Bradford (shoulder) did not appear limited at Tuesday's practice, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The report comes second-hand from some of the Eagles players, including offensive tackle Lane Johnson, who said he expects Bradford to start Sunday's game against the Patriots. Assuming he officially logs a full practice by the end of the week, Bradford should be ready to make his return.
Ertz (concussion) is practicing Tuesday, NJ.com's Eliot Shorr-Parks reports.
Ertz did get in one limited practice prior to a Thanksgiving loss to the Lions. Although he's yet to make it all the way through the NFL's concussion protocol, the tight end seemingly has a good shot to return for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Quarterback Sam Bradford (shoulder) will also practice Tuesday and could be back for Sunday's game, though it's not clear that his presence would help Ertz's value, as Mark Sanchez seems to love throwing to the 25-year-old tight end.
Mathews (concussion) did not practice Tuesday, but he was present and able to observe the session, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
While Mathews was still unable to get back on the field Tuesday, his presence at Eagles practice represents a step forward in the concussion protocol. Mathews may have a chance to return to action in Week 13, but he will need to be fully cleared in order to do so.