Reagor to Miss 3-4 Weeks After Shoulder Injury

The injury bug continues to compile. First was Brandon Brooks with a season-ending injury, then Andre Dillard with season-ending bicep tear. The Philadelphia Eagles can not catch a break.

Now Jalen Reagor could be missing 3-4 weeks following a shoulder injury during a scrimmage this afternoon. According to Geoff Mosher, Reagor was diagnosed with a very slight tear of his labrum and does not require surgery.

Reagor went down on a play attempting to make a tackle following an interception thrown by rookie second-round pick Jalen Hurts. Hurts replaced Wentz in practice for precautionary reasons due to a lower-body soft tissue injury.

Reagor and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside have been rotating at the starting team X receiver position. JJAW could be the full-time player there while he heals from this injury. DeSean Jackson most likely handling the Z while Greg Ward Jr. should be in the slot. John Hightower has been turning heads so he could be getting some more reps.

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