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Maclin, Tapp Limited In Practice

Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin said before Thursday's practice that he expected to be eased back into the lineup and that was the truth as he was a limited participant.

Maclin also said that if the game was on Thursday he would play, so it appears that he's on track to suit up despite a hamstring injury suffered in last week's game against the Giants.

That was the most significant change on the injury report as the Eagles prepare for Sunday's showdown with the 49ers. Cornerback Brandon Hughes (hamstring) and defensive end Juqua Parker (ankle) did not participate. Defensive end Darryl Tapp was limited for a second straight day due to a pectoral strain.

Quarterback Michael Vick (right hand) was one of six players on the injury report who was a full participant. Tight end Clay Harbor (biceps) was added to Thursday's report as a full participant. The other four players to fully practice were: safety Nate Allen (knee), wide receiver Riley Cooper (concussion), offensive tackle Winston Justice (knee) and wide receiver Steve Smith (knee).


There was no change to the injury report for the 49ers on Thursday. Wide receiver Braylon Edwards (knee) and running back Moran Norris (fibula) are out for this Sunday's game.

Three key starters were limited for the 49ers: running back Frank Gore (ankle), wide receiver Michael Crabtree (foot) and safety Donte Whitner (hip). Guard Mike Iupati (neck) was a full participant.

To see the full injury report for the week, click here.

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