Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid said Monday that there's a 'pretty good' chance that WR DeSean Jackson (concussion), OLT Jason Peters (knee) and DT Brodrick Bunkley (elbow) will be able to play at home in two weeks against the Indianapolis Colts. Philadelphia is on their bye in Week Eight. However, Reid said backup DT Antonio Dixon will likely take the majority of playing time since Bunkley will be eased back in initially.
Michael Vick (ribs), who dressed as the the third quarterback for yesterday's game at the Tennessee Titans, will start against the Colts if he's healthy enough to play.
The only injury of note sustained against the Titans was to backup OT King Dunlap (knee hyperextension/bone bruise), who started his second straight game for Peters. Reid said Dunlap will need all the time available over the next two weeks go get healthy. Should Dunlap and Peters not be able to play against the Colts, starting LG Todd Herremans is the likely replacement at left tackle.
-- Adam Caplan