For the Philadelphia Eagles, there isn't much to update when it comes to the injury report.
Starting CB Bradley Fletcher returned to practice yesterday and seems to be on track to start against the Chiefs on Thursday night. That's great news since the Eagles are thin at cornerback. Reserve offensive lineman Dennis Kelly also returned to practice on Monday.
CB Brandon Hughes did not practice for the second straight day (hamstring).
The following Eagles players were full participants in practice:
Brandon Boykin (quad)
Brent Celek (shoulder)
Bradley Fletcher (concussion)
Jason Kelce (thumb)
Dennis Kelly (back)
Mychal Kendricks (groin)
On the Kansas City Chiefs' side, starting tight end Anthony Fasano missed practice.
Did Not Participate
TE Anthony Fasano
CB Brandon Flowers
TE Travis Kelce
OT Brandon Albert (shoulder)
DE Mike Devito (neck)
LB James-Michael Johnson (neck)
LB Nico Johnson (ankle)
LB Dezman Moses (toe)
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