The Eagles practiced Wednesday for the first time since their loss to Washington on Sunday.
As Doug Pederson said, four Eagles were held out of practice: cornerback Ron Brooks, with a calf contusion; center Jason Kelce, with plantar fasciitis; defensive tackle Bennie Logan, with a groin strain; and defensive end Marcus Smith, also with a groin strain.
Of the four injuries, Logan’s is still considered the most serious, with Pederson calling his injury a “week to week” injury on Monday. Logan suffered the injury in the loss to Washington, and left the game early because of it.
Stefen Wisniewski practiced as the starting center on Wednesday in Kelce’s absence, but Pederson has said he expects Kelce to be ready for this weekend’s game against the Vikings.
Here’s the full injury report:
Did Not Participate In Practice
CB Ron Brooks (calf), C Jason Kelce (foot), DT Bennie Logan (groin), DE Marcus Smith (groin)
Limited Participation in Practice
G Allen Barbre (ankle), LB Mychal Kendricks (ribs), WR Jordan Matthews (knee)
Full Participation in Practice
CB Leodis McKelvin (hamstring), S Rodney McLeod (shoulder)