The Eagles will have a new quarterback this weekend, but they might not be able to protect him as well as they hope.
Starting left guard Stefen Wisniewski will officially be listed as questionable for Sunday's game because of an ankle injury.
Wiz had to leave the Rams game in the first half and did not return. He missed practice on Wednesday and was limited on Thursday.
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"We'll see where he's at today," head coach Doug Pederson said on Friday.
After Wisniewski came out of the Rams game, he was replaced by Chance Warmack, who was then replaced by Isaac Seumalo.
It sounds like Warmack will have the first chance to play this weekend if Wisniewski can't go.
"We've worked Chance at that position this week," Pederson said. "Isaac has obviously gotten some reps really at all the positions but that would be the most logical."
Seumalo actually began the season as the team's starting left guard after he won the position in the offseason. From there, Warmack got the first crack at replacing him when he was benched, but Warmack couldn't keep the job, eventually giving way to a rotation before Wisniewski simply took over. The line has been much better since Wiz took over the starting job in Week 3.
Alshon Jeffery and Steven Means, who both missed Thursday's practice with illnesses, will be back on the practice field on Friday. Both should be fine for this weekend's game.
The Eagles will practice outside in 28-degree weather on Friday as they prepare for Sunday's outdoor game at MetLife Stadium.
No word on the condition of the recycling can Jason Kelce kicked inside the bubble after getting cleated on Thursday. At least the outdoor practice will give it another day of rest.