Eagles cornerback Brandon Boykin, who suffered a concussion Week 15, has not been medically cleared to practice yet, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Boykin has 43 tackles, four interceptions and two forced fumbles and has not missed a game this season.
Philadelphia safety Kurt Coleman is starting for the Eagles in the Week 16 game Sunday. Coleman was probable entering the game on the injury report due to a chest contusion. He was never expected to miss time, however.
Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks was a chief contributor to the win over the Lions on Sunday. He not only recovered a fumble, but he also registered five tackles and led his team with two passes defensed.
Eagles safety Earl Wolff, who's missed four straight games with a knee injury, said he expects to play Week 16 against the Bears barring a setback, reports CSNPhilly.com. Wolff made 45 tackles and an interception in the first 10 games.
Falcons coach Mike Smith said Monday safety Thomas DeCoud will be a non-contact participant in practice Wednesday after sitting out Week 15 due to a concussion. Smith is expecting DeCoud to play Week 16 at San Francisco.
Falcons defensive back Zeke Motta, who was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report, is active for Week 15 against the Redskins. He was limited in practice leading up to the game with a hand injury.
In addition to defensive back Thomas DeCoud, who was ruled out earlier in the week with a concussion, the Falcons' list of inactives for Week 15 against the Redskins includes running back Antone Smith (knee), linebacker Omar Gaither, offensive lineman Terren Jones, offensive lineman Sean Locklear, tight end Chase Coffman and defensive lineman Travian Robertson. Gaither, Jones, Locklear, Coffman and Robertson are all healthy scratches.