Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver
Riley Cooper is probable for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions as he
continues to recover from a broken collarbone sustained in training camp.
Cooper was able to fully participate in practice on all three days this week.
The fifth-round pick in 2010 out of Florida has not played at all this season,
after posting 16 receptions for 315 yards and one touchdown in 2011.
In addition, defensive end Darryl Tapp is listed as probable with a foot issue
that has kept him sidelined for the last two weeks. Linebacker Akeem Jordan,
who has not played since Week 2 thanks to a hamstring problem, participated
fully in practice and is also probable.
Safety Colt Anderson (knee), wide receiver Jason Avant (wrist), running back
Bryce Brown (shoulder), long snapper Jon Dorenbos (ankle), tackle King Dunlap
(hamstring), fullback Stanley Havili (quad), linebacker Mychal Kendricks
(ankle) and defensive tackle Derek Landri (knee) were also listed as probable.
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