Eagles’ Jalen Mills Set For Return

The Eagles have opened the 21-day practicing window for Jalen Mills, according to head coach Doug Pederson. This means that Mills may return to the 53-man roster off of the PUP list within the next three weeks. 

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Per league rules, the Eagles can put Mills on the active roster at any point between now and then. If he is not activated, he’ll be barred from playing for the rest of this season.

The Eagles haven’t seen Mills in a while – his last appearance came in Week 8 of the 2018 campaign. Since then, he’s been dealing with a serious foot injury. Before all of that, he notched 167 tackles and three interceptions across three seasons with Philly.

Depending on how things go from here, Mills could return this Sunday against the Cowboys, the following week against the Bills, or on Nov. 3 vs. the Bears.

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  1. fletch1367

    How many times does he bite on the double move for the rest of the season. I’ll go with 4

  2. crosseyedlemon

    Always like to see those guys drafted in the 7th round do well. Mills has provided decent coverage for the Eagles when healthy.

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