Maddox made four solo tackles in Sunday's 17-9 loss to Seattle.
Maddox once again placed third among Eagles cornerbacks in snaps with 45. The 23-year-old has yet to record a sack or an interception in seven games this year, but he'll have a good chance for a big play Week 13 against the Dolphins.
Maddox made seven tackles (five solo) and broke up a pass in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Maddox played 63 of the Eagles' 74 defensive snaps Sunday after seeing just 26 in his return from a four-game absence due to injury. He's up to 24 tackles (17 solo) and six pass breakups in six games this season.
Coach Doug Pederson said Friday that Maddox will serve as Philadelphia's top slot cornerback, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Maddox resumed practicing without limitations this week, and he's now overtaken Sidney Jones on the Eagles' depth chart. The second-year pro sat out the last four contests due to head and neck injuries, but he's on track to suit up Week 9. Maddox is worth IDP consideration with a matchup against Chicago's struggling aerial attack on deck.
Maddox (neck) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.
Maddox missed the last four weeks of practice while nursing neck and head injuries suffered due to a helmet-to-helmet collision Week 4. Now that he's resumed practicing without limitations, the second-year pro has a shot to retake the field Sunday versus Chicago. Of course, with a Week 10 bye around the corner, the Eagles could also opt to hold Maddox out and target a return Nov. 17 versus New England.
Maddox (neck) will return to practice this week, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.
After sitting out the last four weeks of practice since suffering a brutal head and neck injury in Week 4 against the Packers, Maddox has cleared concussion protocol and will get back on the field at some point this week. It's likely Maddox is held to a limited capacity, as he's still dealing with a neck injury. Maddox has a chance to return for Sunday's game against the Bears, but it's more likely the Eagles allow him to rest during the team's Week 10 bye with hopes of getting back in the lineup the following game against the Patriots.
Maddox (concussion/neck) cleared the concussion protocol but won't play Sunday at Buffalo, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Maddox has been in the protocol since suffering the concussion Week 4 in Green Bay, with the neck issue also complicating his return to the field. The 23-year-old is expected to work with the scout team Friday, which is a good sign with respect to his progress. However, he'll still miss his fourth consecutive game Sunday against the Bills.
Maddox (concussion/neck) won't play in Sunday's game against the Bills, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.
Maddox will miss his fourth straight game after suffering an injury late in the Eagles' Week 4 win against the Packers. The Eagles just released Orlando Scandrick, so Craig James is in line for an increased role behind undisputed starters Ronald Darby and Jalen Mills.
Coach Doug Peterson said Monday that Maddox is still in concussion protocol and dealing with soreness, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Maddox was placed in concussion protocol following Week 4, and it's cause for serious concern that he still resides there and is feeling effects. The fact the he's still dealing with the injury casts serious doubt for his Week 8 availability. Look for the team's practice reports to shed more light on Maddox's recovery leading into their game against Buffalo on Sunday.
Maddox (concussion/neck) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Maddox was able to shed his neck brace this week but didn't participate at practice and will miss his third straight game. His progress in the concussion protocol remains unclear. Ronald Darby (hamstring) is questionable, while Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas should still see heavy workloads in the secondary.
Maddox (neck/concussion) is not practicing Thursday, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Maddox hasn't practiced in any capacity since suffering a concussion and a neck injury Week 4. He's on track to sit out Sunday's divisional tilt against the Cowboys, and a timetable for his return remains undisclosed.
Maddox (concussion/neck) was no longer wearing a neck brace Tuesday, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Maddox missed the last two games due to the concussion and neck problems, but he appears to be progressing toward a return. It remains unclear if the 23-year-old is still in the concussion protocol, but his status should be updated later in the week when the Eagles retake the practice field.
Maddox (concussion/neck) was ruled out for Sunday's game at Minnesota.
Maddox sustained the concussion and neck issues Week 4 at Green Bay and will miss his second consecutive game. With Ronald Darby (hamstring) still sidelined, Rasul Douglas and Sidney Jones (hamstring) should work as the starting cornerback in their place.
Maddox (concussion) was officially ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Maddox remains in the concussion protocol and was seen wearing a neck brace Wednesday, so his absence doesn't come as much of a surprise. It's unclear how long the 2018 fourth-round pick is expected to be sidelined. Rasul Douglas and Sidney Jones (hamstring) -- assuming the latter plays -- figure to work as the starting cornerbacks with Ronald Darby (hamstring) also sidelined.
Maddox is still in concussion protocol and is wearing a neck brace, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
This isn't surprising news since Maddox was already expected to miss a few games with a concussion and neck sprain. Maddox will need to clear concussion protocol and get his neck cleared for contact before he can return to the practice field. The Eagles signed veteran corner Orlando Scandrick to help in the secondary since Ronald Darby (ankle) is likely sitting out as well.
Maddox is expected to miss a few games due to a neck sprain suffered Week 4 versus the Packers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Maddox suffered the injury due to a collision with a teammate, and it's good news that he's emerged without an issue more severe than a neck sprain. The second-year pro will likely remain sidelined versus the Jets in Week 5, though it appears he'll have a chance of retaking the field soon after that. Orlando Scandrick and Sidney Jones (hamstring) could be in line for increased work as long as Maddox is unable to go.
Maddox suffered a neck injury and a concussion during Thursday's 34-27 win over the Packers.
Maddox exited Thursday's contest on a stretcher on the penultimate play of the game. The 23-year-old was immediately taken to a hospital for evaluation, but he was discharged in short order and returned with his teammates to Philadelphia that night. An official timetable for his return remains undisclosed, but based on early diagnosis, it appears as though Maddox has escaped without an injury that would jeopardize his career. The second-year pro will benefit from some extra recovery days before Week 5's tilt against the Jets.
Maddox (head/neck) was discharged from the hospital and returned with the team to Philadelphia on Thursday night, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Maddox left the field on a stretcher during the fourth quarter after taking a shot from teammate Andrew Sendejo, but he has all the feeling in his extremities and his initial diagnosis appears positive. The 23-year-old currently has no official timeline for his return as the Eagles have some extra days off heading into their Week 5 matchup with the Jets.
Maddox was carted off the field with an apparent head/neck injury Thursday against the Packers, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Maddox was the recipient of a vicious shot from his own teammate late in the fourth quarter Thursday. The 23-year-old spent a considerable amount of time on the ground before being carried off on a stretcher.
Maddox returned to Sunday's game versus the Eagles after dealing with cramps, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Maddox was initially deemed probable, so it's not surprising that he made a quick return. The Eagles will continue to deploy Maddox as a top corner for the remainder of the contest.
Maddox is suffering from cramps and is probable to return to Sunday's game against the Redskins, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
It's likely that Maddox will need time to replenish fluids before returning, but his absence shouldn't be too lengthy. As long as he's sidelined, Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas are both candidates to receive an increase in snaps.
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