LeSean McCoy needs 48 yards to break the Eagles' franchise rushing record. McCoy has 6,491 career yards. Wilbert Montgomery (6,538) has held the record since 1984.
"It's something cool," McCoy said. "I never imagined when I got drafted here that I'd potentially have the chance to hold the rushing record as an Eagle. That's something big. That's something I'm looking forward to. The main goal is just to win the game, obviously, but in the way of doing that, I'd love to accomplish that."
Jeremy Maclin plays wide receiver on the right side for the Eagles. Richard Sherman plays cornerback on the left side for the Seahawks. That means Maclin will likely see much of Sherman on Sunday.
"I guess we'll see," Maclin said. "I saw him follow Dez [Bryant] a little bit. For the most part, we kind of stay on one side as receivers, and he's on my side."
Maclin complimented the Seahawks' secondary, but he has always contended that he's confident he can get open in man-to-man coverage. That does not change this week.
"I like my chances against anybody," Maclin said.
Back to work
Tight end Trey Burton (hamstring) and running back Chris Polk (ankle) returned to practice after missing Tuesday's session. Polk was limited, as was kicker Cody Parkey with a right ankle injury. Quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone) has been declared out for Sunday's game.