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An update on the Week 1 injury situation.

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The Philadelphia Eagles released their second official injury report ahead of their Week 1 game against the Washington Redskins.

For the second day in a row, all players on the 53-man roster were full participants in practice. The Eagles are completely healthy heading into this week’s season opener. That’s great news.

The same can’t be said for Washington. Starting slot wide receiver Jamison Crowder was added to the team’s injury report on Thursday with a hip flexor. Crowder was limited in practice after being full go on Wednesday.

Crowder’s situation is one to watch. It doesn’t seem like there’s major concern he’ll miss the game (yet), but he dealt with a hip issue at the end of last season. Being added to the injury report in the middle of the week typically isn’t a good sign.

In four career games against the Eagles, Crowder has amassed 14 receptions for 167 yards (11.9 average) and one touchdown.

Washington starting center Spencer Long and backup linebacker Ryan Anderson are still limited in practice. Jason La Canfora reports Long will be ready to start on Sunday, however.

Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report (Thursday)

Full Participation

QB Nick Foles (right elbow)
LB Najee Goode (forearm)
DE Brandon Graham (triceps)
S Corey Graham (hamstring)
LB Jordan Hicks (quadricep)
CB Jalen Mills (thumb)
DT Destiny Vaeao (calf)

Washington Redskins Injury Report (Thursday)

Limited Participation

WR Jamison Crowder (hip)
LB Ryan Anderson (neck)
OL Spencer Long (knee)

Full Participation

WR Josh Doctson (hamstring)
LB Junior Galette (hamstring)
S Montae Nicholson (shoulder)