It has gone that way of late for Wentz, who continues to fight accuracy issues -- his 23.4% off-target rate is the second highest in the league behind only Mitchell Trubisky, per ESPN Stats & Information research -- but has rediscovered his penchant for big plays and late-game heroics and has the Eagles (2-4-1) trending upward in turn.
Opening this window merely allows the team to see how the players handle practice before officially using roster spots on them. Still, this is a positive development that indicates the Eagles are getting healthier. It’s not perfectly clear if any or all of these players will be able to play in this week’s game against the Dallas Cowboys but there could be a shot.
The Philadelphia Eagles don’t play the Cleveland Browns until Week 11 but it’s worth taking a peek ahead with the big news that Odell Beckham Jr. is now out for the season due to an ACL injury. OBJ was always a problem for the Eagles to deal with in the past. He logged 61 receptions for 732 yards and six touchdowns against Philly as a member of the New York Giants.