Goedert caught five of his eight targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 38-20 loss to the Vikings.
Goedert finished third on the team in targets and receiving yards. He made two catches on the Eagles' first touchdown drive of the day and was the intended target on both of the team's interceptions in the contest, including Jake Elliott's fake field-goal attempt at the end of the first half. The 24-year-old tight end more than doubled his receiving yards on the year with the effort and will look to sustain a greater role in the offense Week 7 at Dallas.
Goedert caught one of three targets for 11 yards during Sunday's 31-6 win over the Jets.
Goedert got in on the action late in the first quarter with an 11-yard reception. He had a second short reception called back due to penalty but was not targeted after Philadelphia's first drive of the second half. The former second-round pick had been dealing with a calf issue since training camp and has yet to find a groove with just one score on the season. He also has yet to reach 20 yards in a game. Minnesota's sixth-ranked pass defense will provide a tough hurdle for him to clear.
Goedert brought in two of three targets for 16 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' 34-27 win over the Packers on Thursday.
Goedert corralled a three-yard scoring toss with 2:45 left in the second quarter to erase a 13-7 deficit. The second-year tight end has recently been affected by a calf injury, but he battled through across two games in five days and will now have a chance at an extended layoff ahead of a Week 5 interconference battle against the Jets.
Goedert played just nine snaps in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Lions.
Goedert returned in an ever-so-limited capacity after missing the week prior with a calf injury. He saw just one target in the affair. Assuming he makes it through the week without setbacks, the 24-year-old will hopefully see the field more Thursday at Green Bay.
Goedert (calf) is active for Sunday's game against the Lions.
After putting in a pregame workout, Goedert has been deemed ready to return from a one-game absence. It'll be interesting to see what kind of workload he'll be able to handle on his recovering left calf, but in the end, the presence of No. 1 tight end Zach Ertz hinders Goedert's potential to produce.
Goedert (calf) ran routes and caught passes during a workout ahead of Sunday's game against the Lions, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Goedert's status for Week is contingent on his ability to get through the activity unscathed, but McManus noted that the tight end is wearing a sleeve on his left calf and doesn't "look 100 percent." The Eagles will make a final decision on Goedert's availability about 90 minutes before Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
Goedert (calf) looked surprisingly better at Saturday's practice and is now considered a pregame decision for Sunday's game against the Lions, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Goedert is listed as questionable on the official injury report for Sunday's game. Even if he does play, Goedert's fantasy value remains modest, so long as Zach Ertz (who has been targeted 23 times in two games to date) remains healthy and available.
Goedert (calf) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Goedert was able to log a limited practice Friday, but EJ Smith of the Philadelphia Inquirer relays via coach Doug Pederson that the tight end profiles as a game-day call for Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET tilt. In any case, Goedert's fantasy value remains modest, so long as Zach Ertz (who has been targeted 23 times in two games to date) remains healthy and available.
Goedert (calf) didn't take part in Thursday's practice.
Goedert was one of four skill-position players idle Thursday, with running back Corey Clement (shoulder) and receivers DeSean Jackson (abdomen) and Alshon Jeffery (calf) also sidelined. Coach Doug Pederson previously labeled Goedert day-to-day earlier in the week, but the back-to-back absences at practice don't offer much encouragement for the tight end's chances of suiting up Sunday against the Lions. Goedert will likely need to practice in some fashion Friday to keep hope alive for an appearance in Week 3.
Goedert (calf) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated injury report.
Deemed day-to-day by coach Doug Pederson earlier Wednesday, Goedert was a resident of the recovery room as opposed to being on the field with his teammates. Goedert has a pair of practices to prove his health before week's end, but the Eagles covered themselves in the event of a Week 3 absence with Tuesday's activation of Alex Ellis from the practice squad.
Coach Doug Pederson called Goedert (calf) day-to-day prior to Wednesday's practice, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Pederson said the same thing about all his injured players on offense -- DeSean Jackson (abdomen), Alshon Jeffery (calf) and Corey Clement (shoulder) -- even though other reports suggest Jackson and Clement will miss at least one or two games. Jeffery and Goedert might be closer to questionable for Sunday's matchup with Detroit, though it isn't a great sign for the latter that the Eagles already promoted fellow tight end Alex Ellis from the practice squad.
Goedert re-injured the calf that bothered him in August, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
Goedert made it back for Week 1 and wasn't on the Week 2 injury report, but he seems to have re-injured his calf during warmups for Sunday's game against the Falcons. With Alshon Jeffery (calf) and DeSean Jackson (groin) exiting in the first half, the Eagles were forced to use Zach Ertz, Nelson Agholor, JJ Arcega-Whiteside and Mack Hollins on practically every snap over the final three quarters of a 24-20 loss. The Eagles may need to sign another tight end -- and possibly a wide receiver or two -- before they face the Lions in Week 3.
Goedert's injury has been clarified as a calf injury, and he's officially listed as questionable for the rest of Sunday's matchup with the Falcons, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Goedert hasn't been able to enter the game as of this writing.
Goedert had to go to the locker room during warmups prior to Sunday's game against the Falcons, suggesting a possible injury, Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com reports.
If Goedert is unable to suit up, that would leave Zach Ertz as Philadelphia's only tight end in uniform for this Sunday Night Football matchup. Goedert was spotted on the sideline in uniform but without a helmet during pregame introductions, casting further doubt on his availability.
Goedert caught two of his three targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 32-27 win over Washington.
Although Goedert didn't make much of a statistical impact, he was on the field for 55 percent of the snaps, more than the Eagles' No. 4 receiver and just 11 fewer than DeSean Jackson. The trend will likely continue as the Eagles ran a lot of two-TE sets in the preseason to try and get the second-year pro on the field more often. Goedert will have bigger games, but they will be tough to predict, especially as long as Zach Ertz is healthy.
Goedert (calf) wasn't listed Wednesday on the Eagles' first injury report of Week 1.
Goedert made just one appearance during the preseason due to a tight hamstring, but the second-year tight end was always confident in his ability to be available for the season opener. With a full practice under his belt, he'll serve as the No. 2 option to starter Zach Ertz on Sunday against the Redskins.
Goedert (calf) should be ready for Week 1 against Washington, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.
Goedert is catching passes on the field during pregame warmups before Thursday's preseason finale against the Jets. He injured his calf in the exhibition opener, finishing with three catches for 50 yards on five targets in what ultimately will be his only August appearance. With Zach Ertz expected to maintain a three-down workload, the Eagles will use two-TE formations to get Goedert on the field, though it does involve the sacrifice of removing Nelson Agholor, DeSean Jackson (finger) or Alshon Jeffery.
Goedert, who is dealing with tightness in his calf, expects to be full-go by the time the regular season rolls around, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
He caught 33 passes for 334 yards and four TDs as a rookie last season and is clearly behind Zach Ertz (who caught 116 passes last year) in the Eagles' tight end pecking order. If Ertz suffers an injury of his own down the road, Goedert would merit immediate fantasy attention.
Goedert (calf) is labeled week-to-week, but Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger does not believe the tight end will play for the rest of the preseason.
Goedert didn't play in the team's opening preseason contest but the injury wasn't believed to be serious. In any case, the Eagles are likely just taking precautions with their second-year tight end considering the lack of news prior to Saturday's announcement.
Goedert caught three passes on five targets for 50 yards in Thursday's preseason loss to the Titans.
Were it not for a 75-yard TD grab by CFL import Marken Michel, Goedert would have led the Eagles in receiving yards on the night, and he did tie Josh Adams for the team lead in receptions. Goedert remains behind Zach Ertz on the depth chart at tight end, but the second-year player still seems poised for increased volume in the passing game.
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