The Eagles made the following roster move ahead of Sunday's NFC Championship Game.
• Elevated S Anthony Harris from the practice squad
It should be noted that the Eagles elevated Harris last week for the NFC Divisional Round win over the Giants, but made him inactive on gameday.
The veteran safety provides valuable depth on both defense and special teams. He led the Eagles' secondary with 72 tackles in the 2021 season. After being released at the end of this year's Training Camp, Harris signed with the Denver Broncos, where he played in three games. The Broncos released Harris in December and he promptly returned to the Eagles on the practice squad. He has yet to appear in a game for the Eagles.
The last time Harris was in an NFC Championship Game, he was on the other sideline for the Eagles' triumph over the Vikings in the 2017 season.
The Eagles, from a health standpoint, are in great shape for Sunday, as every player on the active roster is good to go.
The 49ers also announced a pair of roster moves on Saturday:
• Elevated RB Tevin Coleman and CB Janoris Jenkins from the practice squad
Running back Elijah Mitchell did not practice all week due to a groin injury and was listed by San Francisco as questionable for this game.
Coleman suited up in five games for the 49ers this season, but had carries in just two. He posted 26 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries. The veteran has amassed 3,319 yards and 25 rushing touchdowns in his career.
Jenkins, a former Pro Bowl cornerback, saw snaps on defense and special teams in four games for the 49ers this season. Cornerback Ambry Thomas is questionable after being limited in practice all week with an ankle injury.