Eagles TE Ertz returns to practice

The Eagles got some good news on Thursday, as tight end Zach Ertz - who was sidelined on Tuesday - returned to practice after clearing the NFL's concussion protocol.

Ertz exited Sunday's loss to Seattle in the third quarter and missed Wednesday's practice session. He tied a season-low with two receptions, failing to find the end zone for only the fifth time all season.

Ertz has 57 catches for 663 yards and seven touchdowns in 11 games this season.

Our models project Ertz for just 5.5 FanDuel points but expect those numbers to rise with the tight end looking likely to play on Sunday.

The Eagles have one of the most passionate fanbases in the National Football League, so there should be plenty of them in Los Angeles on Sunday considering they travel extremely well and many Philadelphia transplants already live in L.A. Week 4's contest between the Chargers and Eagles at the StubHub Center earlier this year was a prime example of this.

Rams running back Todd Gurley has emerged as one of the NFL's most versatile offensive threats.

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