Today the Eagles activated the 21-day practice windows for Jalen Reagor, T.J. Edwards, Jason Peters, and Rudy Ford. This means they have three weeks to add these players to the active roster.
Reagor’s return would be the most significant among this group, and according to John Clark, he might be good to go on Sunday:
I’m told there is a chance that Jalen Reagor could return this Sunday night
I’m told the cast is off his thumb. He is catching balls. He is ahead of schedule in his rehab. Will see
Eagles have activated the 21 day practice window for Jalen Reagor and Jason Peters pic.twitter.com/GxNx8WZT2V
— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) October 26, 2020
Reagor underwent thumb surgery in late September and was placed on injured reserve on the 30th of that month. The three-week IR window meant he was going to miss San Fran/Pittsburgh/Baltimore, though it was originally reported that he’d have an outside chance to play against the Giants, which obviously did not happen. If he can’t go Sunday, he’ll get the bye week for extra recovery and then be good to play on the 15th, for the return trip to New York.
Reagor had five receptions for 96 yards this season before going on the shelf. With DeSean Jackson injured on a cheap shot Thursday night, the Eagles are again down to the Travis Fulgham/Greg Ward/John Hightower trio of receivers (JJAW, too).