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Young, Rodgers-Cromartie, Jordan All Practice

Head coach Andy Reid updated the Eagles' injuries heading into Sunday night's showdown with the Atlanta Falcons and provided mostly positive news. Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (ankle), linebacker Akeem Jordan (shoulder) and quarterback Vince Young (hamstring) all practiced Friday, though Young is unlikely to play on Sunday night.

"He looked pretty good. (He's) probably not all the way back, but he looked pretty good," said Reid on Young. "Right now I'd say that I'm leaning away from (activating him on Sunday)."

Starting left tackle Jason Peters left practice early with ankle/Achilles soreness, but Reid said it shouldn't be anything to worry about. Defensive end Darryl Tapp did not practice with a pectoral strain and is likely to be replaced by defensive end Phillip Hunt on the gameday roster come Sunday.

UPDATE: According to the team's injury report, Jordan is listed as doubtful and Tapp is listed as out. Young and Peters are listed as questionable.

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