PHILADELPHIA -- Donovan McNabb's bruised chest won't keep the quarterback out of the starting lineup for the Eagles' home opener Sunday against San Francisco. Coach Andy Reid said Friday that McNabb would be in there "unless something crazy happens." McNabb, who was injured in the first quarter in the Eagles' 14-10 season-opening loss at Atlanta on Monday night, practiced for the second straight day Friday. He looked fine during running drills, dropping back and making little-defended passes with ease. McNabb didn't miss any plays after a crushing hit from Chad Lavalais sent him wincing to the sideline, but he struggled the rest of the game against the Falcons. Lavalais was fined $7,500 for using his helmet on McNabb. McNabb missed practice Wednesday.