous player again. It was hard to watch him be carted off," center Jason Kelce said after the game about Seumalo's injury.
Wallace incurred a partially separated shoulder. There is no timetable for his return, but he will miss at least three games going on Injured Reserve. Wallace and Marcus Epps have rotated at the starting safety spot opposite Anthony Harris while Rodney McLeod works his way back from last year's knee injury.
Head Coach Nick Sirianni will offer more details when he meets the media on Wednesday.
UPDATE: The Eagles officially placed Seumalo and Wallace on Injured Reserve on Tuesday afternoon. The team also activated the 21-day practice window for tackle/guard Jack Driscoll and cornerback Josiah Scott. Lastly, tight end Richard Rodgers was released from the practice squad.