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Safety Patrick Chung and rookie running back Damien Harris were ruled out Saturday before the team flew to Philadelphia. Both were listed as questionable on the Patriots’ injury report Friday, when Harris first popped up with a bad hamstring. Chung has been battling heel and chest injuries.
The veteran safety missed the team’s two practices that preceded Wednesday’s padded session. Chung has already missed two games this season and was limited to 27 defensive snaps in the Pats’ last outing, a 37-20 loss at Baltimore. His absence will affect the team’s ability to defend one of the Eagles’ top weapons.
Chung has traditionally been the point man for the Patriots’ defense of top-flight receiving tight ends, and two-time Pro Bowler Zach Ertz leads Philly in receptions and receiving yards this season. During the teams’ last meeting, the Eagles’ upset win in Super Bowl LII, Ertz caught seven passes for 67 yards and the game-winning touchdown. Philadelphia scored by isolating Ertz against safety Devin McCourty, who will likely shoulder some of the responsibility for covering him this weekend.
In addition to McCourty, the Pats will have Duron Harmon and Terrence Brooks available at safety. Another defensive back who could see time against Ertz is second-year cornerback J.C. Jackson.
Jackson defended Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce for most of the Patriots’ victory in last January’s AFC Championship Game. After locking Kelce down in the first half, Jackson surrendered a touchdown early in the second and ceded his man-to-man assignment to All-Pro Stephon Gilmore. Gilmore blanketed Kelce for the rest of the game and later noted the tight end’s lack of speed made him an easier cover.
At 6-foot-5 and roughly 255 pounds, Kelce and Ertz possess similar physical profiles.
Considering the Eagles’ No. 1 wide receiver, Alshon Jeffery, has been ruled out for Sunday, Gilmore’s usual assignment of shadowing an opponent’s top wideout figures to change. After Ertz and Jeffery, Philadelphia’s next leading receiver is Nelson Agholor, who through nine games has yet to surpass 35 total catches or 300 receiving yards.