2 Philadelphia Eagles Designated for Return

The Philadelphia Eagles are getting a boost, as C.J. Gardner-Johnson and Robert Quinn have been designated for return. 

This is huge news for the Eagles, as they are preparing for the playoffs and want to be as healthy as possible for them. As a result, getting two players back in Gardner-Johnson and Quinn for the final week of the season is exactly what the doctor ordered for the Eagles. 

Before his injury in Week 12, Garner-Johnson appeared in 11 contests for the Eagles, where he recorded six interceptions, 60 combined tackles, and a sack. Needless to say, he was having a very good season before his injury, and now he will be aiming to build off of it in his return to the lineup from here.

Quinn, on the other hand, played in 12 games between the Chicago Bears and Eagles before getting injured. During those appearances, he recorded 10 combined tackles to go along with 1.0 sacks. 

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