Home Sports Redskin Eagles-Washington cheat sheet: Matchups to watch, injury updates, predictions SportsRedskin Eagles-Washington cheat sheet: Matchups to watch, injury updates, predictions September 12, 2020 4 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp The Eagles’ season gets underway in a familiar way Sunday as they open with a division game against Washington for the third time in four seasons. Of course, this will also be unlike any season opener before, with no fans in the stands, head coaches in masks, piped-in fan noise and so many other quirks of the moment. Here’s what you need to know about the action on the field. Injury updates and lineup decisions Wide receiver Jalen Reagor will make his Eagles debut two weeks after he left a scrimmage with a shoulder injury, a positive development for the first-round pick after it initially appeared he might miss the opener. Reagor was a full participant at practice Friday and did not have an injury designation on the team’s final report. The same cannot be said for right tackle Lane Johnson, running back Miles Sanders and defensive end Derek Barnett. All three are questionable after being limited in practice this… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR [NFL: Washington Redskins] – After Finishing Strong Against The Eagles, Dwayne Haskins Looks To Take Another Step Forward In Arizona How this Angels season has been undone on the margins (and in small samples) Lions film room: A look inside Matthew Stafford’s return to the field Red Wings mailbag: Draft chatter, an eye on 2020-21 and prospect expectations ‘A bunch of misfits’: Revisiting Oklahoma’s 2000 title that no one saw coming [Fansided: Riggo's Rag] – Washington Football Team: Five players to watch in Week 2 vs. ARI How Mel Tucker’s neutral approach guided Michigan State during an odd offseason [Washington Post] – Dwayne Haskins is off to a solid start, but his push to prove himself has just begun [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – The 5 O’Clock Club: Logan Thomas Bam Adebayo answered the call on both ends for the Heat in Game 2 Debut of £35m Silva: Finishing needs work but has potential to be Jimenez heir Dermot Desmond on 10 in a row, a ‘block’ in Europe and trying to sign Fergie LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.