The Philadelphia Eagles finished their fifth training camp practice on Thursday and there are still no major injuries to report. There are a few minor ones to note, however.
The first one to note involves second year safety Earl Wolff. Wolff, who had just taken first team safety repetitions on Wednesday, was noticeably missing from Thursday's practice. While he dressed for practice, he seemingly did not participate in team drills. Per Tim McManus, Wolff would not disclose why he sat out but did mention he will return on Friday. Chris Maragos took the first team reps at safety with Wolff out.
Other than that, it's just been more of the same. Wide receiver Riley Cooper (foot), running back Chris Polk (hamstring), and center Julian Vandervelde (back) have all been sitting out but are also expected to return soon. Jeff Maehl has been filling in for Cooper, Matthew Tucker is playing in place of Polk, and David Molk is getting all of Vandervelde's backup center reps.
Eagles starting nose tackle Bennie Logan (hamstring) returned to practice on Wednesday and did practice again on Thursday.
The Eagles are fortunate to not have had any major injuries to this point*. At this date last year the team had already lost wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and linebacker Jason Phillips to ACL injuries.
So far, so good.