The Eagles return to practice with a light session Monday, have Tuesday off and then return to regular schedule Wednesday in advance of Sunday's game with Indianapolis.
When Sean McDermott was asked in the wake of the Tennessee meltdown if he anticipated making any changes in his secondary, McDermott demurred.
But we can be pretty sure he isn’t benching rookie free safety Nate Allen, who had been a tremendous success story before last week.
Corner Ellis Hobbs is the guy on the bubble. While many observers understood why McDermott didn’t want to ask Samuel to play the other side of the field in the fourth quarter at Tennessee without having practiced there, it was harder to understand why McDermott wouldn’t give Joselio Hanson or Dimitri Patterson a shot at staying within the same area code as Kenny Britt, as Hobbs pretty much imploded.