Friday, July 31, 2015

Maclin set to play

MIAMI -- Jeremy Maclin is active and set to play Sunday despite being downgraded to questionable Saturday. He briefly tested his tender hamstring here in Miami before the game.

Maclin set to play

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MIAMI -- Jeremy Maclin is active and set to play Sunday despite being downgraded to questionable Saturday. He briefly tested his tender hamstring here in Miami before the game.

The Eagles are also going young at several positions. Phillip Hunt is active at defensive end, ahead of Brandon Graham and Juqua Parker, who are both inactive. Third round pick Curtis Marsh will dress at cornerback, ahead of Brandon Hughes.

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is also active after missing the past three games with an ankle injury.

Other inactives are: Steve Smith, Julian Vandervelde, Winston Justice and Greg Lloyd.

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The decision on Smith is also interesting. He hasn't worked out at all at wide receiver and the Eagles are going with Chad Hall instead today.

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