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Eagles Fully Healthy For Sunday

It looks like the Eagles will have the entire 53-man roster at their disposal this Sunday against the Detroit Lions.

The Eagles had 11 players on Thursday's injury report, but all of them were full participants for the second straight day.

Here's who the Eagles had on the injury report: safety Colt Anderson (knee), wide receiver Jason Avant (wrist), running back Bryce Brown (shoulder), wide receiver Riley Cooper (collarbone), long snapper Jon Dorenbos (ankle), offensive tackle King Dunlap (hamstring), fullback Stanley Havili (quad), linebacker Akeem Jordan (hamstring), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (ankle), defensive tackle Derek Landri (knee) and defensive end Darryl Tapp (foot).

The Lions are coming off of their bye week, but not even they are as healthy as the Eagles are for this contest.

Starting defensive tackle Corey Williams missed practice for the second straight day with a knee injury which required surgery on Sept. 25. He missed the Week 4 game against Minnesota and was replaced in the lineup by Sammie Hill, who was a limited participant in Thursday's practice with a toe injury.

Williams was the only player to miss practice for the Lions on Thursday. Wide receiver Titus Young was upgraded from not practicing Wednesday to being a limited participant on Thursday. Young has a knee injury.

Tight end Brandon Pettigrew was also limited with a knee injury, but he's expected to play.

Starting safety Louis Delmas was a limited participant with a knee injury, which has sidelined him all season to this point. Reserve safety Amari Spivey was also limited with a groin injury.

Two players  - defensive end Cliff Avril (back) and linebacker Travis Lewis (quad) - were full participants in practice for the Lions.

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