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Eagles-Seahawks Final Injury Report: Five Seattle players ruled questionable

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Final Eagles injury update.

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The Philadelphia Eagles released their third and final official injury report on Friday in advance of their Week 13 game against the Seattle Seahawks.

Only one player was listed on the Eagles’ final injury report: linebacker Joe Walker. He’s officially questionable for this week’s game.

Walker didn’t practice at all this week, so it’s very unlikely he plays on Sunday.

With Walker likely out, the Eagles could turn to Najee Goode and/or Dannell Ellerbe at middle linebacker in Philadelphia’s base defense.

Doug Pederson said Ellerbe is still working to pick up the defense.

Right now at this time, he's still learning, Dannell. Ellerbe is still kind of getting the pieces of the defense together. When you look at Joe's productivity, he's about 12 to 15 snaps a game in our base defense right now, so it's not a lot, and we don't do a ton schematically in our base. He's still picking up some of the nuances of that, and we'll see where he's at again on game day.

Everyone else on the 53-man roster is healthy enough to play. That includes the following players who appeared on the injury report this week: Alshon Jeffery, Jason Kelce, Derek Barnett, Patrick Robinson, Trey Burton, and Beau Allen.

Burton and Allen both missed last week’s Eagles-Bears game.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES INJURY REPORT (FRIDAY)

QUESTIONABLE

LB Joe Walker (neck)

...

RESERVE/NON-FOOTBALL INJURY

CB Sidney Jones

INJURED RESERVE

OT Jason Peters

LB Jordan Hicks

RB Darren Sproles

S Chris Maragos

K Caleb Sturgis

CB Randall Goforth

DT Aziz Shittu

WR Dom Williams

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS INJURY REPORT (FRIDAY)

Seattle’s defense will be without a couple key starters. Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor are both out for the season. Each of them picked off Carson Wentz once in last year’s Eagles-Seahawks game. Chancellor hasn’t been placed on IR but that could come soon.

Chancellor is one of three Seahawks players ruled out for this week’s game. The other two include starting guard Oday Aboushi and reserve linebacker Josh Forrest. Former first round pick Luke Joeckel will start at left guard in place of Aboushi.

Two Seahawks players have been ruled doubtful: backup defensive end Dion Jordan and backup defensive tackle Nazair Jones. Jordan has been used as a rotational player. Jones is Seattle’s top backup DT. He’s played the fifth most snaps among Seahawks defensive linemen (38.2%).

Five Seahawks players have been ruled questionable: starting left tackle Duane Brown, starting tight end Jimmy Graham, starting linebacker Bobby Wagner, starting safety Earl Thomas, and special teams contributor/linebacker D.J. Alexander. Only 10 of the 40 players listed “questionable” by the Seahawks haven’t played this year, so it doesn’t seem like these players are in major jeopardy of being out on Sunday.

OUT

S Kam Chancellor (neck)

OL Oday Aboushi (shoulder)

LB Josh Forrest (foot)

DOUBTFUL

DE Dion Jordan (neck)

DT Nazair Jones (ankle)

QUESTIONABLE

OT Duane Brown (ankle)

TE Jimmy Graham (ankle)

LB Bobby Wagner (hamstring)

S Earl Thomas (heel)

LB D.J. Alexander (shoulder)

...

RESERVE/PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM

CB DeShawn Shead

RESERVE/NON-FOOTBALL INJURY

DT Malik McDowell

INJURED RESERVE

DE Cliff Avril

RB Chris Carson

CB DeAndre Elliott

OT George Fant

FB Tre Madden

LB Dewey McDonald

OL Rees Odhiambo

RB C.J. Prosise

OT Justin Senior

CB Richard Sherman

SS Jordan Simone