Eagles defensive tackle Malik Jackson, who suffered a concussion in the Saints game, has cleared concussion protocol and will be available to play Sunday in Arizona if he remains symptom free.
Jackson was cleared by a team physician and an NFL-appointment neurologist. He was a full participant in practice on Friday for the first time this week.
Cornerback Darius Slay, who also suffered a concussion Sunday in the win over the Saints, was limited for a second straight day, which indicates that he’s not as far along as Jackson in the NFL’s protocol for returning to play following a concussion.
Head coach Doug Pederson said earlier Friday Slay remains in the protocol.
The Eagles listed both Jackson and Slay as questionable for Sunday.
The only other player who has an injury status is defensive back Grayland Arnold (hamstring), who missed Sunday’s game with a hamstring injury. He’s officially questionable.
Everybody else who’s been dealing with a minor injury is off the injury list: linebacker Shaun Bradley (neck), linebacker T.J. Edwards (hamstring), safety Rudy Ford (hamstring), cornerback Michael Jacquet (hamstring) and edge rusher Josh Sweat (shoulder).
Cornerback Avonte Maddox (knee) and offensive tackle Jack Driscoll (knee) were ruled out and then placed on IR, ending their regular seasons.
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