Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders was a full participant at practice on Wednesday ahead of the 2022 season opener against the Detroit Lions, head coach Nick Sirianni told reporters Wednesday.

"As far as my level of concern, not high," Sirianni said.

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Sanders (hamstring) was among just four Eagles on the injury report Wednesday, joining defensive end Derek Barnett (ribs), defensive tackle Javon Hargrave (toe) and cornerback Josiah Scott (hamstring).

Barnett, Hargrave and Scott were listed as limited participants.

Sanders did not participate in Philadelphia’s three preseason games and has missed practice due to the balky hamstring, but seems on track to play on Sunday.

He missed five games last season due various injuries, including to a broken bone in his hand, before returning for the Eagles Wild Card loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Philadelphia did get good news on the offensive side with center Jason Kelce on the field, meaning he will be starting at center on Sunday after undergoing elbow surgery in early August.

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