Left tackle Jason Peters (quad) and inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks (knee) will continue to be limited in practice Wednesday, head coach Chip Kelly said. Peters and Kendricks both suffered their injuries in the first quarter of the Eagles' 27-13 win over the Green Bay Packers and are considered "day-to-day" ahead of Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins. Cornerback Bradley Fletcher, who missed the Packers game with a pectoral injury, is also considered "day-to-day," Kelly said.
Peters, Kendricks and Fletcher were all replaced by encouraging efforts by their backups against the Packers, namely Allen Barbre at left tackle, Najee Goode at linebacker and Roc Carmichael at cornerback.
Safety Earl Wolff, meanwhile, is considered more "week-to-week" with a knee injury and is unlikely to play this Sunday. Patrick Chung will get the start at safety alongside Nate Allen.
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