"I just have to be comfortable out there," Wolff said. "I felt like I could have went out there Sunday, possibly, but it wasn't the best decision for the team. I felt like I would have hurt the team more than I helped the team."
Safety Colt Anderson continued to miss practice with a knee injury. Center Julian Vandervelde is still out with a back injury.
Boykin in the slot
Cornerback Brandon Boykin finished the season playing 51 percent of the Eagles' snaps on defense. He was tied for second in the NFL with six interceptions. But the coaches still won't find a way to play him more; they're convinced that Boykin has flourished partly because he has played exclusively in the slot.
"I really think, and I believe this, that one of the reasons that he's grown like he's grown and made the plays that he's making is because we've allowed him to specialize and really focus on the nickel position and how to play," defensive coordinator Bill Davis said. "I think that's a product of specialization and really knowing exactly and playing a position with confidence, and that's how you win."
Eagles fans no longer can complain that LeSean McCoy does not get enough carries. His 1,607 rushing yards and 314 carries were the most in the NFL. McCoy also had 52 receptions, finishing the season with 366 touches.
Offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur said he's not surprised McCoy has stayed fresh this season.
"Well, he's gotten a lot of work, for sure," Shurmur said. "He's embraced what had we do behind the scenes. I think he's done a good job of taking care of his body. He understands the importance of work, rest, and recovery, and I think it's paying off for him."
The Eagles reminded fans that downloaded tickets for the game at Lincoln Financial Field must be printed. They cannot be shown on a mobile device to enter the stadium.