Huff is under evaluation for a head injury suffered during Thursday's loss at Detroit, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Huff left the contest with just one catch for 11 yards on the ledger, ending his touchdown streak at two games. If he's eventually diagnosed with a concussion, his return will be subject to the league's protocol for head injuries.
Huff caught one pass for 39 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 45-17 loss to Tampa Bay. He's still been used sparingly, but Huff has seen his chances in head coach Chip Kelly's offense increase this season, and he's capitalized on far more of them. His touchdown catch Sunday was an impressive display of athleticism, and marked his third touchdown catch of the season. With tight end Zach Ertz likely out on Thanksgiving, Huff could see even more targets against the Lions.
Huff (back) is listed as active Sunday against the Buccaneers, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Despite sitting out Thursday's practice due to back spasms, Huff otherwise practiced in full this week. If recent usage is any indication -- four of his 13 targets over the last three games have occurred in the red zone -- his third touchdown of the season could come to pass, though nearly all those looks occurred with Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion), and not Sunday's starter Mark Sanchez, under center.
Huff (back) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Bucs. Listed as a full participant at Friday's practice, Huff should be a go this weekend, but with Jordan Matthews and Nelson Agholor also in the Eagles' wideout mix, Huff is a speculative play in Week 11, despite scoring his second TD of the season (while making three catches for 23 yards) in this past Sunday's loss to the Dolphins.
Huff missed Thursday's practice due to back spasms, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. However, Huff said that he expects to suit up Sunday against the Buccaneers. During Wednesday's iteration of drills, Huff felt "a little tinge" in his back, and increased discomfort Thursday forced an absence, which could be replicated Friday as a precautionary measure. If Huff has his druthers, he should be good to go in Week 11, but Friday's injury report will give a better indication of his potential to do so.
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