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Eagles Injury Report: One Eagles cornerback returns to practice while another is still limited

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Update on the Eagles and Broncos injury situations.

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The Philadelphia Eagles released their first official injury report on Wednesday in advance of their Week 9 game against the Denver Broncos.

Every player on the 53-man roster (including new Eagles running back Jay Ajayi) was a full participant in practice except for starting cornerback Ronald Darby. Darby is still limited.

It’s early in the week, but this could signal Darby still isn’t ready to return. If that’s the case, perhaps he’ll be ready to play against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 11 after Philadelphia’s Week 10 bye.

In other Eagles cornerback news, Patrick Robinson returned to practice on Wednesday. That’s good news considering he suffered a concussion on Sunday and had to leave the Eagles-49ers game early. Robinson has been having a good season for Philly while playing both on the outside and in the slot.

For those wondering about Sidney Jones: there’s no real update on him. He’s still on the non-football injury list. The last we heard on October 16 was that he’s “not close” to coming back. The Eagles have until Week 12 to activate him from NFI. From there, they have a 21-day window where Jones can practice. After that, they have to either put him on the 53-man roster or shut him down for the season.

Halapoulivaati Vaitai was listed as a full participant on the injury report with a hip issue. It’s not ideal to see Big V banged up considering the Eagles’ lack of depth at tackle, but at least he’s fully practicing.

Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report (Wednesday)

Limited Participation

CB Ronald Darby (ankle)

Full Participation

CB Patrick Robinson (concussion)

OT Halapoulivaati Vaitai (hip)

DE Brandon Graham (shoulder)

DT Beau Allen (foot)

RB Kenjon Barner (hamstring)

Denver Broncos Injury Report (Wednesday)

Broncos backup tackle Donald Stephenson is the only player who didn’t practice. Starting wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders is expected to return this week. Starting right guard Ron Leary is also expected to play against the Eagles despite being limited.

Did Not Participate

OT Donald Stephenson (calf)

Limited Participation

ILB Todd Davis (ankle)

OG Ron Leary (elbow)

WR Emmanuel Sanders (ankle)

Full Participation

WR Cody Latimer (knee)

S Will Parks (shoulder)

OLB Shane Ray (wrist)