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Friday's Injury Report

Friday was another full practice for the Eagles ahead of Sunday's game against the Commanders.

Cornerback Bradley Roby continues to deal with a shoulder injury and will miss his second consecutive game.

Defensive Tackle Jordan Davis (hamstring) is the only other Eagle with a game status designation. He is listed as questionable. He did not participate in Friday's practice.

While cornerback James Bradberry (ankle) and linebacker Zach Cunningham (ankle) were both limited at practice on Friday, they have no designation for Sunday's game and will play.

Defensive tackle Milton Williams (heel), who was a limited participant on Thursday, was a full participant on Friday. Safety Reed Blankenship (ribs) was once again a full participant in practice. Williams and Blankenship do not have game status designations heading into Sunday. Blankenship returns to the lineup after missing the win over the Dolphins.

Thursday's Injury Update

Thursday was a full practice for the Eagles ahead of Sunday's game.

Cornerback Bradley Roby missed practice as he continues to deal with a shoulder injury.

Four players were limited at practice on Thursday. Defensive tackle Milton Williams (heel), who was a limited participant yesterday, received the same designation today.

Cornerback James Bradberry (ankle), linebacker Zach Cunningham (ankle), and defensive tackle Jordan Davis (hamstring) were added to the injury report on Thursday as limited participants at practice.

For the second consecutive day, safety Reed Blankenship (ribs) was a full participant at practice. After missing the last game with an injury, Blankenship is heading in the right direction.

Just like yesterday, quarterback Jalen Hurts was not listed on the injury report.

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Wednesday's injury update

For the second week in a row, the Eagles conducted a walkthrough on Wednesday.

The team released an estimated injury report, since it was a walkthrough, and the only player who would not have practiced was cornerback Bradley Roby, who suffered a shoulder injury in the Week 6 game against the Jets.

Defensive tackle Milton Williams (heel) would have been a limited participant. 

Great news regarding safety Reed Blankenship, who missed Sunday's win over the Dolphins with a ribs injury. He would have been a full participant.

Meanwhile, quarterback Jalen Hurts was not listed on the injury report.

Hurts put on a knee brace at halftime of Sunday's win over the Dolphins.

"We're just taking it day by day, taking it day by day," Hurts said on Wednesday.

"We're confident that he'll be ready to go, but anytime these guys are working through pain and things like that ... We anticipate him to go. That doesn't mean it's easy," Sirianni said earlier this afternoon.

"We're hopeful that there'll be no limitations on Sunday."

Hurts did not say whether or not he will play with the brace this Sunday against the Commanders.

"Honestly, I wasn't thinking about it. ... Just trying to find ways to win," he said of playing with the brace.

Following a third-quarter pick-six, Hurts went 9-of-12 for 119 yards while leading two touchdown drives in the 31-17 victory. He also used his legs to jump-start the go-ahead possession with a 12-yard scramble.

Hurts finished Sunday's win 23-of-31 (74.2 percent) for 279 yards, three total touchdowns, and a 109.5 passer rating. Hurts has now posted 300+ total yards and 2+ total TDs in five consecutive games, which marks the longest active streak in the league. Overall, it is the longest streak by an NFL quarterback since Patrick Mahomes did it in six straight games last season.

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