Mike Wallace (ankle) will not play on Sunday versus the Bears.
The 32-year-old was removed from injured reserve last month but still hasn't appeared in a game. Wallace is extremely unlikely to make an impact this post-season.
Mike Wallace has been ruled out Week 17 due to his ankle injury.
Wallace was activated from IR, but he won't be able to play Week 17 against Washington. He could return during the playoffs, but the Eagles will have to get there first.
The Eagles have said that they hope to have WR Mike Wallace back during the 2018 season.
Wallace suffered a broken leg earlier this season which landed him on IR. If he could return this year, it would likely be more impactful for the Eagles than fantasy owners.
Eagles wide receiver Mike Wallace was placed on injured reserve with a fractured fibula on Tuesday. To take Wallace's place on the roster, the team also signed free agent wide receiver Jordan Matthews.
Wallace suffered a fractured fibula and is out indefinitely. While a team can bring back two players from injured reserve later in the season, the Eagles now have Wallace, wide receiver Mack Hollins, and tight end Richard Rogers all on IR, which means one of those two will not be eligible to return this season. At the very least, Wallace will be out until Week 8, and it is likely he will be out longer than that. There will likely be an update on his status regarding the rest of the season in the coming weeks.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Eagles WR Mike Wallace (leg) will miss extended time with a fractured fibula.
While we know that Wallace broke his leg, we are not yet sure how long he will be sidelined. Per Rapoport, Wallace will undergo further testing to not only see the extent of the injury but to also determine how much time he will indeed miss. A shorthanded Eagles wide receiver unit until Alshon Jeffery returns headed by Nelson Agholor, Shelton Gibson, Kamar Aiken, DeAndre Carter and practice squad player Braxton Miller, the Eagles will likely have to look to the street to add value and depth. It wouldn't surprise me if they were in the Josh Gordon sweepstakes as well.