Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has still not been cleared to return, as announced by head coach Chip Kelly.
The Philadelphia Eagles have won games this year as indicated by their 9-5 record, but quarterback play has been somewhat of a problem.
Starter Nick Foles regressed severely from his incredible 2013 season, and he eventually suffered a broken collarbone injury that has kept him out for six weeks and counting.
Mark Sanchez has filled in as the Eagles’ starting quarterback, and he will continue to do so in Week 16 against the Washington Redskins.
Eagles head coach Chip Kelly announced that Foles has not been medically cleared yet, but his return is imminent and may happen as soon as the playoffs begin.
The official NFL on ESPN Twitter account released the latest update on Foles’ injury.
JUST IN: Eagles coach Chip Kelly says Nick Foles broken collarbone is not healed. He’s not cleared and it out this week at Washington.
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) December 15, 2014