Patrick Robinson said Thursday that he has resolved all his issues, both with the NFL concussion protocol and with defensive backs coach Cory Undlin.
Robinson, the Eagles' nickel cornerback, left Sunday's victory against the New York Giants with a concussion. But before that, during the Eagles' early defensive meltdown, in which the Giants scored touchdowns on their first three possessions, Fox's cameras caught Robinson yelling at Undlin on the sideline. Sidney Jones bear-hugged Robinson and walked him away from the coach.
Robinson was a full practice participant Thursday. He said he has been fully cleared and will play Monday against the Raiders.
"It was just normal football stuff," Robinson said when asked about the clash. "Some things that I did wrong, we kind of had a disagreement. That's something that normally happens on the football field. Three or four minutes later we were cool, it was [back to being] just a normal game."
Left guard Stefen Wisniewski was listed as a partial practice participant with an apparent high ankle sprain. That's the same designation Wisniewski was given last week, when he ended up sitting out the Giants game.
During the time reporters were allowed to watch the early part of Thursday's practice, Wisniewski seemed to be doing more in O-line drills than he had the week before.
Wisniewski said his ankle is "getting better every day," but he is unsure about Monday's game. Asked if he thinks he'll be a game-time decision, Wisniewski said: "We'll see. I'd like to know before then, for myself and to help [backup Chance Warmack] and those guys get ready to go."
Defensive end Derek Barnett (groin) and corner Jalen Mills (ankle) did not practice. Linebacker Mychal Kendricks (foot) was limited.
Wisniewski was Oakland quarterback Derek Carr's center in 2014, Carr's rookie year. He said he hasn't watched the Raiders all that closely this season, but he thinks Carr's struggles might not all be the QB's fault. (The Raiders' scheme has been faulted by many observers.)