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- QB Lamar Jackson (knee): When asked on Monday if Jackson will practice this week, coach John Harbaugh said, "I don't know, I don't have an expectation until I hear more today." Jackson has missed four games straight.
- WR Dante Pettis, who left Sunday's game versus the Lions after being evaluated for a concussion, was discharged from the hospital and flew home separately from the team, per coach Matt Eberflus. Pettis cleared the concussion protocol but will still be evaluated by doctors, per Eberflus.
- RB Tony Pollard (thigh) is expected to practice on Wednesday, head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday. Pollard missed the team's Week 17 game.
- CB L'Jarius Sneed is considered day to day after suffering a hip pointer in Sunday's win over the Broncos, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source. Though the injury resulted in Sneed's early exit, the injury is considered minor, per Rapoport.
- QB Teddy Bridgewater will get imaging done today on what is believed to be a dislocated pinky finger on his throwing hand, but further testing will determine if it is broken, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Good Morning Football Monday. Bridgewater exited Sunday's loss to the Patriots due to the finger injury.
- OT Brian O'Neill suffered a "pretty significant" calf injury on Sunday and there is no timetable for return yet, per coach Kevin O'Connell on Monday.
- QB Mike White is dealing with some rib soreness after Sunday's matchup versus the Seahawks but should be in the lineup for the team's Week 18 game, per coach Robert Saleh.
- G Nate Herbig: The team hopes Herbig will be back in the lineup for Sunday's game versus the Dolphins, per Saleh.
- S Lamarcus Joyner will be out against Miami after re-injuring his hip against the Seahawks, per Saleh.
- QB Jalen Hurts (shoulder) is expected to be available in Week 18 versus the Giants, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday on Good Morning Football. The Eagles have lost the past two games with Hurts out, and will go for their third straight attempt at locking up the NFC East title and No. 1 seed in the NFC on Sunday.
- DE Josh Sweat, who was carted off the field with a neck injury versus the Saints on Sunday, was released from the hospital Sunday night and is considered day to day, per coach Nick Sirianni.
- RB Christian McCaffrey is considered day to day with a mild ankle sprain, per coach Kyle Shanahan.
- RB Elijah Mitchell (knee) is expected to practice this week, which would open his 21-day practice window, per Shanahan.
- WR Deebo Samuel (ankle, knee) is expected to practice this week, per Shanahan.
- OG Aaron Banks suffered a knee sprain and will be out this week, per Shanahan. The team will re-evaluate him after the final regular season game versus the Cardinals.
- LB Dre Greenlaw (back) is still being evaluated, per Shanahan. The hope is Greenlaw won't miss a game, but the team is waiting for tests, Shanahan added.
- WR Tyler Lockett, who briefly exited Sunday's matchup versus the Jets, suffered a lower leg contusion, per coach Pete Carroll.
- LB Jordyn Brooks, who was carted off the field in the second quarter of Sunday's game, had a post-game MRI that revealed he suffered a torn ACL, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source. Coach Pete Carroll said that Brooks has an ACL injury, and it is "legit," but was not specific on the extent of the injury.