Eagle Eye: Eagles-Redskins predictions
Jason Peters is questionable for Sunday's game with shoulder, finger, quad and pectoral injuries. (USA Today Images)
Several Eagles starters are battling injuries, but only one is guaranteed to be sidelined against the Redskins on Sunday at the Linc.
Rookie safety Earl Wolff, who’s expected to miss several weeks with a knee injury, is listed as out on the team’s official injury report. Also out is backup linebacker Jake Knott, who aggravated a hamstring injury at practice last week and will miss his fourth straight game.
Inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks, left tackle Jason Peters and left cornerback Bradley Fletcher, each of whom either missed all or most of last Sunday’s game against Green Bay, are all listed as questionable. Questionable implies they are 50-50 to play.
Kendricks (knee) and Peters (everything) each missed all practices this week, although both participated in Friday’s walkthrough. Fletcher, who missed the entire Packers game, was limited at practice Wednesday and Thursday but also participated in the walkthrough.
If Kendricks can’t go, he’ll be replaced by Najee Goode. If Peters, who’s coping with shoulder, finger, quad and pectoral injuries, is sidelined for the first time this season, Allen Barbre will make his first start since Nov. 1, 2009, when he played for Green Bay.
Also questionable is quarterback Michael Vick (hamstring), who indicated this week that he’s not yet ready to return.
Everyone else is eligible to dress, including Brent Celek (hip), Patrick Chung (shoulder), Riley Cooper (knee) and Cedric Thornton (knee). All four are listed as probable, which implies a 75-percent chance to play.