Jalen Reagor was a full participant in practice Thursday, the strongest sign yet that the rookie first-round pick might be able to play Sunday.
Reagor, the rookie receiver from TCU, suffered a small tear in his left shoulder on Aug. 30 during practice at the Linc and was initially expected to miss several weeks of action.
But he returned to practice Wednesday on a limited basis and was a full participant Thursday, three days before the Eagles open the regular season in Washington.
One concerning new injury that popped up on Thursday’s official injury report was Corey Clement’s quad injury. Clement, who has been injured much of the last two seasons, was listed as limited, which could mean he left practice early after suffering the injury or he only participated in some drills.
The Eagles do have their two undrafted rookies — Adrian Killins and Michael Warren — as well as second-year pro Elijah Holyfield on the practice squad.
Huntley, Killins, Warren and Holyfield have all never played a snap in the NFL.
Carson Wentz, who didn’t practice last week because of a lower-body soft tissue injury, was a full participant for a second straight day and is on target to make his fourth opening-day start.
Defensive ends Genard Avery (out since Aug. 26 with a lower-body injury) and Vinny Curry (out since Aug. 25 with lower-body), who both also returned Wednesday, were full participants for a second straight day and are no longer on the team’s injury report.