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Eagles vs. Giants Inactives

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Cornerback Darius Slay and wide receiver DeVonta Smith will miss today's game due to injuries while running back D'Andre Swift is inactive with an illness.

Find out who else is inactive for the regular-season finale.

DT Fletcher Cox: The veteran is inactive for the second time this season.

QB Tanner McKee (3rd QB): The rookie will serve as the emergency quarterback and can only play if Jalen Hurts and Marcus Mariota get injured.

CB Darius Slay: The veteran will miss his fourth consecutive game as he works his way back from knee surgery.

WR DeVonta Smith: The receiver did not practice all week and is out with an ankle injury.

OL Tyler Steen: With eight offensive linemen active, Steen will not dress.

RB D'Andre Swift: The running back will miss today's game with an illness.

Cornerback Darius Slay returned to practice this week after having knee surgery in mid-December. The veteran will be inactive for the fourth straight game but is hopeful that he will return for the playoffs.

Wide receiver DeVonta Smith will miss the first game of his career after suffering an ankle injury late in the fourth quarter of last week's game, ending his streak of 50 consecutive games played. Smith did not practice all week.

Running back D'Andre Swift was added to the injury report on Friday, practicing in a limited capacity due to an illness. However, Swift will not play, missing his first game as an Eagle.

Linebacker Zach Cunningham, who was inactive for the last three games because of a knee injury, returns to the field today as the Eagles get fully healthy at linebacker.

The Eagles elevated safety Tristin McCollum from the practice squad yesterday. He will make his third appearance this season. The second-year pro has played 37 snaps this year, all on special teams.

The Giants will be without starting center John Michael Schmitz and cornerback Deonte Banks, who are inactive due to injuries.


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