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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Al Zaffiri
Al Zaffiri

Al is one of the two co-creators of Edge of Philly Sports. Al started radio and podcasting in 2012 and covering sports in 2015. A lifelong Philly sports fan since watching the Eagles, Phillies, Sixers, and Flyers with his grandfathers at age 7. Al always looks at the other side of the hot topics and gives his different outlook on those topics. Web and Graphic Design.