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Earl Wolff (knee) and Najee Goode (hamstring) will both miss Sunday's matchup with the Lions. (USA Today Images)
One starter and one reserve won’t play for the Eagles on Sunday against the Lions at the Linc.
Rookie safety Earl Wolff and linebacker Najee Goode were each listed as out on the team’s injury report, with Wolff still suffering from a knee injury and Goode nursing a hamstring injury.
Wolff, who hyperextended his knee Nov. 10 against Green Bay and was said to be out for several weeks, will miss his third straight game. All indications are that the earliest he will return is Dec. 22 against Chicago.
Goode injured his hamstring against the Cardinals last Sunday at the Linc and didn’t practice all week. Jake Knott would likely get the call if there’s an injury to DeMeco Ryans or Mychal Kendricks. The team could also dress Emmanuel Acho.
Everyone else is expected to be eligible to dress, including tight end Zach Ertz (shoulder), defensive tackle Bennie Logan (neck), wide receiver Jeff Maehl (concussion) and defensive lineman Damion Sqaure (back).
Defensive lineman Clifton Geathers missed his third straight practice Friday for personal reasons but is back with the team and is eligible to play.