Eagles left guard Allen Barbre will return to practice this week after missing two games with a hamstring injury, coach Doug Pederson said Monday.
The Eagles play the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. The line has survived Barbre's absence with veteran Stefen Wisniewski in his place.
"He's played well," Pederson said. "He's been a solid addition in there, been real consistent. A little limited as an athlete, but very smart. Makes up for it with his brain and being in the right position."
Cornerback Nolan Carroll is in the concussion protocol and cannot return to action until he is cleared by an independent neurologist. Pederson said the Eagles do not have plans to add a cornerback.
Other than Carroll, there were no notable injuries in the game. Center Jason Kelce has a quadriceps contusion and defensive tackle Destiny Vaeao has a left calf contusion, but they will both practice this week, the Eagles said.
Safety Terrence Brooks continues to nurse a hamstring injury that kept him out of Sunday's game. Pederson said he did not know if Brooks would practice this week.
Linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill will return to practice after missing three games with a hamstring injury.
Tight end joins practice squad
The Eagles filled their practice squad by signing tight end Marcel Jensen. The 26-year-old Fresno State product has been with six teams since going undrafted in 2014. He takes the spot that opened when cornerback Aaron Grymes was promoted to the active roster last Friday.