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Injury Report: Peters Officially Questionable


Tackle Jason Peters told reporters following Thursday's practice that he will play Sunday against the New Orleans Saints despite a quadricep injury that hindered him last week against Washington. 

"I feel good," Peters said. "I'm getting ready for Sunday."

According to the injury report released on Friday afternoon, however, Peters is officially listed as questionable, the only Eagle with that designation. Only three players are offically out for Sunday's game, as Kiko Alonso (knee), Brandon Bair (groin) and Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) will be the only players not suiting up.

The good news for the Eagles is that Lane Johnson (knee), Allen Barbre (groin), Cedric Thornton (hand) and Byron Maxwell (quadricep) are all officially listed as probable, as are Chris Maragos (quadricep) and Taylor Hart (shoulder). Maxwell was injured during the first series against Washington and did not return, while Johnson suffered a knee injury on an extra-point attempt but fought through the pain to stay on the field. 

Armstead Out; Rookie Andrus Peat To Make First Start

After missing practice again on Friday, Saints starting left takle Terron Armstead (knee) is officially out for Sunday's game. That means that rookie first-round pick Andrus Peat will make his first NFL start at Lincoln Financial Field. Joining Armstead on the list of players not suiting up on Sunday is punter Thomas Morstead (right quadricep).

The Saints have a couple of big-time players officially listed as questionable for Sunday, including guard Jahri Evans (knee) and DE Bobby Richardson (hip).

After being limited in practice on Friday, safety Jairus Byrd (knee) and cornerback Keenan Lewis (hip) are officially lisited as probable, as are wide receiver Marques Colston, defensive tackle Kevin Williams, wide receiver Brandin Cooks (ankle) and guard Tim Lelito (back).

Click here for the complete Saints-Eagles injury report.

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