WR Brown returns to Eagles’ practice

For years, Eagles fans screamed for Philadelphia to get quarterback Donovan McNabb more targets. This week, it looks like he will have another to go along with DeSean Jackson.

Eagles wide receiver Reggie Brown went through a full practice Wednesday and now is expected to play Sunday for the first time since he pulled his hamstring in the second preseason game against Carolina. Eagles coach Andy Reid did not say whether Brown will start Sunday, but more than likely, Brown will be worked into a role on a certain package of plays.

The bigger question is whether the Eagles will have Pro Bowl guard Shawn Andrews, who did not practice Wednesday due to back spasms. The Eagles will list Andrews as questionable for Sunday’s game versus Pittsburgh. If he can’t play, Max Jean-Gilles will start in his place.

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