The Philadelphia Eagles placed tight end Jaeden Graham on their injured reserve list, ending his season. The news was announced Friday afternoon and will now leave one roster spot open.
JAEDEN GRAHAM’S SEASON ENDING INJURY
Graham entered the league in 2018, signing as an undrafted free agent by the Atlanta Falcons. He played two full consecutive seasons in 2019 and 2020, finishing with 12 catches for 172 receiving yards and one touchdown. During training camp last season, Graham suffered a knee injury and was placed on the injured reserve list.
The Eagles signed Graham last week, the day training camp began, and unfortunately he won’t be suiting up in midnight green for Philadelphia anytime soon.
Today, Philadelphia placed him on the inured reserve list, ending yet another season for the tight end. The roster move now leaves the Eagles with 90 players. However, Australian defensive end Matt Leo is an international exemption, leaving one roster spot open.
The Eagles now have seven tight ends including Dallas Goedert, Jack Stoll, Richard Rodgers, Grant Calcaterra, J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Noah Togiai, and Tyree Jackson. Rodgers returned from the PUP list on Wednesday, but Jackson remains on the list with an ACL injury. Calcaterra has also missed the last three practices due to a hamstring injury.