The past few days have been relatively quiet. You know, except for those constant narratives of the Philadelphia Eagles' season being over and whatnot.
Never mind the fact that the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys validated themselves by beating the Birds. No one wants to acknowledge that, but a recent three-game losing streak has some of the NFL's most loyal fan base on edge. If you're like us, you have turned off the radio. It has gotten pretty irritating as of late.
We get it to some degree, but we can't let recency bias shake us. It certainly hasn't shaken our favorite football team.
From what we understand, Philly has no intention of canceling the rest of the regular season, so while much of Eagles Nation was putting a bow on Christmas and preparing for another year, the Birds went back to work.
Devon Allen moves to the practice squad's injured reserve while the Eagles add another wide receiver.
The Eagles moved practice indoors on Thursday. Darius Slay sat out again. His chances of playing on Sunday seem to be fairly slim. It looks like Kelee Ringo may start again.
Philly is completely focused on Week 17's game. On Thursday, they announced a couple of roster moves. One involves someone we have talked about often, track star Devon Allen. He has been added to the practice squad's injured reserve.
To fill the void he leaves Philly adds wide receiver Griffin Hebert. The announcement and most recent injury report are below.
Keep an eye on Darius Slay. It has been a while since he has practiced. That's something to continue keeping tabs on.