Injury Report: Peters, Kendricks Questionable

Eagles Tackle Jason Peters without helmet at practiceHere is the Eagles’ injury report for Sunday’s game against Washington:

Out: LB Jake Knott (hamstring), S Earl Wolff (knee)

Questionable: CB Bradley Fletcher (pectoral), LB Mychal Kendricks (knee), T Jason Peters (quadricep, pectoral), QB Michael Vick (hamstring)

Probable: TE Brent Celek (hip), S Patrick Chung (shoulder), WR Riley Cooper (knee), DE Cedric Thornton (knee).

Plenty of injury concerns for the Eagles.

Kendricks and Peters were spectators at practice Tuesday through Thursday. They were listed as full participants for Friday’s session, but Friday practices are more of a walkthrough for the Eagles.

“Mychal said he felt good, didn’t think there was anything big‑time wrong with him.  But we’ll see,” said Chip Kelly early in the week. “Jason said he’s going to play.  But every time Jason’s had anything, he’s told me he’s going to play.  But the one thing about Jason is he has played.  He hasn’t missed any time since I’ve been here.”

Allen Barbre will fill in at left tackle if Peters can’t go. Najee Goode will likely start if Kendricks is unable to play.

Fletcher, who sat out the Packers game, practiced this week but remains a question mark. Roc Carmichael is the next man in.

With Wolff out, Chung will get the start opposite Nate Allen. He said his shoulder is feeling much better. Vick is expected to sit out another week.

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