As the Eagles resumed practice on Wednesday morning, they were without their starting left guard.
Allen Barbre (left hamstring) was held out and is still “week to week,” according to head coach Doug Pederson. Veteran Stefen Wisniewski took his place.
While Barbre wasn’t practicing, the Eagles did get Bennie Logan (groin) back. Logan was expected to be a limited participant, Pederson said.
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Logan left the Washington game early in Week 6 and has missed the last two games. Beau Allen started in his place, but the Eagles could clearly use Logan back.
Kamu Grugier-Hill (right hammy) and Taylor Hart (right ankle strain) were the only other players, aside from Barbre, not practicing.
If Barbre can’t play on Sunday against the Giants, Wisniewski would get his first start as an Eagle and the 78th of his career. Rookie third-round pick Isaac Seumalo would also be active for the first time.
“Isaac has done an outstanding job at practice, even at center,” Pederson said. “He’s getting some work at center as well. This will be a great opportunity for him now, to be active, to feel the game-like experience from that standpoint. But Wiz is a veteran guy that’s got a lot of starts under his belt and we feel comfortable with him being the starter.”