Updated: 3:15 p.m.
Every player on the Eagles' roster except Brandon Graham (non-injury) practiced Friday, but that doesn’t necessarily mean every Eagle will play Sunday.
The biggest question mark heading into the season finale is left guard Allen Barbre (hamstring), who is listed as doubtful.
Barbre was limited in practice Friday.
“We just want to make sure that hamstring is good,” head coach Doug Pederson said.
If Barbre can’t play Sunday, veteran Stefen Wisniewski will start in his place, but Pederson would also “love” to get rookie Isaac Seumalo some snaps at left guard as well. There’s a good chance Seumalo could end up as the starter at the position next season and for the future.
Seumalo (ankle) is listed as questionable, but it seems like he’ll be good to go. Jordan Hicks (ankle) and Jordan Matthews (ankle) are also questionable for the game.
Matthews has been dealing with his ankle injury since the Green Bay game and it has clearly bothered him in recent weeks. He played just 39 of 56 snaps against the Giants in the last game.
“You’ve probably noticed it on the field,” Pederson said. “It affected [Matthews] obviously last Thursday and really the last couple of weeks. And it really frustrates him as a player because he really wants to be out there and we want him out there, obviously.”
The Eagles on Friday promoted running back Terrell Watson from the practice squad to give them three healthy backs for Sunday. Darren Sproles and undrafted rookie Byron Marshall will see the bulk of the snaps.
“We’d obviously love to see Byron quite a bit in this last ball game to see what you’ve got there,” Pederson said.