Eagles vs Dolphins Week 7 injury tracker, inactives list: Philly looks to bounce back on Sunday Night Football

The Eagles and Dolphins released their inactive reports ahead of kickoff. Bookmark this one. We'll advise you of injuries if they occur.
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Some say that this is one of those games where we'll learn how good the Philadelphia Eagles are. Others say the Miami Dolphins are overrated and that this contest has no bearing on anything of the sort. Why would we expect anything else? Welcome to Week 7 in the NFL.

Some say the Fins haven't played anyone and they're destined to be embarrassed by the Birds in prime time. Others predict Philly will lose. Hey, what do we expect? The margin between winning and losing is slim at football's highest level.

Sunday Night Football is loaded with subplots. The Birds are wearing throwbacks. There will be stars all over the field. How about that Tyreek Hill fella? There's no way to stop him, but that doesn't mean the Birds don't have the stuff to challenge Miami's high-powered offensive attack.

The Birds have dropped two straight to the guys from Southern Miami (2019 and 2015). The Fins' winning streak ends tonight. Thankfully, Philly is healthier for this one than they were in Week 6 versus the New York Jets.

The Eagles and Dolphins announce their Week 7 inactives ahead of Sunday Night Football.

Reed Blankenship and Bradley Roby were both healthy for Week 6's game versus the Jets. They both left with injuries. Both are out tonight.

Darius Slay, Sydney Brown, and Jalen Carter sat out of action a week ago. All three are available for action.

We were worried about whether or not DeVonta Smith and Lane Johnson would be able to go. Both will be in the lineup. Philly, just days after signing Julio Jones to the practice squad, elevated him and Mekhi Garner to the active roster for this one.

90 minutes before kickoff, both teams announced tonight's inactives. There aren't many surprises on either side.

All you can ask is that guys who can give it a go will. This isn't an 'all hands on deck' scenario, but Philly is relatively healthy. That will give them a nice chance at winning.

Bookmark this one. We'll keep you abreast of injuries as they occur.

Updates: Isaiah Wynn is hurt.