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QB Nick Foles highlights Eagles' inactives against vs. Cowboys

With only quarterback Nick Foles declared out for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys and every other player probable, there were no surprises among the seven players inactive for the Eagles.

Foles is the biggest name of the group and will undergo an evaluation on Monday on his broken collarbone. Tight end Trey Burton is back after missing last week's loss to Seattle with a hamstring injury. Wide receiver Josh Huff left the Seahawks game with a hip injury, but he's healthy enough to play Sunday.

The other inactives are: safety Jerome Couplin, defensive back Jaylen Watkins, offensive lineman Julian Vandervelde, offensive lineman Dennis Kelly, wide receiver Jeff Maehl, and defensive end Taylor Hart.

Couplin was signed on Wednesday off of the Detroit Lions' practice squad. Watkins, the Eagles' fourth-round pick, has played only three games this season. Vandervelde and Kelly are usually inactive when the offensive line is healthy. Jeff Maehl dressed last week when Burton was out, but he is now back on the sideline. Hart, the Eagles' fifth-round pick, has not played this season.