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Eagles-Packers Injury Report: Brent Celek is probable, Nick Foles is out

Eagles injury update for Friday, November 14th, 2014.

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia Eagles have released their final official injury report in preparation of their Week 11 game against the Green Bay Packers.

There are no surprises. Starting quarterback Nick Foles had already been ruled out earlier in the week due to a fractured collarbone injury suffered in Week 9. Veteran backup passer Mark Sanchez will start in place of Foles. Sanchez performed well in Week 10 against the Carolina Panthers but faces a much bigger test this week. Backing up Sanchez will be second-year signal caller Matt Barkley. Wide receiver Brad Smith will serve as the emergency quarterback.

It's worth noting that veteran tight end Brent Celek is probable after having sustained an ankle injury on Monday night. Celek was listed as a full participant in practice every day this week. The same goes for outside linebacker Brandon Graham, who left the team's game against Carolina early due to cramps.

Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report (Friday)

OUT

QB Nick Foles (collarbone)

Probable

TE Brent Celek (ankle)
CB Bradley Fletcher (shoulder)
ILB Mychal Kendricks (calf)
WR Jeff Maehl (foot)

Eagles injury reports: Wednesday | Thursday |

Green Bay Packers Injury Report (Friday)

Both of Green Bay's starting offensive guards are listed as probable. Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang sat out of practice on Wednesday and were limited on Thursday but are expected to play on Sunday.

OUT

TE Brandon Bostick (knee)
LB Jayrone Elliott (hamstring)

Probable

OG T.J. Lang (ankle)
OG Josh Sitton (toe)

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