Andy Reid said today that he has yet to make decision on whether to activate Brandon Graham for this Sunday's game. The second year DE has been a full go in practice all week, but the Eagles have 21 days to decide whether to bring him off the PUP list. If he is activated, they would have to release someone.
"Really [DE] Brandon Graham is the only decision we have to make. Howie and I will get together. We'll do that before four o'clock tomorrow, when that needs to be done. Everybody else is healthy and ready to go, as is Brandon, we'll just see how he does today and then we'll make that decision by tomorrow"
If Graham is activated, he would only be used in a limited role.
"Yeah, it would be limited. He's only had three days of practice here, really, so you're not going to ask him to play the whole game if you go that route."
Really it should all come down to what the Eagles think they need. There really isn't a shortage of defensive ends at this point, so if they felt like they needed an extra safety or something, then maybe there is no need to activate Graham. Although it would also make some sense to get him playing and working back into game shape as soon as possible. To me, that's more important than having Jarrad Page around just in case...