Jeffery hauled in 10 of 12 targets for 76 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' 38-20 loss to the Vikings on Sunday.
Jeffery paced the Eagles in receptions with a season high in catches, even as the majority came within close proximity of the line of scrimmage. The 29-year-old wideout atypically has generated a single-digit YPC figure in three of the four games he's suited up for, but he's also found the end zone on three occasions over that span as well, including on a three-yard score early in the third quarter Sunday. Jeffery will look to follow up with another strong performance in a key divisional battle against the Cowboys in Week 7.
Jeffery caught six of eight targets for 52 yards in Sunday's 31-6 win over the Jets.
Jeffery edged out Zach Ertz by one catch and one target for the team lead in both categories, but the tight end had five more yards and scored the team's only receiving touchdown of the day. This was a disappointing result for Jeffery considering wide receivers had previously thrived against New York, and he'll face a considerably greater challenge against the stingy Vikings secondary Week 6.
Jeffery secured three of nine targets for 38 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' 34-27 win over the Packers on Thursday.
Jeffery led the Eagles in targets in his return from a one-game absence due to a calf injury, and he scored his second touchdown of the season on a six-yard pass in the second quarter to start the comeback from an early 10-0 deficit. The veteran wideout has seen a solid 16 targets through the two games he's suited up for, and even though he currently has just a 50.0 percent catch rate, that's bound to normalize over the course of the campaign. Jeffery will look to up his overall numbers versus the Jets in a Week 5 matchup a week from Sunday.
Jeffery (calf) isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report and will suit up Week 4 versus the Packers.
For the second straight day, Jeffery was a full participant on the Eagles' estimated practice report, clearing the way for him to return from a one-week absence. His presence on the field will provide a much-needed boost to Philadelphia's receiving corps as the Eagles prepare to face off against a stingy Green Bay secondary.
Coach Doug Pederson confirmed Wednesday that Jeffery (calf) is expected to play Thursday in Green Bay, Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com reports.
Jeffery wasn't willing to commit to playing this week when he talked to the media Tuesday, though his listing as a full practice participant on Philadelphia's estimated report gave a strong hint he'd be good to go. It remains to be seen if he'll carry a designation into the contest, but clarity on that front should come when the Eagles release their final injury report later Wednesday.
Jeffery (calf) was a full participant in Tuesday's walkthrough practice, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
According to Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia, Jeffery was unwilling to commit to playing Thursday in Green Bay, but the Eagles' decision to list him as a full participant implies that the team expects to have him available in Week 4. Even if Jeffery's calf is still bothering him a bit by the time Thursday arrives, his presence on the field would provide some much-needed aid to the Eagles' banged-up pass-catching corps.
Jeffery (calf) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's practice estimation.
Head coach Doug Pederson said Monday that he's hopeful Jeffery will suit up for Thursday's game against the Packers. Monday's limited status is an upgrade considering the 29-year-old didn't practice at all last week. Jeffery's activity over the next few days will certainly be worth monitoring.
Coach Doug Pederson is hopeful Jeffery (calf) can return for Thursday's game against the Packers, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
Held out of practice all last week, Jeffery was listed as questionable for Sunday's loss to the Lions, ultimately landing on the inactive list. A short week hurts his chances to avoid a second absence, but the Eagles nonetheless believe he can make it back. DeSean Jackson, on the other hand, seems to be on track for another missed game while he recovers from an abdominal injury.
Jeffery (calf) is listed as inactive Sunday against the Lions.
Despite being held out of practice all week, Jeffery was handed a questionable tag for this contest. In the end, though, his DNP was forecast by Adam Schefter, who reported Sunday morning that Jeffery was "unlikely to play." With Jeffery and DeSean Jackson (abdomen) sidelined, the Eagles will rely on Nelson Agholor to lead the wideout group ahead of J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Mack Hollins and Greg Ward.
Jeffery (calf) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions but is unlikely to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Jeffery failed to practice this week, so it's not a surprise that he's trending toward sitting out Sunday. Still, the Eagles are holding out some hope that he might be be able to suit up ahead of the 1 p.m. EDT kickoff. Fellow wideout DeSean Jackson (abdomen) has already been ruled out, so the team's depth at the position could be taxed Week 3. Next up for the team's wide receiver targets -- with Jackson unavailable and Jeffery trending toward an inactive status -- are Nelson Agholor, Mack Hollins and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside.
Jeffery (calf) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Jeffery did not practice this week, but the Eagles are holding out hope that he might be be able to suit up for Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. Fellow wideout DeSean Jackson (abdomen) has already been ruled out, so the team's depth at the position could be taxed Week 3. Next up for the team's wide receiver targets -- with Jackson unavailable and Jeffery shaping up as a game-day call -- are Nelson Agholor, Mack Hollins and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside.
According to head coach Doug Pederson, Jeffery (calf) still has a chance to play Sunday against the Lions, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Jeffery missed the Eagles' first two practice sessions of the week, but Pederson is holding out hope he will still be able to suit up Sunday. Some level of participation in Friday's practice would bode well for Jeffery's chances; but one way or another, expect another update on Jeffery's status after Friday's practice comes to a close.
Jeffery (calf) didn't participate in Thursday's practice.
Both Jeffery and fellow receiver DeSean Jackson (abdomen) were listed as non-participants in the Eagles' first two practices of Week 3, putting both in peril of missing Sunday's showdown with the Lions. Considering the Eagles are facing a quick turnaround for Week 4 with a Thursday night game against the Packers, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network -- citing conversations he's had with sources familiar with both receivers' situations -- reports that it would be "a really good outcome" if Jeffery and Jackson were back in action Week 5 against the Jets. More information on Jeffery's status for at least the Eagles' upcoming game will be gleaned from his involvement (or lack thereof) in Friday's practice.
Jeffery (calf) was held out of Wednesday's walkthrough.
Although coach Doug Pederson considers Jeffery day-to-day due to his calf injury, Jeffery stuck to rehab versus on-field work in the first Week 3 session. Jeffery was joined by fellow skill-position mates DeSean Jackson (abdomen), Dallas Goedert (calf) and Corey Clement (shoulder). With the Eagles dealing with so many health concerns at the moment, the team could throw caution to the wind if Jeffery makes enough progress in advance of Sunday's game against the Lions. That said, he likely will need to make an appearance in practice Thursday or Friday to do so.
Coach Doug Pederson labeled Jeffery (calf) as day-to-day when he met with the media Wednesday, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Take the label with a grain of salt, considering Pederson said the same thing about DeSean Jackson (abdomen), Dallas Goedert (calf) and Corey Clement (shoulder), with only Timmy Jernigan's broken foot acknowledged as a more serious injury. Early reports suggest Jackson and Clement are unlikely to play in Sunday's game against Detroit, while Jeffery and Goedert might be closer to questionable. Jeffery strained his calf in Sunday's 24-20 loss to Atlanta, and he's now in danger of missing multiple games with the Eagles facing the Packers on Thursday in Week 4.
Jeffery, who exited Sunday night's loss to the Falcons with a calf injury, could miss up to two games, in part due to the Eagles playing their Week 3 and 4 contests over the next 10 days, Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com reports.
The veteran receiver would likely be hard-pressed to be ready for the Week 3 tilt against the Lions as is, and the Thursday night, Sept. 26 matchup against the Packers presents quite the challenge as well due to the quick turnaround. The Eagles' receiver corps is further depleted by the uncertain status of DeSean Jackson (quadriceps), so Rosenblatt also speculates that an addition such as free agent Jordan Matthews or preseason stalwart and current practice squad member Greg Ward could be called on as reinforcements this week.
The injury that Jeffery suffered Sunday night against the Falcons is being characterized as a calf strain, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Per the report, it's not major a major issue, but with three games in 12 days on tap -- also, Sunday against the Lions and next Thursday against the Packers -- Rapoport suggests that the wideout's status for those tilts is in "some doubt." With DeSean Jackson dealing with a groin injury, Nelson Agholor, Mack Hollins and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside currently profile as the Eagles' top healthy wideout options.
Jeffery (calf) exited Sunday's contest early with a calf injury, and did not return.
It was a terrible night of injuries for the Eagles, who lost several key contributors early on. Jeffery -- unlike fellow wideout DeSean Jackson (groin) -- did not have his status updated after the game (ESPN's Tim McManus), so an MRI may be on tap for the Eagles' top wideout. For now, Nelson Agholor (eight catches, 107 yards and a touchdown) is the healthiest wide receiver heading into Sunday's matchup with the Lions.
Jeffery is dealing with a calf injury, and his return is questionable, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.
Jeffery has not been targeted in Sunday's game against Atlanta. With DeSean Jackson (groin) also questionable to return, the Eagles are down to only three healthy and available wide receivers and missing their top two.
Jeffery was spotted on the sideline without a helmet in Sunday's matchup with the Falcons, suggesting that he's dealing with an injury, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
It's not clear what's bothering Jeffery, but his return should be considered questionable at this time.
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