Tight end Greg Olsen (foot) has a chance to play in Week 6, according to coach Ron Rivera, who said "hopefully he'll be ready to roll on Wednesday."
Olsen suffered a broken bone in his right foot in Week 1 and was expected to miss four to five weeks. Olsen is on schedule according to that timeline, and has experience returning from foot fractures, having suffered the same injury in his foot last year. This time around seems less severe, with Olsen needing three less weeks to return than he needed in 2017.
Elsewhere in injury news:
Five Eagles sat out practice Monday ahead of their Thursday night clash with the New York Giants: defensive end Derek Barnett (shoulder), safety Corey Graham (hamstring), defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (calf), running back Darren Sproles (hamstring) and linebacker Nate Gerry (ankle, knee). Tackle Lane Johnson (ankle), cornerback Sidney Jones (ankle) and tackle Jason Peters (quadricep) were limited, while running back Corey Clement (quadricep) was a full-go.
Cornerback Kayvon Webster suffered a strained quad Sunday and is considered week to week, Rapoport reported.
- San Francisco 49ers running back Matt Breida suffered an ankle sprain and could miss time, Rapoport reported, per a source. Rapoport added the injury is not considered serious.
- Browns wideout Rashard Higgins will miss time because of a sprained MCL, coach Hue Jackson announced. He will be evaluated on a week-to-week basis.
- Los Angeles Rams wide receivers Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp remain in concussion protocol, but coach Sean McVay said the pair aren't displaying symptoms. He was optimistic about their availability for Week 6.