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Perhaps the most unstoppable play in football is the Brotherly Shove. The Eagles, as they do every week, will look to Jalen Hurts for a rushing touchdown on that play in their 25-11 victory over the Buccaneers in Week 3. Hurts scored on the play in short-yardage and red zone scenarios.
Devin White, a linebacker for Tampa Bay, stated on Thursday that although not putting them in a position to run the play is the best way to stop it, he is certain that his team has an advantage on the inside with defensive tackle Vita Vea.

We knew they would be running it, so we assigned certain individuals for it, according to White. “You have an advantage with Vea; I could easily beat Kelce in a match.” Just keep them out of it, that’s all. I believe that the greatest approach to stop it is to prevent them from going third and controllable. Ultimately, though, we do have some measures in place to attempt to halt it. All we need is a stronger shove than they give us.

Eagles injury report: A.J. Brown misses practice, Jalen Hurts limited

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Thursday’s practice was the first this week before Monday night’s game, and all but two starters were in action as the Eagles got ready for their NFC wild-card game in Tampa against the Buccaneers.
Jalen Hurts, the quarterback for the Eagles, played in practice with a glove on his throwing hand despite suffering a dislocated finger in the team’s 27-10 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday. But A.J. Brown, who hurt his knee in the defeat, missed practice, while safety Reed Blankenship, who had to leave Sunday’s game due to a groin injury, remained on the sidelines dressed in sweatpants.

Practice saw participation from cornerback Darius Slay (arthroscopic knee surgery) and wide receiver DeVonta Smith, who was sidelined for Sunday’s game due to an ankle injury. Smith disclosed his intention to play against the Bucs to reporters during his availability in the locker room. After missing four games, Slay said on his podcast this week that he will be back.
Cam Jurgens, the starting right guard who was injured in the Giants game, practiced as well and is expected to play on Monday.

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