Falcons vs. Eagles, Week 8: Philadelphia guard Danny Watkins doubtful

Jim McIsaac

Philadelphia could be without one of its starting offensive linemen on Sunday.

The Philadelphia Eagles updated their injury report on Friday and could be without two players against the Atlanta Falcons this weekend. Offensive guard Danny Watkins (ankle) is listed as doubtful, while defensive end Phillip Hunt (calf) is questionable. Watkins wasn't able to practice on Thursday or Friday, though Hunt has been able to fully participate in workouts all week.

Watkins has started all six games for the Eagles this season and has a total of 18 starts for the team over the course of his career. Hunt has played in every game as a reserve.

Safeties Nate Allen (hamstring) and Colt Anderson (knee), free safety Kurt Coleman (shoulder), long snapper Jon Dorenbos (ankle) and defensive tackle Cedric Thornton (hand) are all listed as probable. All five fully participated in practice Friday.

Allen and Coleman represent half of Philadelphia's starting secondary, while Anderson and Thornton have been coming off the bench.

The game between the Eagles and Falcons on Sunday is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET.

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