Eagles LT Jordan Mailata set for MRI after suffering shoulder injury in win over Jaguars




 

The Eagles could be without Jordan Mailata going forward as their star left tackle confirmed that he'd have a Monday morning MRI on his injured shoulder.

Mailata exited Philadelphia's 29-21 win over the Jaguars early in the first quarter after attempting to make a tackle on Andre Cisco after he intercepted quarterback Jalen Hurts and returned it for a touchdown putting Jacksonville up 14-0.

Andre Dillard is nearing his return from a forearm fracture, and Jack Driscoll would start at left tackle if Mailata can't travel to Arizona to face the Cardinals.

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