Isaac Seumalo of the Philadelphia Eagles will have season-ending foot surgery.
The Philadelphia Eagles confirmed Tuesday that left guard Isaac Seumalo suffered a Lisfranc injury in Monday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, which will require season-ending surgery.
Seumalo is the Eagles’ latest offensive tackle to go down with a serious injury this season. In Monday’s 41-21 loss to the division foe Cowboys, Philadelphia was already without right guard Brandon Brooks (pectoral) and left tackle Jordan Mailata (medial collateral ligament sprain).
Seumalo, 27, was taken off the field in the second half after suffering a foot injury. He was replaced in the starting lineup by Nate Herbig.
The Eagles have cut practice squad TE Richard Rodgers and placed G Isaac Seumalo and S K’Von Wallace on Reserve/Injured.
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The Eagles also cut tight end Richard Rodgers from the practice squad and placed safety K’Von Wallace on injured reserve on Tuesday.
During Monday’s game against Dallas, Wallace tore his shoulder. Wallace was replaced by Marcus Epps.
The Eagles (1-2) will face the Kansas City Chiefs (1-2) at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on Sunday at 1 p.m. EDT.
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