Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks, who's missed four straight games with a calf injury, practiced Tuesday and appears on track to return Sunday at Arizona. Kendricks had 13 tackles and a sack in the first two games.
Eagles running back Chris Polk practiced fully Wednesday despite his hamstring injury and is on track to play Sunday at Arizona. If Darren Sproles (knee) can't play, Polk would back up starter LeSean McCoy.
Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins left the locker room following Sunday's loss at Dallas on crutches and with his right leg in a walking boot, according to the New York Post. Jenkins is expected to miss some time due to a strained calf, which he suffered late in the first quarter while running.
Giants linebacker Jon Beason told WFAN that it's 50-50 whether he tries to play again this season or has surgery on his injured toe, reports the New York Daily News. Beason, who visited a foot specialist Tuesday, said in the interview that he's playing "without a critical ligament" in his big toe.