By Max Harper
The Eagles have activated tackle/guard Jack Driscoll and cornerback Josiah Scott from the Injured Reserve list to be eligible to play against the Chiefs Sunday.
Driscoll, a fourth-round pick of the Eagles in 2020, played in 11 games (four starts) and lined up for over a quarter of the offensive snaps as a rookie. The Eagles will be without three starting linemen as guards Brandon Brooks and Isaac Seumalo are on Injured Reserve and left tackle Jordan Mailata is out with a knee injury.
Scott was acquired in an offseason trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars, so Sunday could potentially be his Eagles debut. Scott was also a fourth-round pick in 2020, eight slots before Driscoll, and played six games in his rookie campaign, notching 11 tackles. Scott competed as a nickel cornerback throughout Training Camp.