Report: Eagles WR Jalen Reagor expected to play against the Cowboys on Sunday night

Glenn Erby
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Despite not formally activating him off the injured reserve list, Geoff Mosher is reporting that the Philadelphia Eagles will have stud rookie wide receiver, Jalen Reagor, available for Sunday night’s huge matchup against the Dallas Cowboys.

Reagor and Dallas Goedert have returned to practice after having their 21-day practice windows opened and the rookie wideout seems to be closer to actual game action.

Reagor was injured in Week 2 and has five catches for 96 yards this season, including a 55-yard reception in Week 1. On Sunday he could get the chance to take the field along with the No. 17 overall pick and a player he’ll be compared to for years to come in CeeDee Lamb.

Reagor’s addition, coupled with the stellar play of Travis Fulgham and consistency of Greg Ward, could give the Eagles a special trio of pass catchers for the stretch run.

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