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Report: Eagles list Miles Sanders, Boston Scott on Wednesday camp injury report

The Eagles are without Miles Sanders and Boston Scott on Wednesday at training camp. We break down what it means for Corey Clement.

Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders runs the ball against the New York Giants in the first half at MetLife Stadium.  Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia Eagles put on pads this week for the first time in training camp, and they’re already short-handed at the running back position. The team announced before Wednesday’s walkthrough that running back Miles Sanders is week-to-week with a lower body injury and Boston Scott is day-to-day with his own lower body injury.

Corey Clement moves up to first string with Sanders and Scott sidelined. NFL Network reporter Mike Garafolo tweeted, “I don’t sense any great concern but he’ll miss some time as the team is making sure players stay as healthy as possible.”

Week 1 is a little over three weeks away, and with no preseason games or official injury designations, we’re left waiting and wondering. Sanders currently has an ADP in the top 20 overall and as RB12. Scott is deeper in the 13th round overall and RB50.

Week-to-week is a concerning designation, but if he turns into day-to-day in the next two weeks, that will offer some reassurance. If you’re drafting right now, it’s reasonable to be wary about drafting Sanders too high. If he slips into the third round, he could be worth a roll of the dice, but with uncertainty surrounding his injury status, it will come down to how much risk you can stomach.