Eagles cornerback Randall Goforth tore his anterior cruciate ligament in Friday's practice session, ending the season of the undrafted rookie.

Goforth signed with the Eagles after the draft. He started 44 career games at UCLA and had 10 interceptions. The Eagles now have eight healthy cornerbacks.

"It's unfortunate," coach Doug Pederson said. "It's a disappointing injury for him as a young player."

Eagles defensive lineman Elijah Qualls injured his groin and is missing Sunday's practice session. Defensive end Alex McCalister has a a hamstring injury and is out of practice for the second consecutive day.


Quarterback Nick Foles remains sidelined with an elbow injury. Pederson said it's "not serious at all."

"Just soreness in his elbow," Pederson said. "He'll be fine. We'll monitor that day-by-day."


Wide receiver Alshon Jeffery missed a few snaps during Saturday's practice session after landing on his shoulder, but Jeffery returned to practice. He is back on the field Sunday. Same with right tackle Lane Johnson, who had a player roll on him during Saturday's session.

"Both of those guys are healthy," Pederson said. "They'll go today."