Appearing on his weekly radio show on Sportsradio 94WIP, Eagles general manager updated the injury status of the three starters who left Sunday's 27-13 win over the Green Bay Packers in the first quarter.
"One of the things that I think is important to talk about when you talk about injuries is 24 and 36 hours later, it's hard to get a full complete picture with all the doctors and all the reports," Roseman said. "In terms of (linebacker) Mychal Kendricks, there is no long-term ACL injury, that's the good news. In terms of exact timeline, we have to see how it progresses in the next couple days … He'll be back here this season. In terms of exactly when, we still have to figure that out as we get through the week.
"Jason Peters, another injury that does not seem to be long-term. In terms of timetable for that, I don't know if he's going to be ready this week or when he's going to be ready, but it's not a long-term season-ending injury. Of all the injuries that we had yesterday, the longest-term is probably going to be (safety Earl Wolff). That's a multiple week injury. In terms of exact timetable, I do not know exact timetable ... It's a knee injury. He has to continue to get examined, they get second opinions to make sure that everyone's on the same page and we'll go from there."
Wolff, a fifth-round pick out of NC State, has started six games for the Eagles this season and has played in over 66 percent of the defense's snaps. He was replaced on Sunday by veteran Patrick Chung.
Linebacker Najee Goode and offensive lineman Allen Barbre filled in well for Kendricks and Peters, respectively, in the Eagles' win in Green Bay.
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