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2022 Week 10 Injury Report: Eagles vs Commanders

The undefeated Philadelphia Eagles host the dysfunctional Washington Commanders on Monday Night Football. The Eagles enter this game mostly healthy with just 1 starter (on the active roster) ruled out for the game. The Commanders roster is a mess with all of the injuries they have.

Here's a look at the Week 10 injury report for the Eagles:

Josh Jobe (hamstring)

Jobe has only played special teams snaps so far this season.


Avonte Maddox (hamstring)

With Maddox out, expect Josiah Scott to take all of the slot corner snaps on Monday Night as he did in Week 4 against the Jaguars and Week 5 against the Cardinals.


*DT Jordan Davis (ankle)

Davis' injury thankfully isn't a season-ender, but he was placed on injured reserve with his ankle injury. Even though he hasn't shown much in the stats department, he has been doing a lot of dirty work for his teammates in the limited snaps he has played this season. All four remaining healthy DTs on the roster (Fletcher Cox, Javon Hargrave, Milton Williams, Marlon Tuipulotu) will see an increase in snaps to try to offset the loss of Davis.


*DE Derek Barnett (ACL)

Barnett tore his ACL in Week 1 and is out for the rest of the season.



Here's a look at the Commanders injury report:

LB Cole Holcomb (foot)

Holcomb has 69 tackles through seven games and the only decent linebacker for the Commanders so far this season. Jon Bostic will likely fill in, but there isn’t much (if any) depth behind bostic.


J.D. McKissic (neck)

McKissic won’t play, but Brian Robinson missed the first matchup of these teams back in Week 3, so Robinson and Antonio Gibson will be the 1-2 punch for the Commanders.


LB David Mayo (hamstring)

will also be out for Monday's game. The only other linebackers aside from Jon Bostic that could fill in for Holcomb and Mayo are Khaleke Hudson (33 career games) and De'Jon Harris (9 career games)

LG Andrew Norwell (groin)

Norwell has started 9 games for the Commanders this season. If he can’t play, Chris Paul is his backup (not the NBA star, the Commanders’ 7th round pick in 2022 that hasn’t played in a NFL game yet)

C Tyler Larson (back)

Larsen would be in line to be the starting center Monday Night if he is healthy enough to play. If he can’t go, then backup center Nick Martin will take his place.


*QB Carson Wentz (finger)

Wentz will miss his return to Philly since he is on IR recovering from finger surgery.


*DE Chase Young (PUP)

Young has missed the first nine games of the Commanders' season while still recovering from a torn ACL suffered late last season. His 21-day practice window was activated last week, and there was speculation that he would be added to active roster ahead of Monday night, but so far that hasn’t happened.


*C Chase Roullier

Roullier is the Commanders' starting center but has been on the shelf since September.


*iOL Wes Schweitzer

Schweitzer began the season as the starting RG. He missed Week 2 with an injury, but came back Week 3 against the Eagles and started at C in place of Roullier. He suffered a concussion and has not played since.


*DT Phidarian Mathis

Mathis was the Commanders' second-round pick this year. He tore his meniscus Week 1 and will be out for the rest of the season.

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