Wednesday update: Goedert has been placed on I.R., per Ian Rapoport. Goedert will be out at least four games. Some good news is that Tyree Jackson was activated from the PUP list. He should get a shot at work during Goedert’s absence.
Tuesday update: Goedert is expected to miss extended time with a shoulder injury he suffered in Week 10 against the Commanders. It isn’t a season-ending injury for the star tight end but it will likely cost him a game or two. Jack Stoll is listed as the backup tight end on the depth chart but the more likely outcome here is more targets for A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
#Eagles TE Dallas Goedert will miss extended time with a shoulder injury suffered in the win over the #Commanders last night, sources tell me and @TomPelissero. Not a season-ender though. Injury added to insult on the play with the missed facemask that put him in harm’s way. pic.twitter.com/ndOPCiwKD2— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) November 15, 2022
Update: Goedert is back on the field. The Commanders lead 26-21 with 7:30 left in the game.
Update: Goedert is out of the tent and back on the bench with his helmet, per Tim McManus. It looks like he will return.
The Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert just suffered an injury after getting pulled down by his facemask, which forced him to fumble the ball. The facemask wasn’t called and the Commanders got the ball back and Goedert is hurt.
Goedert had three receptions for 23 yards and a touchdown before leaving.