It looks like the Eagles might be without a starter on Sunday against the Giants, but it also looks like they might get one back.
Left guard Allen Barbre, who suffered a left hamstring strain against the Cowboys, is “week to week,” according to head coach Doug Pederson. But Bennie Logan (left groin strain) will likely return to practice this week.
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“Bennie Logan is doing much better,” Pederson said. “We’ll see where he’s at. We’ll probably limit him a little bit, but he’ll return to practice this week and get him some reps and see where he’s at.”
Logan has missed the Eagles’ last two games and Beau Allen has started in his place.
Meanwhile, Barbre left the Cowboys game after just nine snaps and Pederson said he wasn’t sure if the left guard will be able to play this weekend in North Jersey against the Giants.
If he can’t, veteran Stefen Wisniewski, who filled in on Sunday, would get his first start with the Eagles.
“Wiz did well. Wiz did well,” Pederson said. “He’s such a competitor and he’s a pro. He really focuses in on his assignments, his job. He’s itching to play. He got an opportunity and did well.”
Taylor Hart (right ankle) was inactive on Sunday and is “week to week,” according to Pederson. Hart rolled his ankle in Thursday’s practice. Linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill (right hamstring strain) is still “week to week” as well. Grugier-Hill did some running on Monday, Pederson said.
Every other nicked up player — Chris Maragos (hamstring), Leodis Mckelvin (hamstring), Mychal Kendricks (ribs), Jordan Matthews (knee) and Carson Wentz (calf spasm) — should participate fully in Wednesday’s practice.
Apparently, Wentz suffered a calf spasm when he was kicked in the leg during the Minnesota game. Monday was the first time Pederson mentioned the injury. The head coach said Wentz didn’t reaggravate it and should be fine this week.