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Redskins Pro Bowl Tackle Trent Williams Remains Sidelined

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The weekend is finally here and the Eagles have the NFL's best record at 5-1. Check out what the players were up to on Instagram this week.

Just one practice remains before Monday night's game. Tackle Lane Johnson (concussion) and running back Wendell Smallwood (knee) remain on track to return after both were scratches against the Panthers.

Three Eagles were limited during Friday's practice. It still remains unclear whether cornerback Ronald Darby will be ready to go on Monday but the team is pleased to know he'll be back soon in the coming weeks.

"When we finally get to that point, it will be great to have the full complement of your secondary guys back," said head coach Doug Pederson. "It just gives the defense a little more versatility with the personnel that we have. It's something that we're beginning to kind of get our guys back again. That's the exciting part."

Both linebackers Jordan Hicks (calf) and Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) were also limited on Friday.

For the Redskins, rookie defensive lineman Jonathan Allen was placed on the Redskins' Injured Reserve with a Lisfranc sprain. Five-time Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams (knee) has not practiced this week.

Six Redskins were limited Friday including star cornerback Josh Norman (rib), running back Rob Kelley (knee), safety Stefan McClure (knee), cornerback Bashaud Breeland (knee), linebacker Mason Foster (shoulder), and safety Deshazor Everett (hamstring).

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