Eagles injury update: Reynolds back at practice
November 30, 2012, 12:24 pm
Looks like Evan Mathis might not be starting at center on Sunday after all.
Dallas Reynolds practiced in full Friday for the first time this week and is listed as questionable for the Eagles' prime-time game against the Cowboys in Arlington, Texas. The first-year center had sprained his ankle in Monday night’s loss to Carolina and missed practices on Wednesday and Thursday.
The team had planned to fill Reynolds' void by moving Mathis, the only offensive lineman to start all 11 games at the same position this season, to center and replace Mathis with backup guard Danny Watkins.
Out for the game are quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy, who remained sidelined by concussions, along with rookie running back Chris Polk (toe).
Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox missed practice for the second straight day after going home to attend the funeral of a family member. He's questionable for the Dallas game. Cox had sustained an injury to his tailbone against the Panthers but was getting better and would have practiced in some form if he hadn’t left the team.
Wide receiver Jason Avant, who missed the Carolina game with a hamstring injury, practiced all week and is probable to play.
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Posted 30 November 2012 - 06:32 PM