PHILADELPHIA -- Eagles running back Jerome Harrison is active for the first time since being acquired by the club Oct. 13. The man who once ran for 286 yards in a game for the Cleveland Browns had trouble picking up the Eagles' offense, but now he's apparently good to go.
He'll be primarily used in the passing game, but I wouldn't expect him to receive more than four or five touches in his first game with the Eagles. Rookie linebacker Keenan Clayton will also be making his debut for the Eagles, and I'm sure he'll have a large role on special teams.
I'm joined at the Linc today by AFC South blogger Paul Kuharsky, who will provide expert analysis on the Colts. He just explained to me why they're wearing 1955 Colts throwback unis today. From my seat, they look more like Michigan State than the Colts. Now, here's a look at the other inactives for the Eagles: