Mathis: Kelce Could Be Back For Texans Game

Photo by: Jeff Fusco.

Photo by: Jeff Fusco.

Evan Mathis provided an offensive line progress report Monday, and it’s all good.

During an appearance on Philly Sports Talk, Mathis revealed that he has been cleared to return to practice. Players who are placed on short-term injured reserve are allowed to practice after six weeks and return to game action after eight weeks. The first game he is eligible to play in is the Monday, November 10 matchup against Carolina.

Both Mathis and Jason Kelce had targeted Nov. 10 as their return date. According to Mathis, Kelce could be back even sooner than that. Read more »

Eagles Pass-Rusher Rankings

NFL: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

One of the most pleasant surprises for the Eagles through the first six games has been their ability to consistently generate a pass-rush.

In the last three games specifically, the defense did an excellent job of keeping Eli Manning, Austin Davis and Colin Kaepernick uncomfortable in the pocket.

And the way they’ve done it has been impressive. The Eagles don’t have a premiere pass-rusher whom offenses have to game-plan for every week. Instead, Billy Davis has done a good job with his calls, sometimes dialing up pressure and other times using the illusion of pressure to create one-on-one matchups.

Below is a look at how individual Eagles have performed. Read more »

Notes: Kendricks Update; McNabb Talks Foles

Kendricks

Mychal Kendricks offered this nugget in a post on his website Monday about his road to recovery:

I’ll be in practice this week pushing forward to do what I set out to complete while not seeing this as a setback but as a way forward.

Kendricks has not played since suffering a calf strain against the Colts in Week 2. The standout linebacker has done some light work on the field over the past couple weeks but has yet to practice. Read more »

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