No news is great news for the Eagles heading into the home opener on Monday night against the Vikings.
Every player on the active roster was a full participant at Saturday's practice and will be available for Monday Night Football.
Guard Landon Dickerson was the only player who was even a limited participant on Friday, but he was full-go on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Vikings ruled out rookie cornerback Andrew Booth with a quad injury.
The Eagles are preparing for their Monday Night Football showdown against the Minnesota Vikings and, as of Thursday, they are relatively healthy.
Any injury is a blow for a contending team coming out of Week 1; the team lost Derek Barnett for the remainder of the season to an ACL injury.
"I love the way Derek Barnett comes to work every single day and plays with grittiness and toughness and nasty. I am a huge Derek Barnett fan, and he'll be missed," Head Coach Nick Sirianni said on Monday.
Barnett has since been placed on Injured Reserve. The rest of the active roster practiced to some extent on Thursday in preparation for Week 2.
Friday's Injury Report
Limited: Landon Dickerson (illness)
Full: Fletcher Cox (rest), Brandon Graham (rest), Lane Johnson (rest), Jason Kelce (rest), Isaac Seumalo (rest), Jack Stoll (ankle), Josh Sweat (rest)
Thursday's Injury Report
Limited: Fletcher Cox (rest), Landon Dickerson (rest), Brandon Graham (rest), Lane Johnson (rest), Jason Kelce (rest), Isaac Seumalo (rest), Jack Stoll (ankle), Josh Sweat (rest)
As for the Vikings, cornerback Andrew Booth didn't practice on Thursday due to a quad injury. The rest of the active roster participated in practice.
Rookie safety Lewis Cine is expected to make his NFL debut in Philadelphia after missing the Vikings' opener against the Packers. Head Coach Kevin O'Connell says he believes Cine will be ready to go for Monday.