Here's an update on the Philadelphia Eagles injury situation after seventeen days of training camp practice and two preseason games.
Returned to practice
WR Jeremy Maclin (hamstring)
Maclin was seen wearing full pads on Monday after sitting out since late last week. Maclin was a limited participant in practice but he expects to play this week.
RB LeSean McCoy (toe)
McCoy was seen wearing full pads on Monday after missing practice on Sunday. McCoy spoke to the media after practice on Monday and said he's dealing with a toe injury. His description: "small version of turf toe, but not as serious." McCoy said he could play this week against the Steelers.
CB Nolan Carroll II (groin)
Carroll II returned to action on Sunday and was seen again in full pads on Monday.
WR Riley Cooper (foot)
Cooper returned to action on Sunday and was seen again in full pads on Monday.
Did not practice
WR Brad Smith (?)
Smith missed practice on Sunday. He was seen wearing a helmet on Monday but no pads.
WR Josh Huff (shoulder)
Huff was last seen with his arm in a sling during practice on Sunday.
ILB Jake Knott (hamstring)
Out since Friday, August 1st.
CB Jaylen Watkins (hamstring)
Out since Wednesday, August 13th.
RB Chris Polk (hamstring)
Out of practice since Monday, July 28th.
LB Bryan Braman (back)
Out of practice since suffering back pain during pre-game against the Patriots on Friday, August 15th.
C Julian Vandervelde (back)
Out of practice since Monday, July 28th. Had back surgery last week.
The Eagles are still fortunate to not have had any season-ending injuries to this point*. At this date last year the team had already lost wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, linebacker Jason Phillips, wide receiver Arrelious Benn, and pass rusher Phillip Hunt to ACL injuries.