The Philadelphia Eagles will have their first divisional matchup this weekend as they head down to face the Washington Commanders. The Eagles remain relatively healthy but had a surprise on their final injury report. The Commanders have a short injury list but have a lot of players on IR/PUP that have been rehabbing injuries from before the start of the season.
Here's a look at the Week 3 injury report:
G Landon Dickerson (foot)
Dickerson must have injured his foot off the field, as he was listed as a resting player on Thursday and didn't practice at all today. The extent of the injury hasn't been revealed yet, but if he were to miss Sunday's game Sua Opeta is likely to fill in at LG.
*T Andre Dillard (arm)
Dillard was placed on IR and will miss at least the first month of the season.
*DE Derek Barnett (ACL)
Barnett tore his ACL in Week 1 and is out for the rest of the season.
DT Daniel Wise (ankle)
Wise is only a rotational piece of the Commanders d-line, and was unlikely to make a big impact if active. John Ridgeway is the next man up on the depth chart and will be the backup to Daron Payne.
DE Casey Toohill (concussion)
The Eagles' 7th-round pick in 2020 has been a rotational piece of Washington's d-line since last season. The Commanders are paper thin on their d-line for Sunday's matchup with the Eagles.
*DE Chase Young
Young is still recovering from a torn ACL suffered last season. He is on Reserve/PUP, and will miss the first four weeks of the regular season.
*RB Brian Robinson Jr.
Robinson was the victim of an attempted carjacking and suffered multiple gunshot wounds in the offseason. He is likely to play later this season.
*C Tyler Larsen
Larsen has been hurt since late last season when he suffered a torn achilles and remains on IR.
*C Chase Roullier
The Commanders' starting center suffered a lower leg injury against the Lions in Week 2 and the rest of his season is up in the air. Starting RG Wes Schweitzer is set to take over at center, but he is banged up as well, as he missed their Week 2 game in Detroit with a hamstring injury.
*DT Phidarian Mathis
Mathis was the Commanders' second-round pick this year. He tore his meniscus in Week 1 and is out for the rest of the season.