The Eagles wide receiver showed up on the injury report on Thursday with an ankle injury. Jeffery had been dealing with a groin injury earlier in the year, but the ankle ailment was new.
Eagles coach Doug Pederson quelled concern that Jeffery would miss Philly's prime-time test in Dallas, telling reporters Friday that, while Jeffery was listed as questionable, he expects the wideout to play Sunday.
Here are the other injuries worth monitoring heading into Week 11:
- Green Bay Packers running back Ty Montgomery (ribs) is likely out for the team's matchup with the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Montgomery will join fellow starting back Aaron Jones -- out for a month with a sprained MCL -- on the sidelines. Expect rookie ball-carrier Jamaal Williams to get most of the RB snaps in their absence.
- Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette (ankle) did not practice Friday. He was limited Wednesday and Thursday. The Jaguars activated defensive back Calvin Pryor and wide recevier Dede Westbrook from injured reserve to the active roster, the club announced Saturday. In a corresponding move, the Jags waived Sheldon Dayand and Jaelen Strong, and placed receiver Arrelious Benn (knee) on injured reserve.
- Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters running back Danny Woodhead made it through most of what Baltimore did in practice this week. Woodhead, who has been out since tearing his hamstring in Week 1, is eligible to come off injured reserve this weekend. Harbaugh said whether Woodhead plays against the Packers on Sunday will be decided by doctors and trainers.
- Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said defensive end Everson Griffen (foot) made it through practice this week and is expected to play versus the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, though he was again listed as questionable. Right tackle Mike Remmers had a setback in concussion protocol and will not play, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported.
- Tennessee Titans coach Mike Mularkey said safety Kevin Byard, who suffered a shoulder injury in Thursday night's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, should be fine for next week's game against the Indianapolis Colts. Mularkey said linebacker Brian Orakpo suffered a leg injury, but it isn't deemed to be serious.
- Texans wide receiver Will Fuller (ribs) has been ruled out. Running back Alfred Blue (hamstring) did not practice Friday and is questionable.
- Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said doctors had to re-set his jaw after he took a hit against the Cardinals last week. Wilson added that he nearly broke his jaw and was on a mostly liquid diet while wearing a special mouthguard for part of the week. Wilson said he's feeling better, though his jaw remains sore.
- New England Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan (shoulder) and offensive lineman Marcus Cannon (ankle) will not play against the Oakland Raiders in Mexico City. Wide receiver Danny Amendola (knee), tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder/hamstring) and defensive lineman Malcom Brown (ankle) are questionable.