The Eagles' injury report did not change all week leading up to Saturday's showdown with the Washington Redskins.
The good news for the Eagles' defense is that starting rookie cornerback Eric Rowe is probable after leaving last Sunday's game against Arizona with a concussion.
However, Rowe's position mate Byron Maxwell did not practice all week due to a shoulder injury and is questionable along with starting nose tackle Bennie Logan (calf) and special teams ace Seyi Ajirotutu (ankle).
Either E.J. Biggers or Jaylen Watkins would potentially start in Maxwell's absence. Second-year nose tackle Beau Allen is in position to start for Logan if he is unable to play.
"You never know whether or not you're going to get your first start," Allen said earlier this week. "You never know when it's going to come. You might not know until gameday. I guess you just have to prepare every day like you're not a backup. I've played in every game too these last two years. I don't see myself as green by any means. You just work every week and prepare every week like you are the guy and if that time arises, you're never surprised by it."
Quarterback Sam Bradford is probable with the shoulder injury he suffered back in Week 10 against Miami.
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