Alonso finished the season with 30 tackles after recording a season-high eight in Sunday's 35-30 win over the Giants. Alonso's first season with the Eagles was replete with disappointment, from his time-consuming knee injury to his seeming inability to replicate the production of his rookie year. Similar to Nelson Agholor, Alonso's status in the inside linebacker rotation will be tenuous going forward. He was out-played by rookie linebacker Jordan Hicks, and will have to prove himself to the Eagles' next coach.
Alonso (knee) is active Sunday against the Dolphins. Alonso will suit up for the Week 10 contest, but with DeMeco Ryans (hamstring) active as well, he may not see enough snaps to contribute reliable IDP productivity. He's safe to deploy for owners in a pinch, however.
Alonso (knee) is active for Sunday's game in Dallas. Alonso hasn't played since Week 2 and won't necessarily have an every-down role Sunday night. If he does re-establish himself as a three-down player, he could quickly be one of the better IDP options in the league.
Alonso (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday night's game against the Cowboys. Alonso, who hasn't played since hurting his knee back on Sept. 20, practiced in full all week, so he's poised to return to action this Sunday. Once his health and key role in the Eagles' defense is re-established, Alonso is of interest in IDP formats, given his tackling prowess, when healthy.
Alonso (knee) practiced in full Wednesday. As the Eagles prepared for their last tilt on Oct. 25, Alonso practiced in a limited capacity, but the bye week has him on the brink of a return. Considering his knee injury was considered serious, team doctors could exercise caution with the inside linebacker in order to avoid an aggravation. However, his status for Sunday's game in Dallas could become known by the end of the week.