The Philadelphia Eagles will not be able to move their starting quarterback, running back and tight end if DeShone Kizer is ruled out for the season with a broken collarbone.
The team announced Sunday that Kizer will undergo surgery Friday and is expected to be sidelined for at least a month.
The team has yet to announce the timetable for his return.
Kizer is the first of five starters the Eagles lost this season.
He was replaced in Week 3 by rookie Chase Daniel, who was limited to just four carries and one catch.
Daniel is the second quarterback taken in the draft.
The Eagles lost their starting cornerback, Byron Maxwell, to a season-ending injury in Week 1.
Maxwell was expected to anchor a secondary that was expected in the top 10 in yards allowed last season.
The Eagles also lost cornerback Byron Maxwell to a career-ending ankle injury in the season opener.