Eagles’ RB Miles Sanders ruled out of matchup at Washington with a broken hand

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Head Coach Nick Sirianni confirmed that Miles Sanders would miss time, the day after the Eagles beat the Giants, 34-10.

Philadelphia’s explosive running back suffered a broken hand in the second quarter of Sunday’s win. Sanders has now been ruled out for this Sunday’s game against Washington, but the team won’t put him on injured reserve.

Sanders is sitting at just under 800-yards rushing on the season and could be out until the playoffs.

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