The Eagles are flying into Green Bay on Sunday to try to pull off a miraculous win over the Packers. Fortunately, they'll at least be pretty healthy heading into the game. Here's wat their final injury report looks like:
S Rudy Ford (hamstring): Ford will miss his third-straight game with this injury. He has primarily been a special teamer for the Birds this season. It'd be unclear who would take his role if he is unable to play since the team doesn't make their special teams depth chart public.
CB Darius Slay (calf): Even though he's listed as questionable, Doug Pederson made it clear that they expect Slay to suit up. They'll need him to try to limit Davante Adams as much as possible. If he's out or is limited on Sunday, then Avonte Maddox and Nickell Robey-Coleman would be the ones tasked with stopping Adams....and that wouldn't be fun.
The Packers are dealing with a few lingering injuries themselves. Here's what their final injury report looks like:
LB Krys Barnes (calf): Barnes is a UDFA linebacker who has made seven starts so far this season, totaling 50 tackles (three for loss), one QB hit, and 1.0 sack. If he is inactive for this game or limited, then Kamal Martin (16 tackles, 1.0 sack -- five career games) or Ty Summers (36 tackles -- 27 career games) could see an increase in snaps.
RB Tyler Ervin (ribs): Ervin is the Packers third-string running back, racking up 67 rushes on 13 rushes this season and adding 11 receptions for 84 yards. If he is inactive, then Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams would spilt all of the reps in the backfield on Sunday.
C Corey Linsley (knee): Linsley, the starting center for the Packers offense, was carted off the field in last week's game. This will be Linsley's first missed game since 2016. Starting right guard Lucas Patrick (51 career games) will likely fill in at center. Jon Runyan Jr. (11 career games) will likely be inserted into the lineup to start at right guard.
LB Za'Darius Smith (ankle): Smith is one of the starting outside linebackers/pass rushers for the Packers. So far in 2020 he has picked up 42 tackles (10 for loss), 20 QB hits, 9.0 sacks, three forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries. If he is unable to play on Sunday, then Rashan Gray (37 tackles, 10 QB hits, 4.5 sacks, one pass defended -- 26 career games) would fill in.