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Wolff doubtful for the Vikings; Chung likely to start again

The Eagles listed safety Earl Wolff as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Vikings.

Wolff doubtful for the Vikings; Chung likely to start again

Eagles safety Earl Wolff. (Steve Nesius/AP file photo)
Eagles safety Earl Wolff. (Steve Nesius/AP file photo)

The Eagles listed safety Earl Wolff as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Vikings.

The team released its injury report following Friday's light practice. Wolff has missed three games with a knee injury. He practiced this week for the first time since injuring his knee against the Packers on Nov. 10, but he was limited.

Patrick Chung will start if Wolff is held out. Wolff said on Thursday that he would travel with the team to Minnesota and would be a game-time decision.

Reserve linebacker Najee Goode (hamstring) was also listed as doubftul.

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Cornerback Cary Williams was added to the practice report on Thursday after he apparently injured his hamstring. The Eagles released the practice report after Eagles coaches and players had spoke. Williams was not in the locker room following practice. The Eagles listed him as probable, though, on Friday. A source close to Williams said that he should play, baring a setback.

Cornerback Brandon Boykin (hip) was the only other Eagles player on the injury report and he was listed as probable.

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