Philadelphia Eagles COVID-19 tracker with updates

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We’ve come down to crunch time, and the Philadelphia Eagles are playing important football at the end of December. Two games remain. Potential distractions are constant. We’ve gone from saying Philly’s defense ‘stinks’ to now hearing people say they’re raked in the top five of all 32 teams.

Former Eagles head coach Doug Pederson is one of the names being mentioned for the Jacksonville Jaguars head-coaching vacancy. Philly’s new leader, Nick Sirianni, has transformed a team that began 3-5 to an 8-7 squad with two games remaining.

Could the Eagles actually win ten games? They’ll have to continue to ignore the outside noise while dealing with another issue that seems to be affecting every NFL franchise in one way or another, COVID-19.

Here’s a look at the Philadelphia Eagles’ COVID-19 list.

On the Wednesday leading up to the Week 17 clash with the Washington Football Team, the team released an official statement,’s Chris McPherson reports the team has activated four players from its Reserve/COVID-19 list: offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark, offensive tackle Andre Dillard, defensive end Tarron Jackson, and defensive end Ryan Kerrigan.

That’s good news. We’re still awaiting the return of five more players: tight end Noah Togiai (he’s on the practice squad’s COVID-19 list), linebacker Shaun Bradley, defensive back Andre Chachere, defensive end Derek Barnett, and wide receiver John Hightower.

The National Football League and NFL Players Association announced that they agree to modify COVID-19 protocols, one of the biggest being that they cut the standard isolation period from ten days to five days.

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The global health crisis known as Coronavirus continues to serve as a reminder that we all must be careful and do our best to protect one another, As we all know, there are still games to be played, so this will continue to be a challenge. Be sure to bookmark this one. We’ll keep you posted on any changes and when players are added and/or removed from this list.

Update (9:58 a.m. EST on December 30th): Eagles activate Shaun Bradley

Update (4 p.m. EST on Saturday, January 1st): Derek Barnett is activated and Philly announces COVID-19 replacements.

Philadelphia also announced that they had placed wide receiver KeeSean Johnson and cornerback Craig James on the practice squad Reserve/COVID-19 list.

Update: On January 3rd, Philadelphia adds a dozen players to the COVID-19 list and remove another, defensive back Andre Chachere.

Update (January 4th): Philadelphia activates CB Craig James and WR John Hightower from the practice squad Reserve/COVID-19 list.

Update (January 5th): WR KeeSean Johnson is activated from the practice squad COVID-19 list.

Update (January 7th): Philadelphia elevates Jason Kelce back to the active roster.

Update (January 10th): Eagles announce roster moves at the close of the regular season