Alshon Jeffery will be listed as questionable for Sunday night's game in Dallas.
The Eagles' receiver popped up on the injury report with an ankle injury on Thursday, when he was limited.
Head coach Doug Pederson said he expects Jeffery to play and he's optimistic he'll be able to go. On Thursday, Jeffery said he will "most definitely" play against the Cowboys.
"It's been kind of lingering a little while," Pederson said. "There's no really one particular game or instance. It's hard for me to even put a finger on when it happened or how it happened.
"It's something too in his case with all the cutting and stopping and starting in practice and games and where we are at that time of the year, you're going to start seeing more and more guys get added to the list or taken some reps off at practice just so we can keep them healthy for Sunday."
Zach Ertz (hamstring), Ronald Darby (ankle) and Jaylen Watkins (hamstring) were full participants on Wednesday and Thursday, the two most important practice days of the week. Every player — including Jeffery — was a full participant in Friday's indoor practice. Barring setbacks, Ertz and Darby should make their returns on Sunday.
Ertz missed the Denver game and Darby hasn't played since Week 1, when he dislocated his right ankle.
The Cowboys are reportedly going to be without left tackle Tyron Smith and linebacker Sean Lee. They're also missing Ezekiel Elliott, who will serve the second game of his six-game suspension.