"My goal is to play," Alonso said after taking part in the Eagles' Monday practice session.
Alonso, 25, was concussed during an Aug. 9 practice at Lincoln Financial Field. He was defending a sweep play when he collided with 6-foot-6, 320-pound offensive lineman Malcolm Bunche.
It was Alonso's first concussion, he said. He was surprised when it took so long to recover.
"That's why I was out so long," Alonso said. "It was a little scary, just in the sense that it was kind of lingering."
Alonso missed two weeks of practice and did limited work upon his return. He has been held out of both of the Eagles' preseason games so far.
"It's like any other injury," Alonso said. "I had to miss some time, which was unfortunate. But I feel great now."
"They're full go," coach Chip Kelly said. "We're hoping to get them back on the field, barring any setbacks."