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Injury Report: Eagles Healthy For Rematch

The Eagles are looking widely healthy with three days until the team's rematch with the Dallas Cowboys, as every player was a full participant in Friday's training session.

Kicker Cody Parkey and running back Chris Polk were both full participants for the second straight day on Friday, after being limited on Wednesday. Both are listed as probable.

Parkey has been nursing a right groin injury for a few weeks. Polk suffered an ankle injury in the Thanksgiving win over Dallas, but played last Sunday against Seattle.

Also listed as probable for Sunday are linebacker Emmanuel Acho (groin), tight end Trey Burton (hamstring), wide receiver Josh Huff (hip) and defensive end Cedric Thornton (groin) were listed on the injury report.

Quarterback Nick Foles is once again out with a collarbone injury.

Brent Doubtful For Dallas

The Cowboys are also largely healthy ahead of Sunday's contest.

Quarterback Tony Romo (back), defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence (chest), middle linebacker Rolando McClain (knee), defensive end George Selvie (thumb), defensive back Tyler Patmon (knee/ankle), and defensive end Jeremy Mincey are all listed as probable. They all played on Thanksgiving as well.

Safety Jeff Heath (thumb) missed the first meeting between the teams, and is listed as probable for Sunday.

Defensive tackle Josh Brent (calf) is listed as doubtful, and outside linebacker (hamstring) Dekoda Watson is officially out. Watson did not play in the first meeting, and has been dealing with his hamstring injury for the majority of the season.

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