NOTE: This was updated after Friday's practice. The Eagles also announced that Senior Defensive Assistant Jeremiah Washburn will not be available for Sunday's game due to an illness. His responsibilities will be assumed by other members of the defensive coaching staff.
The All-Pro defensive tackle missed Friday's practice due to an illness, but he will be available for Sunday.
The rookie offensive tackle has been out since the Baltimore game with an ankle injury. He was a full participant all week and will be available for Sunday.
The second-year guard hasn't missed a snap in 2020. He was limited with a finger injury on Friday, but is available for Sunday.
Jackson is working back into the rotation after exiting the win over the Cowboys with a quadricep injury. He was a full participant again on Friday and is available for Sunday.
The special teams captain missed the Dallas game with a hamstring injury. He is the only player ruled out due to an injury. He suffered a shoulder injury during the week.
Alshon Jeffery was a full participant all week and will be available to make his season debut on Sunday.
"He's a veteran player. He's been one of our starters, and we've got a plan if he's ready to go to get him in the game," Head Coach Doug Pederson said. "Obviously, he's a big receiver that can help and he knows the offense and what we're doing."
Lane Johnson was a full participant on Friday and will be available for Sunday.
"The way it all panned out, having (the surgery) before the season, trying to play and get back, fighting through it. It is what it is," Johnson said. "Lots of guys have done this before but, really, if I'm out there feeling good, I'll be playing good. It's just been frustrating more than anything having to miss games, but ultimately, it's how your body responds. This week has probably been the best week as far as the most practice that I've done, so that's been a positive."
Strap missed the Dallas game with a quadricep injury, but will be available for Sunday.
After getting some rest on Wednesday, The Bodyguard was full-go the rest of the week.
Sanders is poised to return to the lineup on Sunday after missing two games with a knee injury.
"I feel good. I've been doing a great job with my conditioning, rehabbing at the same time. I feel like I haven't missed a step or a beat or anything like that," Sanders said. "Practice has been going well the whole week, just trying to finish up today (Friday) strong and tomorrow strong. We'll see what happens on Sunday."
The Giants actually placed running back Devonta Freeman on Injured Reserve. Wide receiver Golden Tate suffered a knee injury during Thursday's practice, but it looks like he will play.