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Tagged: Miles Sanders (42 Results)


Eagles RB Sanders avoids serious injury but remains week-to-week

Philadelphia Eagles running back MILES SANDERS appears to have avoided a serious injury after leaving Sunday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders with an ankle injury. Eagles head coach Nick SirianniMore said that Sanders is unlikely to play this week, although the team did not officially rule him out. Sirianni added that Sanders’ status is week-to-week. After Sanders left Sunday’s game, the Eagles used fellow running backs KENNY GAINWELL and BOSTON SCOTT. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Eagles RB Sanders carted off with injury

Philadelphia Eagles running back MILES SANDERS suffered an ankle injury near the end of the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Sanders was helped off the field,More then onto a cart and ruled out for the remainder of the game. Sanders had 5 carries for 25 yards on the opening drive as the Eagles tried to get him involved in the offense early. Less

Source: Delaware News Journal


Eagles OC looking to get RB Sanders rolling

Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Shane Steichen admitted this week that the team needs to do a better job of incorporating running back MILES SANDERS into the game plan. After rushing 28More times in the first two games, Sanders has a combined 29 rushes over the past four weeks. One of the factors contributing to Sanders’ decreased role appears to be quarterback JALEN HURTS, who has accounted for more than 85% of the team’s total offense. Less

Source: Philadelphia Inquirer


Eagles running backs have “clean slate” under new RB coach

The Philadelphia Eagles have a crowded running back room heading into the 2021 season, and new running backs coach Jemal Singleton said recently that all of his players will be startingMore with a clean slate. While MILES SANDERS is expected to lead the group, fellow running backs BOSTON SCOTT, JORDAN HOWARD, KERRYON JOHNSON, and KENNY GAINWELL will also be in the mix for a role. Less

Source: NBC Sports Philadelphia

Factoid: Dropped passes

I wonder what the new coaching staff in Philadelphia will do with Miles Sanders on third downs? He’s got breakaway ability, but he’s dropped way too many passes.  more »



Eagles sign RB Howard to one-year deal

Running back JORDAN HOWARD is returning to the Philadelphia Eagles after signing a one-year contract for the 2021 season. Howard has been declining in recent seasons, but he does not turnMore 27 until November and his deal with the Eagles is not expected to be expensive. If Howard can return to his level of play from 2018, he could be a nice complement to fellow running back MILES SANDERS. Less

Source: NBC Sports Philadelphia

Scheduletron: Strength of schedule

The NFL is almost certainly going to a 17-game schedule, and that will create a little more separation in strength of schedule. That extra game will be driven by results each year, with first-place teams playing against each other (and last-place teams getting an additional game against another last-place team).  more »


Eagles RB Sanders, WR Jeffery practice in full

Philadelphia Eagles running back MILES SANDERS and wide receiver ALSHON JEFFERY practiced in full on Thursday. Sanders missed the past two games before the bye due to a knee injury, butMore his full practice could be a good sign for his availability on Sunday against the New York Giants. Meanwhile, Jeffery may be nearing his 2020 debut after missing the first eight games with foot and calf injuries. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Eagles RB Sanders misses second straight practice

Philadelphia Eagles running back MILES SANDERS missed a second straight day of practice on Thursday and appears to be in danger of missing Sunday Night Football against the Dallas Cowboys. IfMore Sanders is out this week, backup BOSTON SCOTT will make his second straight start. Scott will have a big opportunity against the Cowboys and their 32nd ranked run defense. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Status uncertain for Eagles WR Jeffery, RB Sanders

Philadelphia wide receiver ALSHON JEFFERY (calf) and running back MILES SANDERS (knee) continue to be listed as day-to-day due to their respective injuries. Their outlook for Sunday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys remains uncertain.

Source: Team Blog


Jackson, Johnson to return for Eagles on TNF

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said on Wednesday that he anticipates having wide receiver DESEAN JACKSON and offensive tackle LANE JOHNSON for the team’s Thursday Night Football game against theMore New York Giants. Wide receiver ALSHON JEFFERY is not expected to return, and running back MILES SANDERS was ruled out earlier in the week. Less

Source: Team Blog


Eagles RB Sanders, OT Johnson on track to play in Week #2

Philadelphia Eagles running back MILES SANDERS and right tackle LANE JOHNSON are on track to play on Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams after both players missed the season opener withMore injuries. Johnson is coming off ankle surgery in August, while Sanders has been dealing with a bad hammy since early in training camp. Less


Around the NFL: Miles Sanders

It sounds like Miles Sanders will be able to play through his hamstring injury on Sunday. It's not certain, but that's what Adam Schefter is reporting. Maybe he's not 100 percent, but presumably the Eagles wouldn't take any chances of him aggravating the injury if it's a major concern.   more »

NFL Injury Report: Eagles rule out Sanders

The league has released its Saturday injury report, and it includes some notable names and changes. Most notably, the Eagles have ruled out Miles Sanders, while the Bucs have upgraded Mike Evans to questionable.  more »



Eagles could manage RB Sanders’ workload to start season

Philadelphia running back MILES SANDERS continues to recover from a hamstring injury suffered during the first week of training camp. Sanders returned to practice on Wednesday, but head coach Doug Pederson admitted that the Eagles may have to manage his workload as he works his way back onto the field.

Source: Team Blog

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