The Philadelphia Eagles can spoil the playoffs hopes for division foes the Washington Redskins and will have several of their top skill players back, including LeSean McCoy.
The Philadelphia Eagles may not have anything to play for with just two games remaining, but the team could spoil the playoffs aspirations of their divisional foes the Washington Redskins and could have several key players back, including running back LeSean McCoy.
McCoy, who has missed the past four games, is listed as probable to play on Sunday as the running back continues to recover from a concussion. McCoy's participated in practice all three days this week. Michael Vick (concussion) is also probable, but will not be starting at quarterback if he does play.
Several other key Eagles are probable on Philadelphia's injury report, including wide receivers Jeremy Maclin (back), Jason Avant (hamstring) and Riley Cooper (knee). All participated in practice on Friday and should be cleared to play on Sunday.
Meanwhile for the Redskins, rookie sensation quarterback Robert Griffin III (knee) is probable for Sunday's game after sitting out this past Sunday in the team's win.