The Philadelphia Eagles have released their Wednesday injury report, and guard Danny Watkins, linebacker Akeem Jordan and defensive tackle Derek Landri did not participate in practice as the Eagles prepare for their Week 5 showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Out of the trio, Watkins (chest) was the only surprise. Before practice, head coach Andy Reid said neither Jordan or Landri would practice, however, he said nothing about the 6'3, 310-pound second-year player from Baylor.
Meanwhile, left tackle King Dunlap was a full participant in practice after missing the last two games with a hamstring injury. Other Eagles players that practiced fully were: safety Colt Anderson, tackle Demetress Bell (thumb), linebacker Jamar Chaney (knee), wide receiver Riley Cooper (collarbone), long snapper Jon Dorenbos (ankle) and wide receiver Damaris Johnson.
As for the Steelers, both linebacker James Harrison and safety Troy Polamalu participated in practice. In addition, both running back Rashard Mendenhall and offensive lineman Marcus Gilbert practiced. This season, the Steelers have not had Harrison, Polamalu and Mendenhall together in the starting lineup.