Levy (undisclosed) was removed from the Non-Football Injury list on Tuesday morning, ESPN.com reports.
While technically now available to practice, Levy won't necessarily do so Tuesday. He did suggest that he hopes to play in at least one preseason game, but the real goal will be to have him ready for Week 1. Even after missing all of last season with a hip injury and the first three weeks of training camp with an undisclosed issue, Levy possesses an IDP ceiling that's among the best in the league. Few linebackers possess a similar combination of run-stopping and coverage skills.
Ebron (ankle) returned to practice on Tuesday, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
Ebron took to the practice field for the first time since suffering an ankle injury in early August. The tight end was reportedly taking things easy on Tuesday as he eases his way back into the swing of things. There has been no word on if he will participate in Saturday's tilt with the Ravens.
Wentz (ribs) is experiencing soreness after throwing over the weekend and he won't throw during Monday's practice as a result, Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com reports.
Coach Doug Pederson will continue to proceed cautiously with Wentz's rib injury as the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft needs to make additional progress in his recovery in order to see anymore preseason action at all. At this point he's almost a lock to miss Saturday's exhibition game against the Colts, while his final chance to get on the field before the regular season would come Sep. 1 against the Jets. Sam Bradford's status as the starting quarterback remains secure, while Chase Daniel figures to get the nod as the primary backup with Wentz sidelined throughout the preseason.
Coach Doug Pederson confirmed Monday that it figures to be a couple of weeks before Matthews (knee) is able to return to action.
On the plus side, based on Pederson's comments Monday, Matthews -- who absorbed a big hit to his left knee on Friday -- doesn't appear to be in much danger of missing regular season time. "We want to make sure he's completely healthy with that knee," Pederson noted Monday. "Hopefully, tentatively, you get into that third preseason game with the Colts, if not, then the regular season." With Matthews missing practice, CSNPhilly.com reports that Josh Huff took snaps with the Eagles' first-team offense as the unit's slot receiver.
Smallwood (quad) did not play in Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Despite returning to practice over the weekend, Smallwood will sit out for the second time in two preseason games. His bid for the No. 3 spot on the depth chart is already taking a hit, as Kenjon Barner posted a 6-41-1 rushing line in Thursday's game, after going for 7-35-0 in the preseason opener. While he still offers some long-term handcuff appeal, Smallwood may open the season as a gameday inactive. He could really help his cause if he returns for the third week of the preseason and manages to outplay Barner.