Eagles activate Brandon Graham, Bears rule out Gabe Carimi
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Posted Nov 5, 2011



The Philadelphia Eagles activated defensive end Brandon Graham from the physically unable to perform list today, cutting offensive guard Kyle DeVan to create a roster spot.

The Eagles needed help at defensive end with Juqua Parker doubtful with a sprained ankle.

A former first-round draft pick from Michigan, Graham is expected to be utilized Monday night against the Chicago Bears.

Graham recorded three sacks last season before tearing his anterior cruciate ligament last December against the Dallas Cowboys.
BR> Meanwhile, the Eagles removed running back LeSean McCoy from the injury report. He was sidelined with an illness earlier this week, but returned to practice Friday.

The Bears ruled out offensive tackle Gabe Carimi due to a knee injury.

Lance Lewis is set to start in his place.

The Bears get back wide receiver Earl Bennett for this game after he suffered a chest injury against the New Orleans Saints.

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