Johnson says Eagles have been late, Jenkins disagrees

Andrew Porter
October 21, 2019 - 8:31 am

Fresh off of an embarrassing 37-10 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday night, Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson made some alarming remarks about the current state of the team. 

"Really it's gonna be, probably a call out session," Johnson told Derrick Gunn and John Clark of NBCSportsPhilly after the game. "Everyone will be held accountable. Little stuff that slides during the week—late to practice, late to meetings, this and that. Stuff will start to be held accountable for and I think that will maybe creep into the game."

Malcolm Jenkins joined Ike Reese and Jon Marks on Monday afternoon and was asked about Johnson's comments. 

"I don't really know where this narrative is coming from," Jenkinss said. "I don't know exactly who is being referenced. I don't know what Lane is talking about." 

Sunday night's loss was Philadelphia's second straight, dropping them to 3-4. The Eagles finished with just 283 yards of total offense, committing four turnovers. 

Certain moments, like this Nelson Agholor play, seemed to indicate a lack of effort on the Eagles' behalf. 

Agholor explained the play after the game.