The Philadelphia Eagles will host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday and their Thursday injury report is a carbon copy of the one the team released on Wednesday.
Sitting out Thursday’s practice for the Eagles were tight end Zach Ertz (rib), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (nose, quadricep), cornerback Leodis McKelvin (hamstring) and guard Isaac Seumalo (pectoral). Of those four players, Kendricks is the only one that has the best chance of playing Sunday against the Steelers and it will be interesting to see if he’s able to go fully on Friday.
Practicing fully again for the Eagles on Thursday were defensive end Vinny Curry (knee), safety Malcolm Jenkins (foot), safety Chris Maragos (elbow) and safety Jaylen Watkins (knee).
After initially opening up as 5.5-point road favorites, the Steelers are now only favored by 3.5-points at most of the online sportsbooks. Both teams enter Sunday’s game in Philadelphia with 2-0 records and the Eagles are working on a short week after having to play the Chicago Bears on the road this past Monday night.