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Eagles Injury Report: Earl Wolff Expects to be a Game Time Decision

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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Not a single Eagles player was held out of Thursday's practice. Considering it's Week 15 of the NFL season, that's pretty impressive.

Rookie safety Earl Wolff practiced again but was still limited. Wolff spoke to reporters after practice and said he expects to travel with the team to Minnesota. He also expects his playing status to be based on a game time decision.

Linebacker Najee Goode returned to practice on Thursday. He was limited. It was the first time Goode has practiced since leaving the Eagles-Cardinals game with his hamstring injury.

Cornerback Cary Williams was the only player added to the Thursday injury report. Williams was seen at the beginning of practice but not towards the end, so it seems possible an injury may have occurred during practice. Williams was officially listed as limited.

Full Eagles Injury Report:

Limited

CB Cary Williams (hamstring)
S Earl Wolff (knee)
LB Najee Goode

Full

CB Brandon Boykin (hip)

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On the other side, Minnesota's injury report did not change at all from the one released on Wednesday. Running backs Adrian Peterson and Toby Gerhart both did not practice for the second straight day.

Full Vikings Injury Report:

Did Not Practice

RB Adrian Peterson (foot)
RB Toby Gerhart (hamstring)
TE John Carlson (concussion)
OG Brandon Fusco (knee)
CB Xavier Rhodes (ankle)
CB Josh Robinson (chest)

Limited

LB Larry Dean (knee)

Full

LB Chad Greenway (wrist)