Updated: 4:25 p.m.
Eagles receiver Mike Wallace is still on injured reserve after fracturing his right fibula in Week 2, but we got a glimpse of him at practice.
Just last week, we saw Wallace in the Eagles’ locker room with a walking boot on his right leg. That walking boot is off.
Wallace, 32, was a spectator at Thursday’s practice inside the practice bubble. He was out of that boot but still seemed to be walking with a limp. See for yourself.
Mike Wallace was at practice today as a spectator (green hoodie). The boot is off his right foot but he still seems to have a limp. He broke his fibula in Week 2 but is eligible to return from IR this season. #Eagles pic.twitter.com/ChrFolP92g— Dave Zangaro (@DZangaroNBCS) November 15, 2018
This is notable because earlier this week, the Eagles designated Richard Rodgers to return from injured reserve. That means they have just one spot remaining for either Wallace or fellow receiver Mack Hollins. Both are eligible to return now. Just last week, we saw Hollins working with trainers on a side field. So it appears Hollins is closer to returning than Wallace.
The Eagles might have a decision to make. Is it worth getting back Hollins, who has never really been a productive receiver, but is a good special teams player? Or is it worth bringing back Wallace, who, at his best, is a big-time downfield threat?
Here’s the full injury report from today:
Did not practice: Ronald Darby (knee), Jalen Mills (foot), Josh Perkins (knee), Darren Sproles (hamstring)
Limited: Lane Johnson (knee), Haloti Ngata (knee)
Full: Malcolm Jenkins (wrist), Sidney Jones (hamstring)
None of the guys who didn't practice are expected to play this weekend. Jones said he will be able to play, which will be big for the Eagles.
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