The veteran tight end suffered the injury in third quarter of the game on Sunday after being wrestled awkwardly to the ground down the sideline. He was having a decently productive game to that point, reeling in three of his four targets for 50 yards receiving on the day. Goedert’s had an up and down season with two finishes inside the weekly top-5 and the rest of them outside the top-12, and he was operating as the team’s No. 3 target behind A.J. Brown and Devonta Smith. Early indications are that Goedert will require four weeks to make a recovery from the injury, but with the Eagles on bye in Week 10, he could realistically avoid a trip to IR if he’s able to stay on schedule with the timeline that has been provided. Regardless, fantasy managers will have a hole to fill on their roster with Goedert expected to miss an extended period of time, but the Eagles tight end’s production shouldn’t be affected long term by the injury.
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