WR Josh Doctson (Achilles)—The rookie was a last-minute scratch a few weeks ago against the Giants as his Achilles flared up as he was warming up. He did not practice all week and it appears that they are in the midst of a midseason shutdown to see if they can get him ready for later in the season.
TE Jordan Reed (concussion)—The star tight end had symptoms on Tuesday and it was determined that he has a concussion. Despite the questionable designation it seems very unlikely that he will get cleared in time to play. It is his fifth diagnosed concussion including two from his time in college.
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CB Bashaud Breeland (ankle)—Although the ankle injury that he suffered on September 25 against the Giants was not as serious as first feared it still kept him out of the lineup for two straight games. But he was able to practice all week and he said during the week that he is “very confident” that he will play.
CB Dashaun Phillips (hamstring)—He suffered the injury against the Giants and after missing two games he was limited in practice this week. Kendall Fuller played in his spot against the Browns and Phillips may have a hard time reclaiming it.
LB Su’a Cravens (concussion)—He entered the concussion protocol immediately after the Browns game. He has been limited in practice all week, participating only in individual drills. He has not yet been cleared so stay tuned on his situation.
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Not on injury report
OLB Ryan Kerrigan (elbow)—After missing most of the Browns game after hyperextending his left elbow Kerrigan practiced full go all week. He may have a somewhat lighter workload that usual but he should play.
CB Josh Norman (hand)—He had to leave the Ravens game for a few snaps after a receiver fell on his hand. Norman will play but he will wear a brace on his right hand to protect it.
DT Fletcher Cox (ankle)—Their best defensive player was held out of practice on Wednesday but coach Doug Pederson said on Friday morning that he will be good to go.
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