Eagles-Lions Injury Report: Bennie Logan Questionable

The Eagles defensive tackle may miss the game with a calf injury.

Bennie Logan. (Jeff Fusco)

Bennie Logan. (Jeff Fusco)

Bennie Logan is “questionable” to play in the Eagles’ game on Sunday against the Lions, Doug Pederson announced Friday morning. Logan left practice early on Thursday with a left calf spasm.

According to Pederson, Logan is feeling “much better,” but he won’t practice Friday. The Eagles will re-evaluate Logan on Saturday and Sunday to determine his status for the game. If Logan is unable to play, Beau Allen will take his place as the starting defensive tackle next to Fletcher Cox.

Logan is the only Eagle to not fully participate in every practice this week. Zach Ertz (rib), Chris Maragos (elbow), Ryan Mathews (ankle), Leodis McKelvin (hamstring) and Isaac Seumalo (pectoral) were listed on the injury report on Wednesday and Thursday, but Pederson noted they’re “all good” for Sunday. Pederson added that Mathews, who has been limited for the Eagles in their last two games, has had “a great week of practice” and is “feeling good.”

As for the Lions, they’ll be without their top pass-rusher (Ansah), their top linebacker (Levy) and their No. 2 receiving option (Ebron).

Here are the official injury reports:



DT Bennie Logan (calf)



DE Ezekiel Ansah (ankle), TE Eric Ebron (ankle/knee), LB DeAndre Levy (knee/quad)


RB Dwayne Washington (ankle)


S Don Carey (ribs), WR Marvin Jones (foot), S Tavon Wilson (neck)

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