The Philadelphia Eagles escaped their Week Two matchup with Indianapolis without any serious injuries.  However linebacker Mychal Kendricks missed practice again on Thursday with his calf injury suffered in the Colts game.

Kendricks was hurt late in the third quarter and limped to the locker room. Kendricks underwent an MRI on his calf on Wednesday after some speculation that he was just dealing with cramps.

Head coach Chip Kelly gave an update on Thursday when asked if Kendricks might be in jeopardy of missing Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins.

"He's out today and we'll see and I'm not putting anything on him.  We'll see what he can do tomorrow and Saturday and we'll make a decision what's the best for him overall.."

While Kendricks was the only Eagle to miss practice Thursday, DE Fletcher Cox (back), WR Josh Huff (shoulder), CB Cary Williams (hamstring) and S Earl Wolff (knee) were all limited participants for the session.

For the second straight day, CB Nolan Carroll (elbow), TE Zach Ertz (knee), G Todd Herremans (hamstring), S Malcolm Jenkins (shoulder), WR Brad Smith (groin), T Matt Tobin (ankle), CB Jaylen Watkins (hamstring) rounded out the injury report as full participants in practice.  The Eagles will resume practice on Friday morning for their final day of on-field work before squaring off against the Washington Redskins.