The Eagles are looking to avoid a 1-3 start and get back to .500, but they have a tough task in front of them as they are facing the reigning AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs. It's well documented that the team is dealing with quite a few long-term injuries already, but on the final injury report the Birds have just one active player ruled out. Here's a look at the Eagles' injury report for Sunday's game.
Jordan Mailata (knee) - There's some hope that Mailata can return next week, but there is still a decent chance we won't see him for 2+ weeks. Andre Dillard will get the start once again at LT.
G Isaac Seumalo (foot) - Seumalo is out for the rest of the season. Nate Herbig finished the Cowboys game at LG. But now that it is known that Seumalo and Brandon Brooks will be out for the foreseeable future, Nick Sirianni may try to move Landon Dickerson to LG and put Nate Herbig at RG, as those positions are more natural for both players. Jack Driscoll and Sue Opeta are the next men up if either Dickerson or Herbig get injured at some point.
The Chiefs are relatively healthy for this game with just one player ruled out with two others being listed as questionable. Here's a look at their final injury report.
CB Rashad Fenton (concussion) - Fenton played in every game last season for the Chiefs and has played a small percentage of snaps in 2021. Behind him on the depth chart is DeAndre Baker.
CB Charvarius Ward (quad) - Ward is one of the Chiefs' starting CBs. The aforementioned DeAndre Baker could see a big increase in playing time if Ward is out. Mike Hughes will likely see an increase as well.
DE Frank Clark (hamstring) - Clark would give Andre Dillard fits on Sunday if he is able to play. If not, then Mike Danna is likely to be the next man up on the Chiefs' d-line.