Wide receiver Jalen Reagor has avoided serious injury. Yesterday, head coach Nick Sirianni indicated that he will return in a short amount of time. Though there is no indication as to whether Reagor will play in Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Sirianni remains “hopeful”.
He stated, “We’re hopeful for this week, but we’ll see as the week progresses.”
After a disappointing 2020 season, Reagor has acquired 20 receptions for 165 passing yards and two touchdowns this year.
Eagles’ wide receiver Jalen Reagor was carted off of the field in the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions during Week 8.
Reagor had three touches. His last one was a one-yard pass from quarterback Jalen Hurts that ultimately ended up being an overturned touchdown. Reagor went down on that play after enduring an apparent left ankle injury.
His return remains questionable. Reagor’s 21 rushing yards in today’s game was a career-high.
Injury Update: WR Jalen Reagor (ankle) is questionable to return.
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The Eagles did score on the next play as running back Boston Scott brought it into the endzone. The extra point was good.