Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 13
vs 7
@ 3
vs 8
@ 10
vs 5
BYE
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vs 29
@ 1
vs 3
@ 32
vs 19
vs 26
@ 14
@ 23
@ 5
vs 31
vs 14

Fantasy News

  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Could start in 2022

    Epps has a good chance to start alongside Anthony Harris at safety this season, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. After losing Rodney McLeod to the Colts this offseason, Philadelphia will need someone to step up as its second starting safety, and it sounds like Epps currently is the favorite to do so. He provided reason to believe he could succeed as a starter last season, racking up 20 tackles over two games when he took over for the injured Harris in Weeks 7 and 8.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Returns from COVID list

    Epps was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday. Epps spent a week in COVID protocols and missed the Eagles' Week 18 loss to the Cowboys. Now healthy, Epps should return Sunday against the Buccaneers in a reserve role at safety.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Shifts to COVID list

    Epps was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday after testing positive for the virus, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Epps played only 17 defensive snaps during Sunday's win over Washington and is now on the virus list. Starting safety Rodney McLeod also tested positive for COVID, so Epps could step into the starting role if he can clear the protocols before Saturday's matchup with Dallas.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Career high in tackles

    Epps had 11 tackles (five solo) in a 33-22 loss to the Raiders on Sunday. Epps stepped into a full-time role playing 100 percent of the snaps with Anthony Harris (hands/groin) unable to play. The third-year pro took advantage of the opportunity, as his 11 tackles marked a career high. The Eagles will travel to Detroit for Week 8, and if Harris is able to return, look for Epps to be relegated to a part-time role.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Will start Week 7

    Epps will draw the start in place of Anthony Harris (hands/groin) during Sunday's contest against the Raiders, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports. Harris was ruled out for Sunday's game after suffering a groin injury that kept him out of Friday's practice. Epps has appeared in every contest for the Eagles this season, but he has mostly operated as the third safety during obvious passing situations. In Week 3, the 25-year-old safety replaced K'Von Wallace (shoulder) and played 61 defensive snaps and recorded four tackles. He will likely see a similar workload during his first start of the season Sunday.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Racks up eight stops

    Epps had eight tackles (five solo) during Sunday's 21-18 win over the Panthers. Epss was busy as a run stopper despite playing just 29 percent of defensive snaps. As he's been mostly limited to a depth role, Epps shouldn't be considered as a viable IDP option except in exceptionally deep formats.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Clears concussion protocol

    Epps is active for Sunday's Week 2 matchup against the 49ers. Epps entered concussion protocol immediately after the Eagles' Week 1 victory against the Falcons. However, he apparently passed all required medical tests and will likely step into a significant role with Rodney McLeod (knee) inactive once again.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Starting against Atlanta

    Epps will be starting at safety Sunday against the Falcons, according to Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia. Epps will get the starting nod at safety over Rodney McLeod, but that isn't all that surprising considering he ended the 2020 season in a starting role as well. The former Wyoming standout managed 47 tackles (35 solo), four defended passes and two interceptions across 14 games in 2020.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Logs eight tackles

    Epps recorded eight tackles (seven solo) across 40 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys. Epps has 15 tackles over the past two contests, as he saw a major bump in reps during that stint. He'll look to finish the season strong Sunday against Washington.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Suiting up Thursday

    Epps (rib) upgraded to full practice participation Wednesday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Thursday's game against the Giants. Epps was forced to miss his first game of the season last week against Baltimore due to the rib injury but appears back to full health. The fact that the Wyoming product will play is a positive sign for the depth at safety for the Eagles, especially considering K'Von Wallace (shoulder) was already ruled out for the contest.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Sitting out Sunday

    Epps (ribs) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Ravens. Epps has played every game this season, including two starts, but he was unable to practice this week and will watch from the sidelines. The second-year safety has recorded 17 tackles and two pass breakups, and now rookie K'Von Wallace likely will handle more reps with the No. 8 scoring offense coming to town.
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  • Eagles' Marcus Epps: Back to full health

    Epps (lower body) is not listed on Wednesday's injury report. Epps dealt with a lower body injury during training camp, but he's shed the issue heading into the regular season. He'll provide the Eagles with a reserve safety option during Sunday's season opener against Washington.
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