Report: Eagles' Graham won't make season debut vs. Cowboys

Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham is inactive for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys and remains on the team's Physically Unable to Perform list, an Eagles source told the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Graham tore his right anterior cruciate ligament in December in a game against the Cowboys and has yet to play this season. The former first-round pick practiced throughout the week for the Eagles but is not yet in playing shape, the Inquirer reported.

On Monday, Graham told Comcast SportsNet he had recovered from the injury.

"Everything happens for a reason, so now I just have to make sure I get up to speed and get ready to produce," Graham said. "I'm feeling good. No soreness, no nothing. I feel regular. Only thing is my feet hurt just from not using them in a little bit, but that's about it. I feel good."

As a rookie last year, Graham recorded 12 tackles and 3 sacks in 13 games for the Eagles.

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