Friday, March 27, 2015

Keelan Johnson to make Eagles debut

There were no surprises among the Eagles inactives. Quarterback Matt Barkley remained inactive, which is confirmation that the Eagles are not planning to sit their starters.

Keelan Johnson to make Eagles debut

Keelan Johnson during the scouting combine. (Michael Conroy/AP file)
Keelan Johnson during the scouting combine. (Michael Conroy/AP file)

There were no surprises among the Eagles inactives. Quarterback Matt Barkley remained inactive, which is confirmation that the Eagles are not planning to sit their starters.

Safeties Kurt Coleman and Colt Anderson were both declared out because of injures. Cornerback Curtis Marsh, running back Matthew Tucker, and tackles Matt Tobin and Dennis Kelly were inactive. 

Safety Keelan Johnson will make his Eagles debut. He was promoted from the practice squad this week.

For the Bears, the inactives are:, quarterback Jordan Palmer, wide receiver Marquess Wilson, defensive tackle Christian Tupou, tackle Joe Long, tackle/guard James Brown, tackle Jonathan Scott, and defensive end Cornelius Washington. 

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The Eagles captains are Jon Dorenbos, Evan Mathis, and Connor Barwin. The honorary captain is former linebacker William Thomas. 

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