Agholor is recovering from an unspecified lower body injury and should be ready for Week 1, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
While he didn't divulge specifics, Eagles coach Doug Pederson at least provided support for the notion that Agholor's injury isn't too serious. The 25-year-old missed a fifth consecutive practice Tuesday and can safely be ruled out for Thursday's preseason game against the Patriots. Agholor could be awfully busy early in the season if he returns to health before teammate Alshon Jeffery (shoulder), who has yet to practice since having rotator cuff surgery Feb. 21.
Agholor (undisclosed) isn't practicing Tuesday, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Agholor didn't play in the Eagles' preseason opener and hasn't practiced since. He did at least get some work in with the team's training staff prior to Tuesday's practice, perhaps hinting that he's close to a return. It's safe to assume the 25-year-old wide receiver won't play in Thursday's preseason game against the Patriots.
Agholor (undisclosed) isn't practicing Sunday, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Agholor hasn't practiced since Monday and was held out of Thursday's preseason opener. With nothing to prove in terms of his role in the Philadelphia offense, there won't be any cause for concern unless Agholor is also held out for the second and third weeks of the preseason.
A 2015 first-round selection, Agholor disappointed in his first two seasons as a pro, compiling 59 catches for 648 yards (11.0 per) and three touchdowns. During the Eagles' run to the Super Bowl, though, he surpassed all of those totals with a 62-768-8 line on 95 targets, good for 8.1 YPT. Agholor may take on even more of the receiving burden in the upcoming campaign if Alshon Jeffery kicks it off at less than full strength following shoulder surgery in February. However, Agholor still must compete for looks with tight end Zach Ertz, free-agent pickup Mike Wallace and a cadre of running backs, so his production may remain stable from last season to this one.
The third-year receiver admirably fought through the flu bug that plagued him leading up to Sunday's game, one that had even required a hospital visit for IV treatment Saturday. The 24-year-old's reception total was a team high, as were the number of targets he saw. After a lackluster first two seasons, Agholor showed tremendous improvement in his third campaign, notching career highs in receptions (62), targets (95), receiving yards (768) and touchdowns (eight). He'll head into his 2018 contract season on a high note and undoubtedly looking to build on his solid 2017 numbers.
|P3||8/23/18||@ CLE||8:00 pm|
|2||9/16/18||@ TB||1:00 pm|
|4||9/30/18||@ TEN||1:00 pm|
|6||10/11/18||@ NYG||8:20 pm|
|8||10/28/18||@ JAC||9:30 am|
|Bye: Week 9|
|11||11/18/18||@ NO||1:00 pm|
|14||12/9/18||@ DAL||4:25 pm|
|15||12/16/18||@ LAR||8:20 pm|
|17||12/30/18||@ WAS||1:00 pm|
|Year||Team||G||Fum||Lost||Fum Forced||Own Rec||Opp Rec||Yds||Tot Rec||TD|