WR Jeff Maehl
Maehl, who had been out of practice since Friday, August 1st, returned to full action on Sunday. Maehl had been dealing with an ankle injury that forced him to wear a walking boot. The walking boot is off and now Maehl is back in time to compete for a roster spot as a depth wide receiver.
NT Bennie Logan
Logan also returned to practice. He has been dealing with a hamstring injury that prevented him from playing against the Chicago Bears on Friday night. Logan was limited in practice last week but he looked like a full go on Sunday.
WR Riley Cooper
Starting wide receiver Riley Cooper, who had been dealing with a foot injury and was wearing a walking boot last week, returned to practice on Sunday. He wasn't a full participant as he only participated in individual drills and not team drills. Still, it's a sign of progress for Cooper.
RB Chris Polk
Polk is still dealing with a hamstring injury but he was seen doing some non-team drills on Sunday. He was not wearing a helmet. Polk has been out since Monday, July 28th.
Did not practice
C Julian Vandervelde
Vandervelde recently had back surgery. While no official timetable is known, it's possible Vandervelde will miss at least the remainder of training camp and preseason. Center David Molk will be required to step up in the absence of Vandervelde.
CB Nolan Carroll II
Carroll II is dealing with a hamstring/groin injury. He's been out of practice since Monday, August 4th.
ILB Jake Knott
Hamstring. Out since Friday, August 1st.
RB Matthew Tucker
Left the Chicago Bears game early with a hamstring injury. Chip Kelly said it isn't considered to be serious.
ILB Casey Matthews
Left the Chicago Bears game early with a back injury. Chip Kelly said it isn't considered to be serious.
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, linebacker Jason Phillips, and wide receiver Arrelious Benn to ACL injuries.
So far, so good.