PHILADELPHIA – With Eagles Midfielder Jalen Hurts‘the possibility of being ready for Sunday’s game against the Washington Soccer Team is mentioned, he and Gardner Minshew will split the representatives of the first team to start the week.
Hurts, who sprained his left ankle on November 28 against Giants in New York, is “trending up,” according to coach Nick Sirianni. However, Sirianni expressed uncertainty about whether he is ready to play against Washington.
“I don’t know exactly what will happen, just like last week I didn’t know exactly what was going to happen,” said Sirianni, explaining why he analyzed the moments between Hurts and Minshew during the session. instructions on Wednesday. Hurts was officially listed as a limited participant in the team’s injury report. “You want to make sure you’re covered if a guy can’t play. That’s it.”
Hurts missed Philadelphia’s Week 13 game against New York Jets. Minshew played well in his position, going 20-25 for 242 yards with a touchdown in a 33-18 win.
Eagles will say goodbye to their week. When asked after the Jets game if Hurts would be available when they resume play, Sirianni replied: “I think so.”
But this week has started off like Week 13, with two QBs sharing spiritual representations during Wednesday’s tutorial. Minshew did the majority of reps in practice on the Thursday and Friday of that week before kick-off.
According to the NFL Network, Hurts is dealing with a high ankle sprain, which can have a recovery time of up to four weeks. He was officially listed as limited in Wednesday’s practice report.
“It’s a day-to-day thing,” Hurts said. “Coming here every day, doing everything in my power to be ready to serve my team. That’s my mindset, that’s still my mindset. Trying to always be available for the team.”
Hurts, 23, has started 12 games for the Eagles this season. He completed 60.1% of his passes in 2,435 yards with 13 touchdowns to 8 interceptions while adding 695 yards and 8 TDs on the ground.
Sunday’s game against Washington is important, as both teams enter the game with a record of 6-7 and are vying for the final NFC wildcard spot.