The Philadelphia Eagles have now wrapped up their Friday practice ahead of Sunday’s home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and as expected, three players were ruled out for that game on their Friday injury report.
Eagles head coach Doug Pederson ruled out tight end Zach Ertz (rib), cornerback Leodis McKelvin (hamstring) and guard Isaac Seumalo (pectoral) for Sunday’s game against the Steelers on Friday as all three players failed to practice this week because of their injuries.
With McKelvin out, cornerback Ron Brooks will likely start in his place with rookie cornerback Jalen Mills expected to see action in the Eagles sub package defense against the Steelers just as he did Monday night against the Chicago Bears.
Meanwhile, linebacker Mychal Kendricks (nose, quadriceps) practiced fully on Friday and should be good to go for Sunday’s game against the Steelers, according to Pederson. Kendricks had been held out of practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He ends the week listed as questionable.
Eagles defensive end Vinny Curry (knee), safety Malcolm Jenkins (foot), safety Chris Maragos (elbow) and safety Jaylen Watkins (knee) all practiced fully this week and thus should be good to go on Sunday.