ARLINGTON, Texas — The Eagles were already short at the safety position and they will need to finish this Monday Night Football game without K’Von Wallace.
The second-year safety left the game in the first quarter with a shoulder injury. He was initially called questionable to return but in the second half was downgraded to out.
Wallace, 24, seemed to injure his shoulder making a tackle on Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott.
After a brief trip to the blue medical tent, Wallace walked into the locker room with a towel over his head.
The Eagles are still without Rodney McLeod (knee), so Wallace and Marcus Epps have been splitting time. Wallace started on Monday night. Epps will have to play opposite Anthony Harris, perhaps for the rest of the way.
Wallace earlier this season had a groin injury and has struggled to stay healthy early in his second NFL season.
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