Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Juqua Parker missed practice Friday due to the same high-ankle sprain he has been battling since suffering the injury Week 2. Parker missed two games with the sprain but has played in each of the past three games for Philadelphia and participated fully in practice Thursday. If he is unable to play Monday night against the Chicago Bears, the Eagles could look to activate defensive end Brandon Graham from the physically unable to perform (PUP) list, assuming they can find a roster spot for him.
As expected, running back LeSean McCoy returned from his stomach illness for full participation after missing practice Thursday, as did tight end Brent Celek from his hip injury. Linebacker Akeem Jordan was also cleared for full participation after having to sit out with a concussion. Parker was the only member of the Eagles to miss Friday's session.
Safety Nate Allen (knee), offensive tackle King Dunlap (back),offensive tackle Winston Justice (knee), and running back Owen Schmitt (groin) were all full participants Friday.