Here's why Eagles' Jordan Matthews could play major role on offense during his return vs. Patriots

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Here's why Eagles' Jordan Matthews could play major role on offense during his return vs. Patriots
Here's why Eagles' Jordan Matthews could play major role on offense during his return vs. Patriots

PHILADELPHIA — Carson Wentz may need to rely on Jordan Matthews more than most initially expected when the wide receiver signed up for his third stint with the Eagles on Monday. Starting wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (ankle) was ruled out for the Week 11 matchup against the New England Patriots on Friday. Jeffery's absence from Sunday's game could make Matthews the top wide receiver option in the Eagles' offense. “It hasn't been that long since he's been here, so his familiarity with the offense was good, his recall was good, his energy was good,” Eagles coach Doug Pederson said about Matthews' practice performance on Friday. “He spent some time with Carson this week, so I would expect him to

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