The Eagles said Tuesday that LeSean McCoy is still in the first phase of a five-stage process to return from a concussion, making it unlikely that McCoy will play Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys.
In other injury news, defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has a bruised tailbone and is unlikely to practice on Wednesday. Offensive tackle King Dunlap has a strained medial collateral ligament and will not practice. Fullback Stanley Havili has an ankle sprain, as does center Dallas Reynolds.
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson, whose multiple broken ribs will sideline him for at least six weeks, was placed on injured reserve designated to return - a precautionary designation that will likely be irrelevant because the Eagles cannot make the postseason.