Eagles offensive lineman Allen Barbre (hamstring) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice, which might lead to the Eagles having their opening day offensive line back for Thursday night.
With Lane Johnson's return, Barbre will be able to take back his normal starting position at left guard, where Stefen Wisniewski has been playing. Earlier in the week, head coach Doug Pederson said he wanted to make sure Barbre was 100 percent before making a decision.
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Kenjon Barner (hamstring), who has already been ruled out for Thursday's game, was the only Eagle who didn't practice. The Eagles had a light practice, without pads, in the bubble on Tuesday.
Isaac Seumalo (ankle) was a limited participant.
In addition to Barbre, the following players were also full participants in Tuesday's practice: Brent Celek (stinger), Jordan Matthews (ankle), Halapoulivaati Vaitai (knee), Darren Sproles (concussion).
Vaitai is returning from an MCL sprain that forced him to miss the last four games. He started the previous six in place of Johnson, who was suspended. Vaitai said he's not quite 100 percent, but will be able to play on Thursday if needed.