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Cowboys vs. Eagles injury report

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The Eagles held their final practice before the Dallas Cowboys arrive in Philadelphia for a Sunday Night Football showdown between NFC East rivals. Friday's injury report indicates that the Eagles will enter the game with a healthy roster, as every starter that was previously limited during practice this week participated in full.

The team prepared for the game at Lincoln Financial Field instead of the NovaCare Complex on Friday, but before they headed over to the stadium, Head Coach Nick Sirianni addressed injury statuses across the roster.

"We're hopeful all the guys that you guys have on the injury report from yesterday are going to be able to play," he said.

Coach Sirianni also told the media that there's a possibility that left tackle Andre Dillard will be elevated to the active roster after spending more than a month on Injured Reserve due to a fractured forearm.

"Yeah, he's close. I think he has a good chance to play this week. Again, we have some time to think about it and to keep assessing it, but he's had a good week of practice so far and we're hopeful," he said.

Here's the team's official injury report heading into game weekend:

Friday

Limited Participation/Questionable for Sunday

  • CB Josh Jobe (shoulder)
  • DE Janarius Robinson (ankle)

Full/No Game Status

  • G Landon Dickerson (ankle)
  • K Jake Elliott (right ankle)
  • RB Kenneth Gainwell (rib)
  • LB Patrick Johnson (concussion)
  • C Jason Kelce (ankle)
  • CB Avonte Maddox (ankle)
  • T Jordan Mailata (shoulder)
  • G Isaac Seumalo (ankle)

Get an inside look at practice as the Eagles prepare to take on their rival, the Dallas Cowboys, in a Week 6 Sunday Night Football showdown.

Thursday's Injury Report

The Eagles were back to practice on Thursday as they continue their preparations for Sunday night's rivalry game against the Cowboys. Every player practiced to some extent.

Limited Participation

  • CB James Bradberry (rest)
  • WR A.J. Brown (rest)
  • DT Fletcher Cox (rest)
  • G Landon Dickerson (ankle)
  • K Jake Elliott (right ankle)
  • DE Brandon Graham (rest)
  • CB Josh Jobe (shoulder)
  • C Jason Kelce (ankle)
  • CB Avonte Maddox (ankle)
  • T Jordan Mailata (shoulder)
  • G Isaac Seumalo (ankle)
  • CB Darius Slay (rest)
  • DE Josh Sweat (rest)

Full

  • RB Kenneth Gainwell (rib)
  • LB Patrick Johnson (concussion)

Cowboys Injury Report

Quarterback Dak Prescott practiced, though limited, for the first time since he injured his thumb. However, he's still unlikely to play in Philadelphia on Sunday.

As for LB Micah Parsons, he was also listed as a limited participant on Thursday.

Wednesday's Injury Report

The Eagles held a walkthrough on Wednesday as the players reconvened at the NovaCare Complex to prepare for Sunday night's showdown against the Dallas Cowboys.

Because it was a walkthrough, Wednesday's injury report is an estimation.

Did Not Practice

• CB Josh Jobe (shoulder)

Limited Participation

• G Landon Dickerson (ankle) – Dickerson was in and out of the lineup Sunday in Arizona due to the injury.

• K Jake Elliott (right ankle) – Elliott did not practice at all last week after suffering the injury in Week 4 against Jacksonville. He was replaced by Cameron Dicker, who kicked the game-winning field goal and earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors.

• RB Kenneth Gainwell (rib) – Good news is that Boston Scott, who miss the last two games with a rib injury, is not on the injury report.

• LB Patrick Johnson (concussion) – Johnson did not practice at all last week and missed the Arizona game.

• C Jason Kelce (ankle) – Kelce was praised for his toughness, battling through the injury in the win over Arizona.

• CB Avonte Maddox (ankle) – Maddox has missed the past two games with the injury. This is his first time getting back on the practice field.

• T Jordan Mailata (shoulder) – Mailata did not practice at all last week after suffering the injury early in the win over Jacksonville.

• G Isaac Seumalo (ankle) – Seumalo was on the injury report last week for an ankle injury, but played all 73 snaps.

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