PHILADELPHIA — Eagles managing back Miles Sanders is week-to-week with a lower-body personal injury, the staff introduced.
The early indicator is that the harm is not severe and that the group is trying to be smart and careful, with the priority of obtaining Sanders prepared for the time.
“He will be all set to engage in,” a supply claimed.
Sanders, 23, set team data for scrimmage yards (1,327) and hurrying yards (818) by a rookie though ending eighth in the NFL in all-goal yards (1,641) last season. He did all of that irrespective of commencing the year as the No. 2 driving Jordan Howard and actively playing 53% of the offensive snaps.
The Eagles are intending on Sanders staying their principal again this season.
“I am enthusiastic about Miles. I’m energized about him managing the whole load. I don’t see Miles as a dude that you have to watch his touches,” assistant head mentor/operating backs coach Duce Staley reported. “You place him in and you let him go.”
The Eagles showed curiosity in Carlos Hyde (Seattle), LeSean McCoy (Tampa Bay) and Devonta Freeman (totally free agent) this offseason, but have been unwilling to pay back substantially more than the veterans least to day. They could nonetheless increase a vet at some place, and there will continue to be a rotation of some type, but it’s heading to be mostly Sanders’ exhibit.