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Jalen Hurts isn’t in the lineup tonight for some reason. The Eagles have announced that their quarterback will not play against the Patriots.

On Thursday night, Jalen Hurts was set to make his second preseason start for the Eagles.
Instead, Philadelphia’s first-team offense was led by experienced backup Joe Flacco.
Fans of the Eagles were left with a lot of doubts as a result of this.
Does the Eagles’ coaching staff want to see Flacco work with the team following his strong preseason performance?
Is Hurts suffering from an injury?
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Is it a Patriots game?
Hurts would miss the game due to illness, according to the Eagles, who swiftly announced it on Twitter.
Due to an sickness, quarterback Jalen Hurts will not be playing tonight.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) August 19, 2021 Michael Garafolo of NFL Media confirmed minutes later that the illness was not caused by COVID-19.
Hurts is unlikely to be released for a long time as a result of this.
Without Hurts, the Eagles’ first drive was a disaster.
On the third play from scrimmage, backup center Nate Herbig fired a snap over Flacco’s head.
Flacco recovered the loose ball, but was subsequently strip-sacked by Matt Judon.
Jalen Mills, a Patriots safety, recovered Flacco’s fumble, giving New England possession at the Philadelphia 9 yard line.
Damien Harris completed the short drive with a 5-yard touchdown run two plays later.

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Jordan Love’s playing time with the Green Bay Packers will be affected by Aaron Rodgers’ new contract.

Jordan Love’s situation with the Green Bay Packers just became more complicated with the return of Aaron Rodgers for at least one more season.
Despite the fact that Love was a first-round pick in 2020, Rodgers is the undisputed starter, and he’ll have to remain on the bench for at least another year.
Love needed a year to adjust to the tempo of the professional game from the moment he declared himself eligible for the 2020 NFL Draft.
But, Love’s future in Green Bay is questionable at the moment, after Rodgers’ MVP season and his return to the team yesterday, as well as the fact that he now has control of his own destiny.
When will Jordan Love make his Packers debut?
The resumption of the preseason, which was canceled in 2020, will assist Love develop this season.
Starting quarterbacks rarely play in August, but given Rodgers’ caliber, the second-year QB will see plenty of action in the coming weeks.
Aaron Rodgers reacts to Jordan Love’s attempt to refer to himself as the Packers’ starting quarterback pic.twitter.com/PQKpObUt6j — Rich (@UptownDC_Rich) July 26, 2021 But predicting when Love will play in a game that matters is difficult.
Of course, garbage time or a week 17 game when/if Green Bay rests its starters for the playoffs are his best bets.
Yet, with Rodgers on the roster, there’s no chance the kid will be the starter.
Green Bay Packers Training Camp In the end, it might all be part of the Packers’ game plan.
Rodgers, after all, waited on the bench for three years before taking over for Brett Favre and becoming one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.
Green Bay may be hoping to do the same with Love: maintain him as a backup quarterback as long as Rodgers is still on the roster, and then give Love a chance to prove himself.
The Aaron Rodgers story came to an conclusion on Monday, July 26, when the quarterback stated that he would report to the Packers’ training camp after the front office made some concessions to nullify a year of his contract and give him authority over his future after this season.
According to insiders, once the new arrangement is approved, it will assist pave the way for Aaron Rodgers’ exit from Green Bay following this season.
Rodgers was seen heading into Lambeau Field today as he received physicals in preparation for practice tomorrow. https://t.co/NojVojcHjy — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 26, 2021 Rodgers was seen walking into Lambeau Field today as he underwent physicals in preparation for practice tomorrow.
On July 28, the Packers return to training camp for the first time since losing the NFC Championship Game in January, and their star quarterback will practice with the rest of the team for the first time.
He was unable to participate in offseason OTAs and the obligatory minicamp.
Prem Deshpande edited the piece.