Eagles coach Doug Pederson said defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (calf) and running back Wendell Smallwood (knee) will be game-time decisions. Both players were listed as questionable in Wednesday's injury report.
Cox was a full participant in Tuesday's practice while Smallwood remained out. Having both would be a welcome sight for the Eagles, on the eve of a clash between two of only three teams in the conference with 4-1 records.
Here are other injuries we're tracking Wednesday:
- Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford (knee) did not practice Wednesday, this after an MRI earlier in the week revealed no new injury but wear and tear on his surgically-repaired knee. Bradford had been sidelined since Week 1 before playing less than two quarters in Monday night's contest with the Bears.
Wide receiver Stefon Diggs (groin) and safety Andrew Sendejo (groin) also did not participate. Linebacker Eric Kendricks (shoulder) and center Pat Elflein (toe) were limited participants.
Watt, who underwent surgery Monday to repair a fractured the tibial plateau in his left leg, posted a photo of himself on crutches Wednesday morning.
- New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he isn't concerned about his should injury heading into Sunday's game against the New York Jets. "I'm good. Not worried about it. ... I'll be there Sunday." Brady suffered an AC joint sprain in his non-throwing shoulder in last week's victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
- Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams (back) could be close to potentially making his season debut. He was limited in practice on Wednesday.
- Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson (quad), wide receiver John Brown (quad), J.J. Nelson (hamstring), and Robert Nkemdiche (calf) were all limited participants in Arizona's walk-through practice.