McKelvin was released by the Eagles on Wednesday.
McKelvin signed a two-year, $6 million contract with Philadelphia last offseason. In 13 games with the Eagles in 2016, he recorded 43 tackles and two interceptions, including one pick-six. He saw the field on 57.5 percent of the team's defensive snaps, but routinely struggled in man-to-man coverage. He'll be 32 come the start of the 2017 regular season.
McKelvin tallied nine tackles Sunday against the Bengals.
McKelvin tied for the team lead in tackles Sunday, but also helped allow Bengals QB Andy Dalton to rack up over 300 yards passing to go along with a pair of scores. He'll look to get back on track next week against Washington.
McKelvin (concussion) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
McKelvin exited Sunday's game against the Seahawks with a head injury and entered concussion protocol Monday. He then missed practice Wednesday. However, his uninhibited outing on Thursday suggests he'll be full-tilt come Monday night's matchup with the Packers.
McKelvin (concussion) will not participate in practice Wednesday.
Luckily for McKelvin, the Eagles have an extra day to recover and prepare for their Week 12 matchup, which is set for Monday against the Packers. Jalen Mills figures to see reps with the first team in practice while McKelvin remains under the league's concussion protocol.
McKelvin is in the league's concussion protocol.
McKelvin was forced to leave Week 11's contest in the fourth quarter and will now have to be cleared before returning to game action. Look for Jalen Mills to see a starter's share of work as long as McKelvin remains out.
McKelvin was forced to exit Sunday's game against the Seahawks to be evaluated for a head injury.
McKelvin took a blow to the head early in the fourth quarter Sunday. Jalen Mills figures to see extra time the rest of the way if McKelvin can't return.
McKelvin (hamstring) is active for Sunday's Week 7 matchup with the Vikings.
The hamstring injury prevented McKelvin from playing in last week's loss to the Redskins, but after practicing fully from Wednesday through Friday, he'll likely be cleared to take back his spot as one of the starting corners. Look for Ron Brooks, who filled in for McKelvin last week, to move back to the bench.
McKelvin (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
McKelvin didn't play Sunday against the Redskins due to a tweaked hamstring, but was a full participant in every practice this week and doesn't appear in danger of missing a second consecutive game.
McKelvin (hamstring) practiced in full on Wednesday, Martin Frank of the Delaware News Journal reports.
McKelvin's return to full participation this week bodes well for his status heading into Sunday's matchup against the undefeated Vikings. Barring any setbacks throughout the week, he'll be back in the starting lineup at cornerback.
McKelvin (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's Week 6 matchup with the Redskins, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
After failing to practice Wednesday and Thursday, McKelvin returned to limited activity Friday, but that wasn't enough for the Eagles to clear him for Week 6. With McKelvin out, Ron Brooks will pick up a start in the secondary.
McKelvin (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday.
McKelvin had been dealing with a hamstring injury this season, and the issue resurfaced in Sunday's game. He initially was expected to be able to play in Week 6's game against Washington, but his absence from Wednesday's practice adds some doubt to that expectation. McKelvin's status will be clearer based on how he practices over the next couple of days.
McKelvin's hamstring tightened during Sunday's game against the Lions, but he's expected to be ready to play in Philadelphia's Week 6 contest versus Washington.
McKelvin missed the two games prior to Sunday's tilt due to a hamstring injury, and even though a related issue forced him into a brief exit against the Lions, the cornerback eventually was able to return to the action. After that situation, the Eagles will play it safe and keep McKelvin out of Wednesday's practice, the Philadelphia Daily News reports. Nonetheless, the veteran is expected to be healthy enough to play in Sunday's divisional contest versus the Redskins, giving him a positive outlook even though he's slated to remain on the injury report this week.
McKelvin (hamstring) returned to play in Week 5.
McKelvin had exited the contest with a hamstring injury, but the ailment appears to have been minor in nature. He'll slot back in as the Eagles' top corner.
McKelvin is questionable to return to Sunday's game due to a hamstring injury.
As long as McKelvin remains out of the game, expect Jalen Mills to assume starting duties at cornerback.
Eagles' Coach Doug Peterson said that McKelvin (hamstring) will practice in full and play in Sunday's game against the Lions, Martin Frank of the Delaware News Journal reports.
McKelvin sat out the Eagles' past two games due to his hamstring injury, but it appears the bye week was enough for him to get back to full health. He'll be expected to start, bumping Jalen Mills back to a nickel and dime package role.
McKelvin (hamstring) went through practice Monday and expects to play in Sunday's matchup with the Lions, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Prior to the Eagles' Week 4 bye, McKelvin was forced to miss two games in a row while recovering from a hamstring injury. He reportedly went through practice Monday without restrictions and it appears he's trending in the right direction to play on Sunday. Of course, his practice availability the rest of the week will ultimately determine his status, but as of now, McKelvin is slated to make a return to the field. Look for him to move back into a starter's role in the Eagles' secondary.
McKelvin (hamstring) is expected to return in Week 5 against the Lions, according to Eagles coach Doug Pederson.
McKelvin has missed Philadelphia's past two games due to a hamstring injury picked up in the team's season-opener, but should be back in action following the Eagles' Week 4 bye. If that indeed transpires, McKelvin would figure to reclaim his top cornerback position, which would represent an added boost to coordinator Jim Schwartz's current fourth-ranked total defense.
McKelvin (hamstring) will not play in the Eagles' Week 3 matchup with Pittsburgh.
McKelvin sat out the Week 2 win over Chicago due to his hamstring injury and was unable to practice during the week, making his absence for a second straight game unsurprising. Look for Ron Brooks and Jalen Mills to see some extra snaps as long as McKelvin remains out.
McKelvin (hamstring) was not a participant at the Eagles' practice Wednesday.
McKelvin remains day-to-day after missing Monday's win over the Bears due to the hamstring issue. He could return to practice later in the week, but likely with limited participation, as he hopes to be on the field Sunday against the Steelers.
McKelvin (hamstring) is day-to-day according to head coach Doug Pederson, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
McKelvin is in jeopardy of missing another week after suffering a hamstring strain in a Week 1 win over the Browns. His status has improved from week-to-week to day-to-day, so it's possible he takes the practice field later in the week.