Miles Sanders is expected to play Sunday. After the poor performances by Boston Scott and Corey Clement in Sanders' place, the Eagles want to at least kick the tires on a proven running back. This could be big news for Sanders drafters, or no news.
Eagles RB Miles Sanders told reporters Friday that ""I feel 100 percent. I'm ready to go."
The Eagles need their top running back after a brutal offensive showing last week. The only problem is that he gets to see Aaron Donald and the Rams' front seven. Sanders will be an low-end RB1/high-end RB2 coming off of his hamstring injury.
According to Ian Rapoport on Twitter, Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders logged his second consecutive full practice session on Thursday.
Consecutive full practices, means, barring a setback, that Miles Sanders will be able to make his 2020 debut in Week 2. The Eagles offense struggled in Week 1, but that could have had as much to do with the ferocious defensive front of Washington as it did with having zero threats in the backfield. Sanders practicing in full also means that he should be ready for a full complement of snaps this weekend. Sanders is our 22nd ranked running back for Week 2.