The Eagles announced Friday that right guard Matt Pryor has been placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
On Saturday, the Ravens reported defensive tackle Brandon Williams has been placed on their Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Statement from the Baltimore Ravens. pic.twitter.com/usRocLnSzE— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 17, 2020
In their statements, each team says, "the Reserve/COVID-19 list was created for a player who either tests positive for COVID-19 or who has been in close contact with an infected person or persons."
Sources tell 6abc that Pryor has not actually tested positive for coronavirus, but came into contact with someone who did and he needs to be away from the team.
No further details are known of Williams' contact with the virus.
Right tackle Lane Johnson has been officially ruled out with an ankle injury.
Rookie Jack Driscoll will start for Johnson.
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Newcomer Jamon Brown will make his start for the Eagles to replace Pryor.
🚨 With BOTH Eagles RT Lane Johnson & RG Matt Pryor OUT this will be the Eagles starting OL vs Ravens— Jeff Skversky 6abc (@JeffSkversky) October 16, 2020
▪️LT: Jordan Mailata
▪️LG: Nate Herbig
▪️C: Jason Kelce
▪️RG: Jamon Brown
▪️RT: Jack Driscoll (R)
✳️ 4 different RGs than expected, 3 diff. LTs, 2 at LG & 2 at RT https://t.co/KQBremFH7T pic.twitter.com/VWOmGgHlgR
"Whenever we get a new player, it's about catching them up to speed on our playbook. He's done a really nice job. He's a smart guy. He's aggressive coming off the ball. He fits in really well," head coach Doug Pederson said.
It's musical chairs to protect quarterback Carson Wentz.
"I think I bring a little experience. I've started a lot of games. I've helped a few organizations win some games," Brown said.
The Eagles will not have DeSean Jackson or Alshon Jeffery to help them win Sunday. For the third straight game, both are out.
So Travis Fulgham, the man of the hour who was on the practice squad just a few weeks ago, will get another start. He had ten catches for 152 yards last week.
Wentz is all-in on Fulgham.
"He's a big-time player. We've seen what he's done in practice now for a while and how he's come along within our offense, our system. He's been making play after play, and I think he has a bright future ahead of him," Wentz said.
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The Eagles activated safety Will Parks from Injured Reserve and he will make his debut Sunday.
Eagles also activated defensive end Vinny Curry.
✅ Eagles safety Will Parks officially activated from IR & will make debut Sunday against Ravens— Jeff Skversky 6abc (@JeffSkversky) October 17, 2020
Eagles have also activated DE Vinny Curry
Plus, elevated TE Jason Croom and DB Elijah Riley from the practice squad to the active roster@6abc #Eagles pic.twitter.com/cx1eacvRg2
The Eagles play the Ravens at home at 1 p.m.