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The Philadelphia Eagles activated safety Will Parks from injured reserve on Saturday.
Parks signed a one-year deal with the Eagles this offseason and was slated to replace Malcolm Jenkins at safety while moving around to other positions in the secondary as needed. Parks missed the first five games with a hamstring injury and looks poised to give a boost to an Eagles defense that has struggled this season. He makes his return against the Ravens on Sunday.
Philadelphia Eagles S Will Parks will miss 4-6 weeks due to a hamstring injury.
Parks signed a one-year deal with the Eagles this offseason and was on track to replace former safety, Malcolm Jenkins. Parks was one of three safeties slotted to get a lot of playing time in the Eagles secondary, while also spending time at nickel DB and linebacker in certain coverage formations. The Eagles continue to be one of the most injury-riddled teams throughout the offseason.
Former Broncos S Will Parks has agreed to a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles.
A homecoming for the former 2016 sixth-round selection out of Arizona. Parks is from Philadelphia and went to Germantown HS. He’ll look to bolster up the Eagles secondary after playing four seasons with the Broncos. The Eagles are in need of safety help after losing Malcolm Jenkins in free agency to the Saints.