The Eagles released their first official injury report of the 2011 season on Wednesday and the team is healthy entering the opener this Sunday in St. Louis.
The only player not to practice for the Eagles was quarterback Vince Young due to the hamstring injury he suffered in the preseason finale vs. the Jets.
The following players appeared on the report for the Eagles, but were full participants: safety Nate Allen (knee), defensive tackle Antonio Dixon (back), tight end Clay Harbor (shoulder), safety Jaiquawn Jarrett (quad), offensive tackle Winston Justice (knee), defensive tackle Trevor Laws (hip), defensive end Juqua Parker (calf) and wide receiver Steve Smith (knee).
Smith, signed as a free agent in the offseason, did not play in the preseason due to a knee injury suffered late last season. Smith doesn't know how much, if at all, he will play Sunday but wants to be ready for whatever the coaches want.
"I'm just getting ready and preparing myself like I'm playing the full game," Smith said. "Whatever the coaches ask me to do."
RAMS INJURY REPORT
For the Rams, tight end Mike Hoomanawanui (calf) was the only player not to participate in practice. Defensive ends James Hall (back) and Eugene Sims (oblique) were limited participants. None of these three players are starters for the Rams.
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