The Philadelphia Eagles were handed yet another blow when they learned that they would be without defensive end Trent Cole and offensive lineman Jason Peters, going up against the NFC East-leading Washington Redskins Sunday in Week 6.
The Eagles have very little wiggle room as it is, at 1-4 and last in the NFC East, despite being lauded and predicted by many as a Super Bowl team in the preseason. According to the injury report, the Eagles may also be without the services of tackle King Dunlap, as he is listed as questionable.
Probable for the Eagles are safeties Nate Allen and Jarrad Page, wide receivers Jason Avant and Steve Smith, defensive ends Jaqua Parker and Darryl Tapp, tackle Winston Justice, defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins and guard Justin Vandervelde.
For the Redskins, nobody yet has been officially ruled out. Their injury report reads as follows: wide receiver Anthony Armstrong questionable, cornerbacks Phillip Buchanon and DeAngelo Hall questionable, tight end Chris Cooley questionable, and running back Tim Hightower questionable. The probables are running back Darrel Young and and safety Oshiomogho Atogwe.
Stay tuned to SB Nation DC for more updates on this game before and after the kickoff.