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Eagles Inactives: Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Paul Turner both out

The offensive line is back together.

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For the first time since early October, the Eagles’ original offensive line has been reunited.

With Lane Johnson back from suspension, and Allen Barbre healthy and active after being listed as questionable for this evening’s game, the Eagles will have their original offensive line fully healthy and available against the Ravens.

Halapoulivaati Vaitai, who was listed as questionable and is still working back from a knee injury that has plagued him for weeks.

Talking with Vaitai this week, he said he’s feeling better than he has in weeks, but his being inactive probably means he’s still not fully healthy just yet. Otherwise, Doug Pederson probably would’ve wanted Vaitai to suit up as Lane Johnson’s backup, considering Johnson hasn’t played in 10 weeks, and both his durability and fitness will be tested.

Here are the rest of the Eagles’ inactives:

OL Josh Andrews

Expected. Backup offensive lineman.

OL Dillon Gordon

Expected. Backup offensive lineman.

DT Taylor Hart

Expected. Backup defensive lineman.

WR Paul Turner

Expected, if confusing. Turner is inactive for the second straight week in favor of Bryce Treggs.

DE Steven Means

Expected. Backup defensive end.

CB Dwayne Gratz

Expected. Backup CB, and recent signing.


Janoris Jenkins

Jason Pierre-Paul

Tavarres King

George Winn

Will Beatty

Nat Berhe

Ishaq Williams

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