Curry recorded two tackles and a sack in Sunday's 51-23 win over the Broncos.
Two of Curry's three sacks on the year have come in his last two contests. He has also recorded multiple tackles in five consecutive games. He will aim to stay hot coming out of the bye against Dallas in Week 11.
Curry recorded five tackles, all solo, and one sack in Sunday's win over the 49ers.
Curry is averaging four tackles per game so far this season and he is now up to two sacks on the year. He will look to carry that momentum into Sunday's showdown with the Broncos.
Curry is absent from Tuesday's practice due to an illness, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
After opening up OTAs last week with first-team reps at right defensive end, Curry is not with the team to start this week's workouts. The illness, however, is likely not severe, and the defensive should return to work with the team in the coming days. The six-year NFL veteran is coming off a 2016 campaign where he battled a knee injury but still managed to post a career-high 26 tackles.
Curry got first-team reps at right defensive end this week in practice, Jeff McLane of philly.com reports.
The six-year veteran is also lining up on the inside on passing downs. Given that he has experienced greater success against interior linemen in his career so far, and also recently revealed that he battled a knee injury last season, according to Andrew Kulp of CSN Philly, it seems fair to expect a rebound from the 28-year-old in 2017. While he mostly disappointed with only 2.5 sacks last year after signing a $47 million dollar deal the previous offseason, he did set a career high with 26 tackles. He will have to produce better numbers in order to fend off No. 14 overall pick Derek Barnett and free-agent addition Chris Long, however.
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