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Zach Ertz, Robert Woods officially inactive

The Eagles made it official: They will play without tight end Zach Ertz against the Rams. Ertz was diagnosed with a concussion last week in the loss to the Seahawks. Trey Burton and Brent Celek are expected to receive more snaps in Ertz’s absence. Linebacker Joe Walker (neck) will miss his second consecutive game. Najee [more]
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