2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 9/13L 27-17
- 9/20L 37-19
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- 11/22h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 11/30h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- 12/20h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/27h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Eagles rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor will miss multiple weeks with a UCL tear in his thumb, sources told ESPN. A source added that Reagor is expected to undergo surgery and will be placed on injured reserve.
Eagles coach Doug Pederson came to the defense of his struggling quarterback Carson Wentz.
We get our first KJZ / Get Up trade...as Jay heads over to Get Up and Dan Graziano joins the show to talk about the expectations for Mahomes and what the role of Jalen Hurts is going to be with Carson Wentz & the Eagles struggling so far this season. Author of the book "The Dynasty", Jeff Benedict joins the show to talk about the access he got to Bill Belichick & Robert Kraft and why the owner was the most unsung hero of the Patriots dynasty. Coach Ed Orgeron joins to talk about the plan to replace Joe Burrow and the rest of the talent they lost to the NFL after their national championship season and what to expect from Myles Brennan.
Jay is pretty 'meh' about the Bulls hiring Billy Donovan as their new head coach. Both Key & Jay wish they'd stop 're-heating' the same guys and get some new blood in as head coaches in the NBA. Adrian Wojnarowski joins to talk about how the Donovan hire came about. Ryan Clark joins to talk about why Cam is better than Brady for the Pats RIGHT NOW and why the NFL MVP is Russell Wilson's to lose.
Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer
The Eagles have placed G Isaac Seumalo (knee) on injured reserve. He'll be sidelined at least three weeks.
Why has Carson Wentz been struggling this year? Doug Pederson isn't so sure... that's probably not a great sign... and ESPN's Marcus Spears compares it to Greeny's marriage. We continue the "Airing of Grievances" and chat with Packers RB Aaron Jones.
First Take hour 2: is Drew Brees washed?, Colby Covington calls out LeBron and who's to blame in Philly?
Stephen A, Max and Jeff Saturday debate, if we should be worried about Drew Brees, Colby Covington's comments about LeBron and who's the problem in Philly.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti recap what we saw from Monday Night Football. The Raiders surprised some by beating the Saints, is the black hole turning around? Sal Paolantonio joins the show to discuss what is up with Carson Wentz and the Eagles, and if we could see Jalen Hurts any time soon.
Host Laura Rutledge along with Dan Orlovsky, Marcus Spears and Mina Kimes have all your week two NFL Coverage. From the Cowboys miraculous comeback to Went'z continued regression, and of course Adam Schefter to break down all the injuries across the NFL.
The Eagles will put left guard Isaac Seumalo on IR with a knee injury, putting further stress on a thin offensive line.
First Take is joined by Dan Orlovsky to discuss if Wentz is more part of the problem or solution, if Tom Brady's week 2 performance was impressive, and Bill QB Josh Allen joins the show.
Philadelphia's second-round pick was in for three plays on Sunday, further making his role a talking point on where and when the rookie should play.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Daniel talk the impact of an awful day of injuries in the NFL and recap the rest of Week 2.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour reacting to some crazy comments made by Dan Orlovsky. Are you taking Josh Allen as the early MVP of the NFL? Ed Werder joins the show to talk about the improbable comeback win the Cowboys had last night and what it means for the Cowboys moving forward. Jackie MacMullan joins the show to talk about Anthony Davis and the Lakers winning at the buzzer, and who is the most important player for the Celtics Heat series?
The NFL was hampered by injuries to stars around the league on Sunday. Among them? Saquon Barkley going down for the Giants, Carolina RB Christian McCaffrey, and many, many 49ers, including Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Bosa, and Raheem Mostert. Considering the impact of those injuries, many teams have now dropped to 0-2. Bill Barnwell discusses the severity of injuries around the league, and explains what’s at stake for football’s winless teams. Plus, a tribute to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg: athletic inspiration.
Wentz threw a costly third-quarter interception and the Eagles' defense was completely befuddled by the Rams, extending a tough start to the season.
There were some bad QB performances in Week 2 of the NFL season. Fans of the Giants, Jets, Broncos, Vikings and others took to social media wanting the Clemson QB.
Jared Goff threw three touchdown passes to Tyler Higbee and the Los Angeles Rams beat the Philadelphia Eagles 37-19 on Sunday.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
The Eagles did not complete a single pass when Jalen Ramsey was the nearest defender to the receiver today at time of ball arrival, per Next Gen Stats. Targeted twice. Ramsey lined up opposite DeSean Jackson and Jalen Reagor more often than anyone else.
Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer
Guard Isaac Seumalo (knee) has been ruled out.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
Through the first half, Jalen Ramsey has not been the nearest defender to a targeted receiver yet, per NFL Next Gen Stats. Ramsey has played every snap. Ramsey lined up opposite DeSean Jackson on 8 of Jackson's 15 routes. Jackson has not been targeted today.
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|6(21)||Quez Watkins||WR||Southern Miss|
|6(31)||Prince Tega Wanogho||OT||Auburn|