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Eagles' Jordan Matthews: Practices in full Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Matthews (knee) practiced fully Thursday.

For the second consecutive week, Matthews is following up a limited session Wednesday with a full showing one day later, all but clearing him for Sunday's showdown with the Cowboys. Knee tendinitis may continue to hinder his effectiveness on game day, as it did this past Sunday in a three-catch, 10-yard performance against the Vikings. He'll have an easier path to success, though, versus Dallas' 21st ranked pass defense.

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Eagles' Jason Peters: Fully participates Wednesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Peters (biceps) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Peters was sidelined late during Sunday's win over the Vikings due to a biceps injury, but he appears to have avoided any major issue as he should be able to play Week 8 versus the Cowboys.

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Eagles' Jordan Matthews: Limited Wednesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Matthews (knee) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday.

Matthews kicked off last week in a similar fashion, only to log full sessions both Thursday and Friday. Because knee tendinitis can linger, the Eagles may be taking a similar approach with their No. 1 wide receiver, especially coming off a season-worst 10 receiving yards Sunday against the Vikings. If he can put the injury behind him, he could bounce back in Week 8 against a Cowboys defense that has conceded seven touchdowns to wideouts in six games to date.

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Eagles' Ryan Mathews: Still has coach's confidence
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Head coach Doug Pederson said he isn't down on Mathews despite the running back's two fourth-quarter fumbles in the past three games, Reuben Frank of CSN Philadelphia reports.

Pederson did say the team will consider whether fatigue may be an issue, perhaps turning to Wendell Smallwood or Darren Sproles in clock-killing situations. Considering the two fumbles occurred on Mathews' ninth and 14th carries of the respective games, it doesn't seem fatigue is the real problem. The seventh-year running back has always had a bit of an issue with ball security, and his two fumbles have simply occurred at more noticeable times this season. The first essentially cost the Eagles a Week 4 contest in Detroit, whereas Sunday's fumble had no real impact on a game with an 18-point margin and under five minutes remaining. While comparing the two feels like a stretch, there's little question Mathews will be in danger of losing work if he continues to fumble. He's already been splitting time with Smallwood and Sproles, taking only 11, nine and 14 carries over the past three games.

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Eagles' Taylor Hart: Claimed by Eagles
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Eagles claimed Hart off waivers Monday.

The Eagles had an open roster spot after placing cornerback Ron Brooks (quadriceps) on the IR and subsequently claimed Hart off waivers. The 25-year-old was recently waived by the 49ers, with whom he recorded two tackles in one game played.

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