The Eagles are getting at least one key starter back for Sunday Night Football against Dallas, but will be missing several others.
Jalen Mills (foot) was officially activated off the PUP list and said he will start against the Cowboys.
I asked Mills what it meant to him to be named a starter after nearly a year off the field.
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"I had to make plays at practice, you know what I'm saying?" Mills answered. "It wasn't nothing given. At the end of the day, you've got to show the coaching staff and you also gotta show the other 10 guys on the field that I'm capable of going out there and making plays."
It's been nearly a year since his last game action (Oct. 28, 2018), but Mills said he feels like he's in good enough condition to play the entire game if he needed to. But that probably won't happen. Expect to see the Eagles rotate some.
"It's good," Mills said about his conditioning. "Did a great job with Josh (Hingst), our strength coach as far as these six weeks on PUP on the side field, as far as me running and getting my heart and my lungs strong. And then football today and the last two days, running all over the field. If the ball's getting thrown the other day, chasing it down."
Mills was not required to be on the injury report all week because he hasn't been on the active roster.
Here's the final injury report of the week:
Out: Nigel Bradham (ankle), DeSean Jackson (abdomen), Tim Jernigan (foot), Avonte Maddox (concussion, neck), Jason Peters (knee) , Darren Sproles (quad)
Questionable: Ronald Darby (hamstring)
No real surprises there. All the players ruled out haven't practiced all week.
Darby hasn't played since he suffered his hamstring injury against Detroit. Doug Pederson said on Friday morning that he still viewed Mills and Darby as starters. So if Darby is able to play, expect him to start opposite Mills.
Without Peters, rookie first-round pick Andre Dillard will make his first-career start at left tackle. He'll see a lot of Robert Quinn and maybe a little of DeMarcus Lawrence.
Jackson has been doing some work on a side field this week, but didn't practice. He hasn't played since early in the Atlanta game in Week 2. This will be his fifth consecutive game missed. On Friday morning, Pederson was asked if it's even possible for Jackson to get to 100 percent this season.
"Nobody is ever 100 percent," Pederson said. "Again, with the type of injury that he has, and being a track guy, a speed guy, it affects you. It makes a difference. Is he going to be 100% when he comes back? Probably not. Is he going to feel better? Yeah, he'll feel better and be able to put it behind him and focus on football."
Bradham was seen on Friday walking through the locker room, still with a noticeable limp. Without him, expect Kamu Grugier-Hill, Nate Gerry and T.J. Edwards to be the starters, with the first two playing on nickel downs.
Sproles is out again, but is at least healing. For the first time (at least that reporters have seen) since his injury, he was working on a side field Friday.
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