Cox (neck) has been ruled out for Sunday night's game against Washington after being listed as a non-participant for Friday's practice. The six-time Pro Bowler had to exit Philadelphia's Week 16 loss with a stinger after fielding just seven defensive snaps. Cox was subsequently listed as a non-participant throughout the entire practice week before being deemed out for the Eagles' 2020 finale. He's proven to be incredibly durable with just four absences over nine pro campaigns, but there isn't much to gain in pushing the 30-year-old back into action. Philadelphia was eliminated from playoff contention with its loss to Dallas last Sunday.
Cox suffered a stinger during Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Cox has battled a neck injury for the better part of December. He was spotted on the bench without his shoulder pads during the second quarter. It's a big loss if he can't return, as Cox has produced 40 tackles and 6.5 sacks through 14 games. Javon Hargrave figures to absorb Cox's role moving forward.
Cox (neck) is active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. The 30-year-old was considered questionable as he continues to manage the neck injury, but it won't prevent him from suiting up Sunday. Cox should continue to play a pivotal role in Philadelphia's defensive line rotation.
Cox (neck) is questionable for Sunday's game at Dallas. The 30-year-old has battled the neck issue throughout December, though he has yet to miss any time due to the injury. Cox has sat out only two games over the past eight seasons, so he's likely to take the field Sunday barring a setback.
Cox (neck) did not participate in Wednesday's practice. Though Cox continues to be tagged with a neck issue, his lack of participation Wednesday likely has more to do with his typical veteran rest day. Cox has yet to miss a contest in 2020 and has sat out only two regular-season games over the past eight years.
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