Eagles-Washington Injury Report
Despite working on contingency plans this week to account for Hurricane Joaquin, the NFL announced that it does expect the game to be played at 1 p.m. Sunday at FedEx Field. Here’s a look at how the teams are coming in from a health perspective:
LB Kiko Alonso (knee), DE Taylor Hart (shoulder), DE Cedric Thornton (hand)
LB Mychal Kendricks (hamstring), S Chris Maragos (quadricep), RB DeMarco Murray (hamstring), T Jason Peters (quadricep)
TE Trey Burton (shoulder), WR Riley Cooper (knee), WR Josh Huff (hamstring)
Earlier in the week, Chip Kelly sounded optimistic that Peters and Maragos would be available for this one. Murray was a full participant Thursday and Friday after being limited on Wednesday. He missed last week’s game against the Jets with a hamstring strain.
Jay Gruden did not sound optimistic earlier in the week about DeSean Jackson‘s chances, and it turns out the receiver will in fact miss the matchup with his former team because of a lingering hamstring. DeAngelo Hall and linebacker Perry Riley are out as well.