Eagles-Bills Injury Report

Ryan Mathews will likely play for the first time since suffering a concussion four weeks ago.

DeMarco Murray and Ryan Mathews. (USA Today Sports)

DeMarco Murray and Ryan Mathews. (USA Today Sports)

Here’s the injury report for the Eagles’ game against the Bills on Sunday at the Linc:

[Update]: Jordan Matthews was a late addition to the injury report Saturday with a back injury. He is questionable for Sunday.



RB Kenjon Barner (ankle), QB Sam Bradford (left shoulder), TE Zach Ertz (hip), T Lane Johnson (shoulder), DT Bennie Logan (knee), RB Ryan Mathews (concussion, groin), CB Eric Rowe (ankle), DE Cedric Thornton (ankle), S Walter Thurmond (elbow, shoulder)

Well, not much to see here folks. And for the Eagles, that’s a good thing. For the first time this season, no one is listed any worse than probable, meaning everyone on the 53-man roster will likely be healthy enough to play.

However, Ryan Mathews’ workload could be lighter than the Eagles would like because he may be rusty in his first game back from injury. On Wednesday, Mathews was the only player who was limited in a practice this week, while Bennie Logan was the only person who didn’t participate at all.



LB Nigel Bradham (ankle), CB Ron Brooks (concussion/neck), CB Stephon Gilmore (shoulder), RB Karlos Williams (shoulder)


G John Miller (ankle)


TE Charles Clay (knee), T Seantrel Henderson (illness), WR Chris Hogan (knee), DE Mario Williams (hand)