Last week's game was particularly difficult for the Philadelphia Eagles at Lambeau Field, at least on the injury front.
Jason Peters, Mychal Kendricks and Earl Wolff all suffered fairly significant injuries, but only one of the three is officially out for Sunday's NFC East showdown with the Washington Redskins at Lincoln Financial Field.
Wolff, who suffered a knee injury (a hyper-extension as termed by the rookie safety) is officially listed as out and likely will miss several weeks as he recovers. Jake Knott aggravated a hamstring at practice last week and is the only other player listed as out this week.
Kendricks and Peters are both questionable after not practicing at all this week sans Friday's walk through. Cornerback Bradley Fletcher is also questionable having missed practice on Tuesday and Wednesday but taking part in Friday's walk through. Fletcher was sidelined at Lambeau last Sunday.
It doesn't appear that Michael Vick will be returning to the starting lineup anytime soon and on Friday's injury report he is listed as questionable, still dealing with a hamstring pull.
Brent Celek (hip), Patrick Chung (shoulder), Riley Cooper (knee), Cedric Thornton (knee) are all listed as probable and likely will dress and play.
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