Bradford (concussion/shoulder) is listed as inactive Thursday at Detroit, Geoff Mosher of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Although Bradford took part in a pregame warmup to test out his shoulder, he won't start and, in fact, not even suit up, missing his second consecutive contest. The Eagles will instead turn to Mark Sanchez under center.
Ertz (concussion) has been ruled out for Thursday's contest at Detroit.
With only three days to recover from a concussion suffered Sunday versus the Buccaneers, Ertz was able to progress to a limited showing in Wednesday's practice, according to Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. However, he was unable to complete all phases of the league's protocol for head injuries. His next opportunity to suit up arrives on Dec. 6 in New England.
Mathews (concussion) has been ruled out for Thursday's game in Detroit.
Mathews has made little progress in his quest through the concussion protocol, leaving the Eagles to trust in DeMarco Murray, Darren Sproles, and, to a lesser extent, Kenjon Barner out of the backfield. His next chance to take the field arrives on Dec. 6 at New England.
Ajayi carried four times for 13 yards and caught both of his targets for another 23 yards in Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
The rookie couldn't muster much on the ground, but he managed to haul in the first two passes of his NFL career. Ajayi is unlikely to see many touches behind Lamar Miller, although both backs were limited by Miami's inferior time of possession on Sunday. Week 12 will present a road matchup with the tough Jets front, and Ajayi should remain in his supporting role.
After injuring his ankle during a Week 10 contest against the Eagles, Jenkins was forced to miss the following game against the Cowboys, in which Darren McFadden ran all over the depleted Miami defense. Jenkins will need to practice at least once in some capacity this week in order to have a shot at playing in Week 12.
Landry (knee) returned to a limited practice Thursday.
After sitting out Wednesday' session, Landry was back out there Thursday, albeit in a limited capacity. We'll revisit his status to see whether or not he progresses to the point that the Dolphins choose to list him as probable for Sunday's contest against the Jets.
Although Misi (abdomen) was active he didn't play a snap in the loss to Dallas on Sunday, reports the Dolphins web site.
Apparently Misi just didn't feel right in pregame warmups so the team decided to hold him out of the game. His loss was a big one for Miami as the running game of the Cowboys ended up being more than Miami could handle.