Earl Wolff Among Eagles Inactives Against Vikings

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Wolff MNEagles safety Earl Wolff will miss his fourth consecutive game with a knee injury Sunday. 

As the Philadelphia Eagles go for their first six-game winning streak since 2009, rookie safety Earl Wolff will be inactive against the Minnesota Vikings. 

Earlier this week, Wolff who has not played since injuring his knee against the Green Bay Packers on november 10th, said he hoped to be a game-time decision.

Also inactive for the Eagles are quarterback Matt Barkley, cornerback Curtis Marsh, running back Matthew Tucker, linebacker Najee Goode, offensive tackles Matt Tobin and Dennis Kelly

For Minnesota, it will be tough sledding in the run game as both Adrian Peterson and his primary backup Toby Gerhart are out. Matt Asiata is the last man standing in the Minnesota backfield and will get the start today in spite of not having a carry all season. 

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