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The Philadelphia Eagles released their first official injury report on Monday in advance of their Week 6 Thursday Night Football game against the New York Giants.The Eagles held a walk-through instead of a standard practice http://www.eaglesfootballauthentics.com/jason-kelce-jersey-authentic , so note that today’s injury report is an estimation.The good news is that Corey Clement was listed as a full participant. Clement seemed to be moving well during warmups prior to the Eagles vs. Vikings game on Sunday. He was activated for the game but he did not play. It seems like he might’ve been good to go in an emergency situation. It’d be great to get Clement back on the field this week, especially with Jay Ajayi’s season now over. Four Eagles players were listed as limited participants: Jason Peters, Lane Johnson, Sidney Jones, and D.J. Alexander. Jones had to leave Sunday’s game early after spraining his ankle. I’d imagine these players have a good shot to play on Thursday. They’re just not going to be playing at 100%.Five players did not participate: Derek Barnett, Darren Sproles, Nathan Gerry, Corey Graham, and Haloti Ngata. Other than maybe Gerry, it doesn’t seem like we’ll see these guys suit up against the Giants. The Eagles’ recent addition of defensive tackle T.Y. McGill specifically doesn’t bode well for Ngata. The Eagles will hold their first real practice ahead of the Giants game tomorrow on Tuesday.PHILADELPHIA EAGLES INJURY REPORT (MONDAY)DID NOT PARTICIPATEDE Derek Barnett (shoulder)LB Nathan Gerry (ankle Womens Nick Foles Jersey , knee)S Corey Graham (hamstring)DT Haloti Ngata (calf)RB Darren Sproles (hamstrng)LIMITED PARTICIPATIONLB D.J. Alexander (quad)OT Lane Johnston (ankle)CB Sidney Jones (ankle)OT Jason Peters (quad)FULL PARTICIPATIONRB Corey Clement (quad)NEW YORK GIANTS INJURY REPORT (MONDAY)Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas and tight end Rhett Ellison did not practice. The extent of those injuries is unknown. Evan Engram was limited after missing the last two games with an MCL sprain. The Giants would be without their top two tight ends if both Engram and Ellison can’t play.Pass rusher Olivier Vernon was limited and might be able to make his season debut this week. DID NOT PARTICIPATETE Rhett Ellison (foot)K Aldrick Rosas (right quad)LIMITED PARTICIPATIONWR Jawill Davis (shoulder)TE Evan Engram (knee)DL Josh Mauro (groin)WR Russell Shepard (neck)LB Olivier Vernon (ankle)Eagles players didn’t mind the ‘boos’, so you shouldn’t either During one particular preseason edition of the “Nick Foles what are you doing!?” Show, I sat there screaming at my TV when my Dad looked at me and laughed, “that’s pretty aggressive snark for a preseason game”. But that’s the thing, whether it’s the preseason or the playoffs, Eagles fans expect a good performance — and when the product on the field isn’t good, we often let the team know. (Even if it’s from our living rooms, and far from the coaches ears.)It might be a bit surprising to some of the new guys in the building — or outside media members —, but any team vet will tell you that Eagles fans love hard, and they might support you in good times and bad Youth Jordan Hicks Jersey , but in the bad times they are going to let you hear it.It’s something Brent Celek celebrated in his retirement letter to Eagles fans:Moreso than being expected — especially given the actual offensive performance against the Falcons on Thursday, particularly in the first half — team leader Malcolm Jenkins explained why he was happy to hear the fans jeers heading into the half.A lot has been made this offseason about how the team would handle things as reigning Super Bowl Champions; whether they would rest on their laurels or still be motivated to go for another ring. Jenkins’ admission is that the fans are what will ultimately keep them humble and keep them pushing to be even better than they were the day before.“We all we got, we all we need.”And that “we” includes the players on the field, the coaches on the sidelines, and the fans in the stands and watching from home. Sure, we may “boo” a time or two, but it’s really for the betterment of the team — and who can be mad at that?
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