Even though he practiced both Wednesday and Thursday, Brian Westbrook didn't take any repetitions at practice today and is listed as questionable for Sunday's showdown against the Cowboys.
Nevertheless, coach Andy Reid reiterated Wednesday's statement that Westbrook was "good to go" after missing last week's game against the Giants because of a concussion he suffered against the Redskins. According to Reid, Westbrook didn't have a recurrance of a headache and was held out as a precaution. The Eagles have lessened Westbrook's Friday load before.
Linebacker Chris Gocong, meanwhile, missed his third straight day of practice and was listed as doubtful. Defensive end Victor Abiamiri (knee) was also doubtful. Gocong has quadriceps and hamstring injuries. If he can't play, rookie Moise Fokou will earn his first career NFL start.
Defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley (knee), safety Macho Harris (ankle) and cornerback Dimitri Patterson (quadriceps, hand) were also listed as questionable. Reid said he felt confident that Bunkley would be able to play.
He also felt fairly sure about the availability of the following players who were listed as probable: defensive end Chris Clemons (shoudler, elbow), guard Nick Cole (knee), guard Todd Herremans (foot), defensive end Darren Howard (ankle), wide receiver DeSean Jackson (foot), guard Max Jean-Gilles (shoulder), wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (foot) and tackle Jason Peters (ankle).
Wide receiver Kevin Curtis (knee) is out.