NFL injury report, Week 8: Jimmy Graham, Percy Harvin game-time decisions

Chris Graythen

A few marquee offensive players could miss their Week 8 games with injuries.

The Philadelphia Eagles have had an up and down season, and Michael Vick's injury issues have been a big reason why. In Week 7 against the Cowboys, the Eagles were forced to put Matt Barkley in the game.

Vick will return from his hamstring injury on Sunday. He's officially listed as probable for the game, and with Nick Foles out, Vick should be starting for Philadelphia.

Here are the other notable items from Friday's injury report.

Jimmy Graham is listed a game-time decision after missing practice Wednesday and Thursday

Since the New Orleans Saints had a bye week in Week 7, Jimmy Graham's foot injury hasn't gotten as much attention. But the superstar tight end is a game-time decision after missing two practices and being limited in Friday's practice. The Saints can probably survive Sunday's game against the Bills with or without Graham, but his health is important longterm.

C.J. Spiller listed as doubtful for Sunday's game

C.J. Spiller hasn't been nearly as effective as most expected in 2013. He's dealt with injuries, and his most recent one could keep him out for Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints. He's listed as doubtful with an ankle injury, meaning he's probably a long shot to play.

Percy Harvin's status to be determined Monday

Percy Harvin has made strides in his recovery from a hip injury and could be ready to return as early as Monday's game against the St. Louis Rams. Harvin's status will be determined on Monday. Seattle could certainly use another weapon in the passing game, and Harvin could be the spark they need.

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