Douglas made just two solo tackles in Sunday's playoff loss to the Saints but finished the regular season with 58 tackles (48 solo), three interceptions and four passes defensed. As injuries mounted up in the Eagles secondary, Douglas kept finding playing time and managed to lead the team's cornerbacks in snaps on the year while playing in all 18 games including the playoffs. He was also fourth on the team in tackles. With Ronald Darby set to walk this offseason, the 23-year-old should be in line to start again with Jalen Mills in 2019, but the duo will likely face competition from Avonte Maddox and Cre'von LeBlanc, who acquitted themselves nicely over the latter half of the season.
Douglas (ankle) returned to Sunday's divisional-round game against the Saints, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports. Douglas was back on the sideline during the first half, but he didn't retake the field until after halftime. The 23-year-old should resume his usual starting role at cornerback if he can avoid aggravating the ankle issue.
Douglas is questionable to return to Sunday's divisional-round playoff game at New Orleans with an ankle injury, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports. Douglas was able to return to the sideline after sustaining the injury during the first half, but he did not retake the field prior to halftime. Cre'von LeBlanc and Avonte Maddox will be heavily relied upon at cornerback should Douglas be unable to return, with Sidney Jones (hamstring) inactive Sunday.
Douglas recorded nine tackles (eight solo) during Sunday's 32-30 win over the Texans. Douglas continues to rack up tackles and has come on as a valuable IDP asset down the stretch. Since taking over at starting left cornerback in Week 13, the 24-year-old has 39 combined tackles, one pass defensed and one interception.
Douglas (knee) is active for Sunday's game versus the Giants, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. With Jalen Mills (foot) and Sidney Jones (hamstring) inactive, Douglas will be the Eagles' top corner and will be tasked with slowing down Giants wideout Odell Beckham. Douglas has 11 tackles over the last two weeks, and he figures to have plenty of opportunities if Beckham receives double-digit targets for the ninth time this year.
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