The Eagles have been dropping like flies with injury and injury this season, but finally the team is getting a player back from injury.
Kamu Grugier-Hill suffered a Grade 3 MCL sprain in Training Camp practice in early August. After seven weeks on the shelf, KGH seems ready to get back onto the field, as NBC Sports' Derrick Gunn reports the team is expecting to have him back in the lineup for Thursday.
Grugier-Hill's availability means that Nate Gerry will go back to playing solely on special teams. Gerry held his own during the first three weeks, as other glaring issues on the team distracted everyone from any possible bad play from him, but he did have a redzone pick of Matt Ryan in Week 2 as a big positive in the eyes of Eagles fans.
So now the Eagles finally have one player returning from injury. Just got about eight or nine other players to try and get healthy now...