On Monday afternoon, the Eagles announced three roster transactions in advance of their primetime clash with the Seattle Seahawks.

The Eagles have activated defensive end Genard Avery (elbow) off Reserve/Injured and elevated tight end Caleb Wilson from the practice squad for tonight.

Additionally, defensive tackle T.Y. McGill was elevated from the practice squad as a COVID-19 replacement.

Aside from his Week 4 breakout, Avery had largely been a non-factor prior to being placed on injured reserve on Oct. 30. In six games, Avery has accumulated five tackles (one for loss), 1.5 sacks, six quarterback hits, and a pass defended on 68 defensive snaps. He'll have an opportunity to provide pressure as a changeup rusher against a vulnerable Seahawks' offensive line.

McGill rejoins the active roster and will appear in his fifth game this season. The veteran defender has registered four tackles, a half-sack, and two quarterback hits in 61 defensive snaps.

Wilson, who will assume the No. 3 tight end role behind Dallas Goedert and Richard Rodgers for the third time this season, has compiled 12 special teams snaps.