Every week, Bo Wulf and Zach Berman exchange emails about the latest news surrounding the Eagles.Berman: Bo,
After a one-week respite from discussing injuries to high-profile players and questionable coaching decisions, we’re back doing just that.
Let’s start with the injuries. The Eagles are awaiting a second opinion on Lane Johnson’s injured ankle. Johnson underwent tightrope surgery in August, which was supposed to fix his ailing ankle. When it remained a nuisance in recent weeks, he had 6 cubic centimeters of fluid drained from a cyst. Johnson hoped that would solve the problem. He left the field in a cart Sunday. It’s often not a good sign when a player needs a second opinion on an injury, so this is one to monitor.
Also, cornerback Darius Slay is in the league-mandated concussion protocol. He must recover and be cleared by an independent neurologist before he can return to play, and those timetables vary depending on…