The Eagles made a couple of roster moves on Saturday to cement the Week 17 roster ahead of Sunday night's kickoff against Washington.
• Eagles elevate S Blake Countess from the practice squad as a COVID-19 replacement
Countess was signed to the Eagles' practice squad on December 16 and played that Sunday in Arizona, contributing eight snaps on special teams. A sixth-round pick of the Eagles in 2016 out of Auburn, Countess returned in the 2019 offseason, but was waived with an injury settlement during Training Camp.
Here's a look at who will be available Sunday in the secondary: Countess, Grayland Arnold, Marcus Epps, Rudy Ford, Michael Jacquet, Elijah Riley, Nickell Robey-Coleman, Darius Slay, and K'Von Wallace.
• Eagles elevate DE Joe Ostman from the practice squad
The Eagles' recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award, Ostman played in two games this season including last week's game in Dallas. He played 18 snaps on defense and 23 more on special teams in the two appearances.
Here's a look at who will be available Sunday along the defensive line: Ostman, Genard Avery, Vinny Curry, Brandon Graham, Javon Hargrave, Malik Jackson, T.Y. McGill, and Raequan Williams.
• Eagles elevate T Prince Tega Wanogho from the practice squad
The sixth-round pick out of Auburn spent the entire season on the practice squad. Wanogho is in position to make his NFL debut.
Here's a look at who will be available Sunday along the offensive line: Wanogho, Nate Herbig, Jason Kelce, Luke Juriga, Ross Pierschbacher, Matt Pryor, Isaac Seumalo, and Brett Toth.
With Jordan Mailata (concussion) out, the Eagles will field their 14th different starting lineup along the offensive line this season.