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Jalen Hurts on his throwing shoulder: It’s a good thing there’s a bye week

The Eagles handled their business against the Giants in Week 18 and that was a good thing because Pro Bowl quarterback Jalen Hurts would probably be doubtful for a Wild Card matchup.

After earning the No. 1 overall seed, Hurts and the Eagles have the lone bye week in the NFC and that’s a very good thing for the third-year quarterback.

Hurts said that he’s “played injured before” when asked whether he’ll be back to 100 percent and his comments were similar to what head coach Nick Sirianni said on Monday.

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Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire