Cox needed to go in for an X-ray after Sunday's loss to the Cowboys, Derrick Gunn of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Gunn believes the X-ray is on Cox's hand. Expect an update on the severity of the injury to come sometime before Philadelphia's Week 8 clash with the Bills.
Cox (illness) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Cox couldn't practice Wednesday, but he's now resumed operating in full capacity. Barring any setbacks, the 28-year-old is set for his usual start against the Cowboys on Sunday.
Cox was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice because of an illness.
Cox played 52 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss at Minnesota and it's unclear how long he's been battling the illness. The 28-year-old has missed only three games over his eight-year career, so the illness seems unlikely to impact his availability for Week 7.
Cox (toe) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Cox was limited in practice Wednesday and now appears back to full health. Barring any setbacks, the defensive tackle is set to play his usual starting role Sunday versus the Lions.
Cox (toe) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Cox was limited last week, but there was still little doubt he was going to play in Sunday night's game against the Falcons, and it looks like the defensive tackle could be in a similar spot this week. Look for Cox's status for the weekend to become clearer based on his participation in Thursday and Friday's practices.
Cox (toe) will play Sunday versus the Falcons, Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News reports.
Coach Doug Pederson already said he expected Cox to play, so Friday's injury report simply confirms it. The veteran defensive end posted two tackles in the season opener against the Redskins, and he'll look to capitalize on the pass rush Sunday versus Falcons QB Matt Ryan, who was dropped four times by the Vikings in Week 1.
Coach Doug Pederson expects Cox (toe) to be ready to play Sunday in Atlanta, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
The 28-year-old was a limited practice participant Wednesday and Thursday, but it apparently won't impact his availability for Week 2. Pederson indicated the toe injury is related to Cox's offseason foot surgery, though it's not a serious concern. The veteran defensive tackle could still end up on the final injury report, which will be released later Friday.
Cox (toe) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
It remains to be seen whether Cox's injury is a new issue or related to his offseason foot surgery. In any case, the veteran's availability will be key for Philadelphia's interior defensive line with Malik Jackson (foot) done for the year.
Cox (foot) wasn't listed Wednesday on the Eagles' Week 1 injury report.
Cox spent the bulk of the offseason rehabbing from foot surgery, and despite sitting out this preseason, he was a regular participant at practice. With a full session in his pocket to kick off Week 1 preparations, he's set to be his usual disruptive self on the interior of the Eagles' stacked defensive front.
Cox (foot) should be ready for Week 1 against Washington, Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com reports.
General manager Howie Roseman confirmed that the Eagles' decision to keep just four defensive tackles on the 53-man roster involves an implicit vote of confidence in Cox playing Week 1. The 28-year-old was held out of training camp and all four preseason games while recovering from offseason foot surgery. The Eagles can afford to limit his snap counts early in the season, considering they have two other defensive tackles -- Malik Jackson and Timmy Jernigan -- with impressive track records as interior pass rushers.
Cox remains absent from practice due to a foot injury, leaving his Week 1 status up in the air, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Cox said Aug. 13 that he would just need a week of practice to be ready for the season opener, as he wasn't expected to play in any preseason action. With the Sep. 8 opener against Washington fast approaching, however, the 28-year-old's status remains unclear. If Cox isn't ready for Week 1, Hassan Ridgeway or Tim Jernigan would likely be candidates to see action instead.
Cox (foot) is not expected to play in the preseason, but a return for the start of the regular season is still possible, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Cox doesn't appear to be concerned about his physical form for the regular season, saying he will need just a week of practice to be ready for the opener. The defensive tackle said he has remained on schedule with his rehab so far.
Cox (foot) was a limited participant in Monday's practice, Daniel Gallen of PennLive reports.
Cox underwent surgery on his right foot in early March after reportedly sustaining the injury in the Eagles' divisional-round playoff loss to the Saints. It's unclear how much longer the injury will keep the 28-year-old from practicing fully. Cox is coming off a monster 2018 in which he racked up 46 total tackles and a career-high 10.5 sacks over 16 games.
Cox (foot) said Monday that his goal is "to be ready for training camp," Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com reports.
Cox continues to rehab from offseason foot surgery and still appears on track for a July 24 training camp return after missing spring workouts. The veteran defensive tackle is coming off an impressive 2018 campaign in which he notched a career-high 10.5 sacks across 16 games.
Cox is still rehabbing from offseason foot surgery with the goal to be ready for training camp, Daniel Gallen of PennLive.com reports.
Cox injured his foot during a Jan. 13 playoff loss to the Saints and had surgery at some point thereafter. Although he wasn't using a walking boot Tuesday at team headquarters, there doesn't seem to be any expectation of active participation in the Eagles' offseason program. The 28-year-old defensive tackle is entering the third season of a six-year, $102.6 million extension, coming off a 2018 campaign with career highs in sacks (10.5), quarterback hits (34) and tackles for loss (12).
The Eagles announced Monday that Cox underwent right foot surgery but is expected to be ready for training camp, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Cox reportedly suffered the injury in the Eagles' divisional-round playoff loss at the hands of the Saints. The 28-year-old is currently in a boot but has been following protocol set by doctors, per McManus. The fact that the Mississippi State product should be ready for training camp is a positive sign, as he's coming off a dominant season with 46 tackles (33 solo) and 10 sacks.
Cox will not play in the Pro Bowl due to a foot injury, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Cox injured his foot in Sunday's NFC divisional-round loss to the Saints. It is unclear how serious the injury actually is, as he would likely only play in the exhibition contest if he was at full health. The defensive end posted a career-high 12 sacks this season. He will be replaced in the game by DeForest Buckner.
Cox had three tackles (one solo) and 1.5 sacks in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Cox entered last week with a five-game stretch without a sack but has 2.5 sacks in the last two games. The 28-year-old hasn't exceeded three total tackles in a game since Week 6, making him difficult to trust as an IDP option.
Cox had three solo tackles and a sack in Monday's 28-13 win over the Redskins.
Cox was able to end a five-game sack drought Monday as he was able to bring down Mark Sanchez in what was essentially garbage time. The 27-year-old has 35 tackles (26 solo) and five sacks this season.
Cox had six tackles (three solo) and a sack in Thursday's 34-13 win over the Giants.
Cox found the quarterback for the first time since Week 3 to bring his season sack total to four. The 27-year-old combined for three tackles over the last two games, but he remains on pace for a career season.
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