Eagles rookie wide receiver Jalen Reagor returned to practice on Thursday after being a limited participant on Wednesday.

Reagor was listed as a full participant, on Philadelphia’s injury report, a good sign regarding his status for Sunday’s opener in Washington.

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The rookie wide out has been sidelined because of a torn labrum in his shoulder that he suffered back on Aug 30.

Another key name on the injury report is right tackle Lane Johnson, with a sore ankle that has him limited both Wednesday and Thursday. Eagles head coach Doug Pederson would not commit to Johnson playing on Sunday.

"He's a guy that's day-to-day," Pederson said on Wednesday. "We'll see where he's at at the end of the week, but he's doing well."

Defensive end Derek Barnett, along with running backs Miles Sanders and Corey Clement are three other players whose status remains somewhat uncertain. All three were listed as a limited participants.  However, Pederson said before Wednesday's practice Sanders is day-to-day.

"I think it goes back to even last year when he missed some time and we managed him to get him ready to play," Pederson said when asked about Sanders potentil workload for Sunday if he is unable to be a full participant in practice this week. " I do think that is a possibility. We'll get him through this week, see how he does and see where he's at on Sunday."