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Eagles Injury Report: Four Eagles Miss Practice

Eagles Injury Report for Wednesday 11/13/2013.

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It's no secret Eagles are dealing with some recent injuries. Three starters left the game and did not return in the Eagles' 27-13 win over the Packers on Sunday. Earlier, I discussed how the Eagles' defensive depth will be tested due to these injuries.

On defense, Mychal Kendricks is day to day with a knee injury. Najee Goode is set to fill in for Kendricks in the case of injury. Backup inside linebacker and special teams contributor Jake Knott is still unable to practice. Earl Wolff's injury is likely to keep him out of the upcoming game. He is being described as "week to week" as opposed to day to day.

On offense, Jason Peters sat out of Wednesday's practice. Peters has been playing through injuries all year. His toughness isn't in question. Allen Barbe is Peters' injury replacement.

Brent Celek was added to the injury report as a limited participant due to a hip injury. According to Eagles reporters, Celek said it's nothing too serious. Bradley Fletcher's status continues to remain in question as the game approaches. Roc Carmichael will start if Fletcher can't go. Michael Vick's status seemingly hasn't changed, and it has been reported Nick Foles is the starter the rest of the year even if Vick is healthy.

Eagles Injury Report:

Did Not Practice

ILB Mychal Kendricks (knee)
ILB Jake Knott (hamstring)
OT Jason Peters (quad, pectoral)
S Earl Wolff (knee)


TE Brent Celek (hip)
CB Bradley Fletcher (pectoral)
QB Michael Vick (hamstring)


S Patrick Chung (shoulder)
OLB Trent Cole (illness)
WR Riley Cooper (knee)
DE Cedric Thornton (knee)

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