Eagles Injury Report: Patrick Chung doesn't practice again

Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

It's looking more and more like rookie Earl Wolff will start at safety against the Broncos.

For the second straight day, only two Eagles were listed on Philadelphia's injury report.

Full Participation - Jason Peters (finger)

Did Not Participate - Patrick Chung (shoulder)

Peters is fine. Chung, however, seems more likely to miss Sunday's game against Denver the more he doesn't practice. If that's the case, rookie safety Earl Wolff will make his NFL starting debut against Peyton Manning. Yikes.

It also should be noted that LeSean McCoy is dealing with some ankle soreness, but not enough to be listed on the injury report.

On the other side, the Broncos are dealing with a number of injuries. Here's how their Thursday injury report shaped up.

Did Not Participate - Duke Ihencho (ankle) , Paris Lenon (thigh)

Limited Participation - Tony Carter (ankle), Champ Bailey (foot), Joel Dreessen (knee)

Champ Bailey, Denver's starting cornerback when healthy, was also limited in practice on Wednesday.

The Broncos listed 14 players on their injury report on Wednesday, but 8 of those were full participants. Clearly they're a little more banged up than the Eagles.

Wednesday Injury Report - [Eagles injuries] - [Broncos injuries]

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