Graham picked up his sixth sack of the season Sunday against the Cowboys.
Graham managed six tackles (four solo) to go along with his sack. He was pretty efficient on the day, as he did his damage on just 44 defensive snaps (70.0 percent). He will look to add to his sack total in the Eagles' upcoming game versus Bears.
Graham had two tackles (one solo) and one sack Sunday against the 49ers.
Graham is approaching his career high of 6.5 sacks, and he's only played eight games. His tackle count is troubling, though, with just 20 (13 solo) on the season, meaning his IDP value is held up by his sack count, and Graham has had three games without a sack this season. Facing the Broncos in Week 9 bodes well for Graham, though, since quarterback Trevor Siemian has been sacked on 9.2 percent of his dropbacks, ranking 32nd in the league.
Graham (shoulder) returned to Thursday's game against the Panthers in the fourth quarter.
Graham injured his shoulder early in the fourth quarter but was able to quickly reenter the contest after receiving some treatment on the sidelines. He appears to be good to go moving forward.
Graham suffered a shoulder injury Thursday against the Panthers and is questionable to return, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Graham injured his shoulder in the fourth quarter, leaving the Eagles even thinner on the defensive line than usual. As a result, veteran Chris Long will likely see an increase in snaps to end the night.
Graham recorded a sack in Sunday's win over the Cardinals to bring his season total to 3.5.
The 29-year-old also recorded four solo tackles. Graham was on the field for 40 defensive snaps (67.0 percent) and should continue seeing a similar workload as the season progresses. He should have a tough time adding to his sack total Thursday against Cam Newton and the Panthers.
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