OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
3 hours ago

McKelvin (hamstring) is expected to return in Week 5 against the Lions, according to Eagles coach Doug Pederson.

EDGE Analysis

McKelvin has missed Philadelphia's past two games due to a hamstring injury picked up in the team's season-opener, but should be back in action following the Eagles' Week 4 bye. If that indeed transpires, McKelvin would figure to reclaim his top cornerback position, which would represent an added boost to coordinator Jim Schwartz's current fourth-ranked total defense.

OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
3 days ago

McKelvin (hamstring) will not play in the Eagles Week 3 matchup with Pittsburgh.

EDGE Analysis

McKelvin sat out the Eagles Week 2 win over Chicago due to his hamstring injury and was unable to practice during the week, making his absence for a second straight game unsurprising. Look for Ron Brooks and Jalen Mills to see some extra snaps as long as McKelvin remains out.

OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
5 days ago

McKelvin (hamstring) was not a participant at the Eagles' practice Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

McKelvin remains day-to-day after missing Monday's win over the Bears due to the hamstring issue. He could return to practice later in the week, but likely with limited participation as he hopes to be on the field Sunday against the Steelers.

OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
6 days ago

McKelvin (hamstring) is day-to-day according to head coach Doug Pederson, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

EDGE Analysis

McKelvin is in jeopardy of missing another week after suffering a hamstring strain in Week 1's win over the Browns. His status has improved from week-to-week to day-to-day, so it's possible he takes the practice field later in the week.

OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
1 week ago

McKelvin (hamstring) has been ruled out for the Eagles' Week 2 matchup with the Bears on Monday night.

EDGE Analysis

McKelvin suffered a hamstring strain in the season opener and did not participate in practice this week. He should be considered week-to-week until further notice, but could return as soon as Week 3. Rookie Jalen Mills projects to take his place in the starting lineup, and Ron Brooks could see extended run as well.

OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
2 weeks ago

McKelvin (hamstring) did not practice on Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

McKelvin is considered week-to-week after he suffered a strained hamstring in Week 1's win over the Browns. His absence from the field on Thursday is not a reassuring sign that he'll be cleared to play for Monday's tilt in Chicago, but look for more updates to come this weekend. If he is ruled out of the game, expect rookie Jalen Mills to play in his absence.

OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
2 weeks ago

McKelvin is considered week-to-week due to a hamstring strain suffered in Sunday's win over the Browns.

EDGE Analysis

McKelvin's injury potentially leaves Philadelphia's secondary rather vulnerable going forward, as only three other cornerbacks are included on the Eagles' current 53-man roster. If McKelvin's hamstring forces him to miss any time, rookie Jalen Mills will likely see more playing time opposite Nolan Carroll, which would be a situation to keep an eye on in next Monday night's game against the Bears.

OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
2 weeks ago

McKelvin (hamstring) is questionable to return.

EDGE Analysis

The specifics of the injury are vague at this point in time. Unless he returns to the game, Jalen Mills will likely continue to assume McKelvin's position at outside corner.

OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
4 months ago

McKelvin has been the most impressive Eagles cornerback throughout OTAs according to coach Doug Pederson, Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

EDGE Analysis

McKelvin is a new addition to the Eagles' secondary after being released by the Bills in early-March, but it looks like the move could be beneficial in terms of McKelvin's IDP value as he's proven this offseason to possibly enter Week 1 as the team's top cornerback. Eric Rowe, a 2015 second-round pick, could also quickly develop into a solid candidate to start on the outside as well.

OUTLeodis McKelvin
DB PHI (4)
7 months ago

McKelvin agreed to a two-year contract with the Eagles, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.

EDGE Analysis

The 11th overall selection in the 2008 NFL Draft, McKelvin was a bit of a late bloomer at cornerback, but he mostly played well when he was healthy the past few seasons. The Bills are set with Ronald Darby and Stephen Gilmore as their corner duo of the future, whereas the Eagles have far less certainty at the position. McKelvin turns 31 in September and will likely compete for a starting job. He's also a capable return man and possibly even a candidate to play safety.