Eagles injury tracker, inactives list for Week 14 game vs. Cowboys: All hands are on deck for Philly

Here are your Eagles vs. Cowboys Week 14 inactives lists. We'll also keep track of the game's injuries.

Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia Eagles
Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia Eagles / Mitchell Leff/GettyImages
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63 years is a long time to do anything, but for 63 years, the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys have waged war upon one another. This began on September 30th of 1960. This feud will continue long after we are gone. They renew acquaintances in Week 14 on Sunday Night Football.

We have discussed How successful Dak Prescott has been versus the Eagles ad nauseam. We have beaten the drum about how long it has been since Philly won in Arington. We know how important this game is.

Dallas leads the all-time series by a 73-56 margin. Since Philly's New Years Day win in 2017, the Cowboys have taken eight of the past 13 meetings. The Birds won the most recent in Week 9. Sunday Night Football should provide us with some entertainment.

Eagles injury news: Philadelphia is healthy ahead of Week 14's game versus the Cowboys.

Julio Jones was a limited participant on Friday because of his groin injury, but the Eagles didn't give him any injury designation ahead of Sunday Night Football. Grant Calcaterra (ankle), Fletcher Cox (groin), Zach Cunningham (hamstring), Dallas Goedert (forearm), Darius Slay (knee), and Jack Stoll (knee) were all listed on the injury report as full participants. All are expected to play.

The same can be said for the new guy, Shaquille Leonard. Keep an eye on him. He'll be wearing the number 53 jersey.

The Eagles and Cowboys will announce their Week 14 inactives 90 minutes before kickoff. The lists and all injury updates will be listed below.

Update: Philly and Dallas release their inactives.

Update (2nd quarter): Reed Blankenship left, was evaluated for a concussion, and didn't return.

Update: The Eagles lost Cam Jurgens to a second-half chest injury. He didn't return.