Jeffery hasn’t played since suffering a foot sprain on December 9th, which eventually required surgery. The Eagles did not place Jeffery on the PUP and elected to activate him on the roster. If he was placed on the PUP, the 30-year-old would have missed the first six games of the season. “But everything points to Jeffery being ready to return to action within the next few weeks, and that should provide a big lift to an Eagles wide receiving corps that just lost promising rookie Jalen Reagor until November and hasn’t gotten a catch yet from last year’s second-round pick J.J. Arcega-Whiteside or this year’s fifth-round pick John Hightower,” Frank added. Jeffery is expected to return at some point of the season, but fantasy owners will have a better idea on his return once the veteran wideout practices.