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Tight end Darren Waller
Tight end Darren Waller

Tough news for the Eagles on Saturday evening as starting safety Anthony Harris (hands/groin) was downgraded to out, but the Raiders may be without their Pro Bowl tight end Darren Waller, who was downgraded to questionable with an ankle injury. ESPN's Adam Schefter offered the following update below on Sunday morning. If Waller is unable to go, on National Tight Ends Day no less, the Raiders lose a player who is third among all tight ends this season with 33 catches for 378 yards. Last season, Waller posted 107 receptions for 1,196 yards and nine touchdowns.

The gameday inactive list will be announced at 2:35 PM.

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On Saturday evening, the Eagles downgraded safety Anthony Harris (hands/groin) to out. It'll be the first game that he's missed since the final game of the 2019 regular season with Minnesota. The Eagles elevated Elijah Riley from the practice squad to the active roster for Sunday's game. In addition to Riley, the Eagles have Marcus Epps and Andre Chachere to team up with starter Rodney McLeod.

What does this mean for the Eagles-Raiders matchup? Make sure to check out the Kickoff Show presented by Axalta starting at 3:20 PM.

Tackle Lane Johnson
Tackle Lane Johnson

Head Coach Nick Sirianni said that tight end Dallas Goedert and tackle Lane Johnson will return to the lineup this Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Goedert missed the Week 6 game against Tampa Bay after going on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. The Eagles activated Goedert on Thursday, but he did not participate in practice. Sirianni said on Friday that he looks "forward to Dallas playing a big role this weekend."

If Goedert does need a break, Sirianni said the team is confident in the backups. Jack Stoll is the only other tight end on the active roster at the moment. Richard Rodgers and Noah Togiai are on the practice squad and can be called up for the game.

"Conditioning-wise, whatever it is, I can be out there the whole game," Goedert said. "Running out there and practicing today, I felt really good."

The Eagles will not have Tyree Jackson, who returned to the practice field this week after suffering a back injury during Training Camp. Sirianni said that Jackson is not yet ready to be activated from Injured Reserve.

Johnson returned to the team this week after taking time off to deal with a personal matter. He missed the last three games, but Sirianni expects Johnson to start at right tackle on Sunday. Jordan Mailata would move back to left tackle.

"He had a good week of practice. We expect him to play and start at right tackle," Sirianni said.

Questionable for Sunday

C/G Jack Anderson (Hamstring) – This is the first time the rookie offensive lineman appeared on the injury report. He has not yet played in a game for the Eagles.

• S Anthony Harris (Hands/Groin) – The groin injury was added to Friday's report and he did not participate in practice, so this is a situation to watch over the weekend. Marcus Epps has played the second-most snaps of all the safeties this season and could start if Harris is unable to play.

Click here for the full Eagles vs. Raiders injury report.

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The Eagles activated tight end Dallas Goedert from the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Thursday, but he did not participate in practice. Here is the full rundown:

Did Not Participate

TE Dallas Goedert (Illness)

Limited Participation

LS Rick Lovato (Hamstring)

Full Participation

DE Derek Barnett (Foot)

S Anthony Harris (Hands)

T Lane Johnson (Rest) – Great news as Johnson was limited on Wednesday.

C Jason Kelce (Foot/Rest)

The Raiders' injury report will be announced later in the evening.

Only two Raiders miss practice

The Raiders have 17 players on their injury report, but only two did not participate in practice.

Did Not Participate

TE Nick Bowers (Neck)

• DT Quinton Jefferson (Personal Matter) – Jefferson is a starting defensive lineman, so this is a situation to watch come Friday.

Limited Participation

• S Dallin Leavitt (Quad) – Leavitt did not practice on Wednesday, so this is an upgrade for him.

Everyone else was full-go for the Raiders. Click here for the full Eagles vs. Raiders injury report.

Lane Johnson of the Philadelphia Eagles tailgate before a game against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field on December 20, 2014 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Hunter Martin/Philadelphia Eagles)

The Eagles hosted their first full practice on Wednesday ahead of Sunday's game in Las Vegas against the Raiders. Here's a look at their injury report:

Did Not Participate

S Anthony Harris (Hands) – Harris suffered the injury Thursday night against the Buccaneers, but returned to the game.

"If I didn't think I'd be able to be out there, then I wouldn't go out," Harris said after the game.

Harris had not missed a single snap on defense since the 2019 regular-season finale with the Vikings.

Limited Participation

DE Derek Barnett (Rest)

• C Jason Kelce (Foot/Rest)

T Lane Johnson (Rest) – Wednesday marked Johnson's first practice since prior to the Chiefs game in Week 4. Said Head Coach Nick Sirianni of Johnson's status, "We're taking that day by day. Just really excited that he's back in the building, back with his teammates, and just super excited to see his face every day."

Jordan Mailata, who lined up at right tackle in Johnson's absence, said that he's preparing for every possible scenario, which includes going back to left tackle.

• LS Rick Lovato (Hamstring)

Raiders list 17 players on Wednesday's injury report

Whew, it would almost have been easier to just name the fully healthy players. However, only four Raiders did not participate in Wednesday's practice and two of them were starters – tight end Darren Waller (Rest/Knee) and defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson (Personal Matter).

Did Not Participate

TE Nick Bowers (Neck)

• DT Quinton Jefferson (Personal Matter)

• S Dallin Leavitt (Quad)

• TE Darren Waller (Rest/Knee)

Limited Participation

WR Bryan Edwards (Hamstring)

• DT Johnathan Hankins (Hip)

• LB Nick Kwiatkoski (Toe)

• T Kolton Miller (Pectoral)

• WR Henry Ruggs (Knee)

Full Participation

QB Derek Carr (Finger)

• DE Maxx Crosby (Hip)

• CB Brandon Facyson (Hip)

• DE Carl Nassib (Ribs)

• DE Yannick Ngakoue (Knee)

• LB Denzel Perryman (Thumb)

• G John Simpson (Elbow)

• DT Solomon Thomas (Wrist)

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