Every active player on the Philadelphia Eagles participated in practice today. The Eagles should consider themselves fortunate to be this healthy heading into week six. Yes, there were season ending injuries to Jason Kelce and Jason Peters, but outside of those the Eagles are as healthy as possible. The Eagles had 11 players listed on the injury report today, but all of them fully participated in practice. It also appears that this will be wide receiver Riley Cooper's first game of the 2012 season after suffering a broken collarbone in training camp.
The Lions health is not quite as good as Philly's despite coming off of a bye week. Starting defensive tackle Corey Williams missed practice today due to a knee injury that needed surgery. It does not appear he will play. Also Lions starting safety Louis Delmas was a limited participant in practice due to a knee injury. Delmas has been sidelined the entire season thus far due to his injury. It is unknown if he will play this Sunday.
The Philadelphia Eagles are in great shape injury-wise this week. After the Lions game this Sunday, the Eagles have their bye week. As we get closer to the second half of the season the Eagles should be primed to start rolling.
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