The Eagles activated offensive lineman Landon Dickerson from the Non-Football Injury list and safety Rodney McLeod from the Physically Unable to Perform list on Monday.
Dickerson, the team's second-round pick in April, incurred a knee injury late in the 2020 campaign with Alabama, but since it was a college injury, he was on the Non-Football Injury list. The recipient of the Rimington Award (nation's top center) last year, Dickerson was a unanimous first-team All-America selection.
McLeod, a team captain in 2020, is also working his way back from a season-ending knee injury. He has started all 66 regular-season and playoff games that he's played in since joining the Eagles in 2016. McLeod is one of only two NFL safeties with at least 10 interceptions (14) and forced fumbles (11) since 2013.
Both players are eligible to begin practicing. The Eagles have to get to the league-mandated 53-player limit by Tuesday at 4 PM.