Eagles-Washington Injury Report
Here’s the injury report for the Eagles’ game against Washington on Saturday at the Linc:
WR Seyi Ajirotutu (ankle), DT Bennie Logan (calf), CB Byron Maxwell (shoulder)
QB Sam Bradford (left shoulder), CB Eric Rowe (concussion)
Ajirotutu, Logan and Maxwell are expected to miss practice for the third consecutive day today, so it’s unlikely any of them will play tomorrow. Bradford and Rowe, however, are projected (according to the Eagles) to fully participate today. Neither of them were limited in practice on Wednesday or Thursday.
If Logan is inactive, Beau Allen would likely start for the first time in his NFL career. Brandon Bair would also be active and participate in the Eagles’ six-man defensive line rotation. If Maxwell misses the game, either E.J. Biggers or Jaylen Watkins would probably start in his place.
Although Ajirotutu plays very little on offense, he is one of the Eagles’ best special teams players. Jonathan Krause may be active in his place for more wide receiver depth.
LB Perry Riley, Jr. (foot)
S Dashon Goldson (rib/knee/shoulder), WR Ryan Grant (abdomen), RB Matt Jones (hip), OL Josh LeRibeus (ankle), OL Morgan Moses (ankle)
LB Will Compton (neck), DE Kedric Golston (calf), DE Jason Hatcher (neck/knee), WR DeSean Jackson (foot/knee), S Jeron Johnson (hamstring), DE Frank Kearse (finger), LB Ryan Kerrigan (toe), TE Jordan Reed (shoulder), LB Keenan Robinson (shoulder), RB Chris Thompson (shoulder)