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According to Jason Garrett, if a player is healthy
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enough to play, he will play Sunday against the Eagles -- despite nothing being on the line. But don't expect left tackle Tyron Smith to play. He lasted three snaps last week against Seattle before realizing his sprained right knee could not hold up. Byron Bell will start for Smith, who has dealt with back, groin and hip injuries. So there is no reason for him to risk further injury. Right tackle La'el Collins and linebacker Anthony Hitchens have been managed through the week as they dealt with injuries and they are expected to play as well. -- Todd Archer
Tight end Evan Engram (ribs) and wide receiver Sterling Shepard (neck) left last week's loss to the Cardinals early. They were at practice Wednesday and stretched before heading off to the side and onto the stationary bikes. The Giants' top two weapons might be a stretch to be ready by Sunday for the finale in a 2-13 season. -- Jordan Raanan
Wednesday's practice report is only an estimation since it was a walk-through, but defensive end Brandon Graham was listed as a nonparticipant. With the No. 1 seed locked up, the Eagles can afford to rest players in the regular-season finale against the Cowboys. Graham is a good candidate. -- Tim McManus
All of Washington's injured players have mostly been shut down for the season, but there are some questions at linebacker. Zach Brown is unlikely to play Sunday against the Giants with an Achilles/knee issue, and rookie Ryan Anderson might play despite sitting out again because of a knee injury. Without Brown, Washington would start a combo of Zach Vigil and Martrell Spaight. Vigil's ability to communicate well has helped the defense and Spaight has been solid. Anderson has been a backup all season. -- John Keim
Right tackle Bobby Massie was held out of Wednesday's practice because of a knee injury he suffered in last week's win over Cleveland. Massie missed only one game since the Bears signed him in the 2016 offseason, but the veteran is a question mark for the regular-season finale at Minnesota. Starting guard Josh Sitton was the only other player to sit out Wednesday because of an ankle injury. Sitton is doubtful to play again in 2017. The team holds an option worth up to $8 million on Sitton for 2018. -- Jeff Dickerson
Cornerback Nevin Lawson (concussion) still did not practice Wednesday, so monitoring his progress for the regular-season finale will be something to watch. So, too, will be T.J. Lang's foot injury. At this point, the Lions have to make decisions on whether it is worth it to risk the health of some guys heading into the offseason James Neal Authentic Jersey versus playing a little bit more. -- Michael Rothstein
It looks as if the Packers will be without both Davante Adams and Jordy Nelson for the season finale against the Lions. Although coach Mike McCarthy hasn't ruled either of them out yet, Adams remains in the concussion protocol, and even if he's cleared, why would the Packers risk playing him after his third concussion in 14 months? Nelson did not practice because of a shoulder injury. A third receiver, Geronimo Allison went home sick Wednesday, leaving the team thin at the position. -- Rob Demovsky
The Vikings signed long snapper Jeff Overbaugh on Tuesday after Kevin McDermott dislocated his left shoulder against Sean Doolittle Jersey the Packers. Defensive tackle Shamar Stephen missed practice Wednesday because of the ankle injury Aaron Lynch Jersey he sustained in Green Bay, as did cornerback Tramaine Brock (foot) and center Pat Elflein (shoulder). Elflein's shoulder injury held him out of practice ahead of the Carolina game and kept him limited for two days last week. Kyle Rudolph is still battling an injured ankle from the Panthers game but has been able to play the Brendan Langley Authentic Jersey past two games. -- Courtney Cronin
Tight end Levine Toilolo injured a knee -- but no tear -- in last week's loss to the Saints and was held out of practice Wednesday. It might not look like a big loss on paper, but Toilolo has established a niche as a pretty solid blocker while breaking free for an occasional catch. If Toilolo can't go, then rookie Eric Saubert, who has been battling a back injury, would have to step in as the second tight end behind Austin Hooper. -- Vaughn McClure
Guard Trai Turner was back working with the first team in practice Wednesday after missing the past two games because of a concussion. Barring a setback, the Pro Bowler should be cleared from concussion protocol in time for Sunday's game at Atlanta. Wide receiver Russell Shepard, who missed last week's game because of a shoulder injury, also should be back. He'll help fill the role of Damiere Byrd, who suffered a season-ending leg injury in the win over Tampa Bay. -- David Newton
Wide receiver Michael Thomas was limited in Wednesday's practice, saying the team wants to be "smart" about his workload after a hamstring injury limited him to 40 snaps this past Sunday. Thomas said he "felt good" after playing through the injury, which he had suffered at the end of last Friday's practice. So chances are he'll be close to full speed by this Sunday. Meanwhile, fellow receiver Brandon Coleman missed Wednesday's practice because of a neck injury and left tackle Terron missed because of a thigh injury, leaving their status uncertain. -- Mike Triplett

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