Updated: 3:16 p.m.
Ronald Darby is practicing for the second straight day.
The Eagles' cornerback, who missed the last five games with a right ankle dislocation he suffered in the opener, was back on the field Friday afternoon after being a limited participant in (and a focus of) Thursday's practice. He was again a limited participant Friday.
During the portion of practice open to reporters, Darby went through warmups and individual drills. He also spent some 1-on-1 time working on technique with defensive backs coach Cory Undlin. Darby was listed as a limited participant Friday afternoon on the official report. Earlier in the week, head coach Doug Pederson said the "stars have to align" for Darby to play Monday night.
In addition to Darby, it looked like every other member of the Eagles' 53-man roster was on the practice field Friday. While the Eagles have dealt with plenty of injuries this season, they seem pretty healthy heading into Monday's game against Washington.
The only new addition to the report is linebacker Mychal Kendricks, who was a limited participant with a hamstring injury.
Jordan Hicks (calf) was the only other limited participant. He was also limited Thursday.
Beau Allen (foot) and Tim Jernigan (ankle) were both full participants after being limited Thursday.
The other full participants listed on Friday's update: Fletcher Cox (calf), Brandon Graham (shoulder), Lane Johnson (concussion), Wendell Smallwood (knee) and Destiny Vaeao (wrist).
Pederson said Thursday the plan for Smallwood was to start him off slow this week and ramp it up, so it was a little bit of a surprise that he was a full participant to begin the week. The Eagles will throw him back into the mix immediately Monday. Expect him to be their third-down back.