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Dunlap, Jordan Out For Eagles

Head coach Andy Reid announced that offensive tackle King Dunlap and linebacker Akeem Jordan are out for this Sunday's game against the Giants due to injury. The good news is that wide receiver Jeremy Maclin will return to the starting lineup.

Dunlap will miss his second straight game with a hamstring injury. Demetress Bell will start at left tackle. Jordan suffered a hamstring injury against the Cardinals. Jamar Chaney and Brian Rolle split the practice reps at weakside linebacker.

Three Eagles are questionable - safety Colt Anderson (knee), wide receiver Riley Cooper (collarbone) and long snapper Jon Dorenbos (ankle). Dorenbos was limited in Friday's practice as Reid said that he's "50-50" for the game. The Eagles have not promoted long snapper Kyle Nelson from the practice squad, but have until 4 PM on Saturday if they want to do so.

Cooper has not played in a game this season. He fractured his collarbone early in Training Camp. This is the first week in which he was a full participant in all three practices. Anderson was a full participant in Friday's practice as well.

Maclin is back in the lineup after missing last week's Arizona game with a hip injury. He is probable as is linebacker Jamar Chaney (knee), defensive end Trent Cole (shoulder), wide receiver Damaris Johnson (foot), defensive tackle Derek Landri (knee) and running back LeSean McCoy (rib).

Cole was added to the injury report Friday, while defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (migraines) was removed.

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