With an NFC East showdown against the Washington Redskins looming Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles ended Friday's practice without knowing the status of offensive tackle King Dunlap. The four-year veteran had to miss Thursday's practice due to a back injury, and he sat out Friday as well. Philadelphia lists him as questionable. Should he be unavailable, the Eagles would find themselves with only two tackles available to protect Michael Vick from defensive coordinator Jim Haslett's aggressive blitzing schemes, as four-time Pro Bowl selection Jason Peters (hamstring) is definitely out.
Defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins (tricep), who practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, returned to practice in full on Friday. Philadelphia lists him as probable for Sunday, along with seven other wounded Eagles who participated fully: safeties Nate Allen (knee) and Jarrad Page (stinger); wide receivers Jason Avant (hip) and Steve Smith (knee); tackle Winston Justice (knee); defensive end Darryl Tapp (pectoral); and guard Julian Vandervelde (elbow).
Though the Eagles limited defensive end Juqua Parker (ankle) in Friday's practice, they nonetheless list him as probable as well. Trent Cole, another defensive end, joins Peters among the Philadelphia players definitely out for Sunday.
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