Before the first Eagles game of the season, you could’ve figured that Week 2 was going to be a chance for the team to go 2-0 to start the season heading into this game with the Falcons.

As it turns out, they picked up the win in Week 1 over Washington, but the bigger news might be, they are rather healthy.

The Eagles entered Week 1, with a lot of injury question marks, from key players on the defensive side of the ball.  Fletcher Cox, Nigel Bradham, Ronald Darby and Rodney McLeod on defense, and Brandon Brooks on offensive were all entering the game missing time with injuries from last season.

This much is known: Starting defensive tackle Malik Jackson was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday, and the team signed Akeem Spence to replace him on the roster.  Spence last played in Miami, starting 16 games a season ago.

This week, the Eagles are pretty healthy on their injury report leading up to the Week 2 matchup at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium:

Practice Report

Did Not Participate In Practice

LB Kamu Grugier-Hill (knee), T Jordan Mailata (back)

Limited Participation in Practice

DE Derek Barnett (shoulder), DT Fletcher Cox (toe), QB Nate Sudfeld (left wrist)

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