Alonso (knee) is active Sunday against the Dolphins.
Alonso will suit up for the Week 10 contest, but with DeMeco Ryans (hamstring) active as well, he may not see enough snaps to contribute reliable IDP productivity. He's safe to deploy for owners in a pinch, however.
Bradford (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Thursday's contest in Detroit.
Bradford was knocked out of the Eagles' Week 10 tilt against the Dolphins with a concussion and AC joint sprain, the former of which didn't allow him to step foot on the practice field until Monday. He was able to build up to a full practice Wednesday, which wasn't a walk-through, according to Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Progressing to that point would seem to suggest that Bradford may be able to start, but both Ian Rapoport of NFL Network and Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News speculated that he'll likely serve as Mark Sanchez's backup. Nevertheless, head coach Chip Kelly has an interesting decision to make in advance of Thursday's 4:30 PM ET kickoff.
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.
Ryans (hamstring) is active Sunday against the Dolphins.
Ryans will suit up for the first time since Week 6, but with a healthy linebacking corps in Philadelphia, his exact role will be a bit unclear. The 31-year-old has 23 combined tackles so far this year, but has made his presence known with both an interception and fumble recovery.
Though Amendola (knee) was present at the start of Wednesday's walk-through practice, per ESPN's Mike Reiss, the wideout was officially listed as a non-participant.
Despite dealing with a sprained knee, Amendola has a chance to play Sunday night against the Broncos, the Boston Herald reports. That said, it wouldn't surprise us if Amendola turns into a game-time decision for the contest, a scenario that could be problematic for his fantasy owners given the Patriots' late kickoff this weekend.
Three injured players have been placed on the inactive list by the Patriots for their season opener Thursday night against Pittsburgh. They are running back Travaris Cadet (hamstring), defensive lineman Trey Flowers (knee) and safety Tavon Wilson (quad).
An illness has kept Collins off the field for three straight games, but there is some hope that he could return to action Sunday night against the Broncos, given that the linebacker was finally healthy enough to return to Gillette Stadium on Wednesday.
Dobson is dealing with a high ankle sprain, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports.
We'd expect the Patriots to rule the wideout out for Sunday night's game against the Broncos later this week, and beyond that it's plausible he will miss additional time. With Julian Edelman out, plus Danny Amendola and Keshawn Martin also hobbled, the Patriots' depth at wideout is currently taxed.
Edelman underwent foot surgery Monday on the Jones fracture he suffered Sunday against the Giants, and he could return in 6-to-8 weeks, according to Albert Breer of NFL Network.
Breer notes that the recovery timeframe is a rough one, so while it could theoretically allow Edelman to return during the postseason, it's certainly no guarantee. Danny Amendola is expected to get an increase in offensive snaps with Edelman sidelined, while Brandon LaFell, Aaron Dobson and Rob Gronkowski could all see more targets as well.
Martin (hamstring) was limited at practice Wednesday.
Despite not having see action since Week 6, Martin's Week 12 status is of some import to the Patriots' offense, given that Julian Edelman is out with a foot injury, Aaron Dobson has a high ankle sprain and Danny Amendola is dealing with a sprained knee. Once Martin is finally able to rejoin the team's lineup, there may be a significant role waiting for him, in light of the rash of injuries that the Patriots have experienced at wideout of late.