The Eagles are activating TE Dallas Goedert (ankle) ahead of Sunday night's game against the Cowboys, according to multiple reports. Goedert reportedly surprised coaches in practice this week with how far along he is in his return from a Week 3 fracture in his ankle. It's tough to know just how much Goedert will play in his 1st game back, but we'd assume something near his usual role. Otherwise, it would seem to make more sense to keep him out through the Week 9 bye. Goedert's return dampens the outlook for TE Richard Rodgers, but there's room for both to produce amid a still-shallow pass-catcher depth chart.
Eagles TE Dallas Goedert (shoulder) is officially active for today’s game vs. the Cowboys. It’ll be his first action since going down in Week 10. Goedert has been practicing for a couple of weeks, though, and we’re expecting him to play his usual role today.
The Eagles have activated TE Dallas Goedert from IR, putting him on track to play Sunday against the Cowboys. He returned to practice last week after sitting out since a Week 10 shoulder injury but didn't make it onto the roster ahead of the win at Chicago. We have projected Goedert in starter range in our Week 16 fantasy football rankings. We're all still waiting to see, of course, whether Jalen Hurts (shoulder) or Gardner Minshew will be throwing him passes.
Eagles TE Dallas Goedert (shoulder) was not activated on Saturday afternoon and won't play vs. the Bears tomorrow. He returned to practice this week and should tentatively be expected to return for Week 16. WRs A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith should continue to dominate targets against Chicago.
"Expectations" are that Eagles TE Dallas Goedert (shoulder) will return for Sunday's game vs. the Bears, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane. "And if not, almost certainly Christmas Eve at the Cowboys," McLane adds. So it sounds like Goedert isn't quite a lock to make it back for Week 15 fantasy lineups. We'll keep you updated on his status throughout the week.
Eagles TE Dallas Goedert told reporters on Wednesday that his recovery from his shoulder injury is going well and that he hopes to be ready to return when first eligible in Week 15, according to NBC Philadelphia's Dave Zangaro. If you kept Goedert stashed over the past 2 weeks, keep stashing. And if he was dropped in your fantasy league, he might be worth grabbing now.
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