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Injuries: Agholor, Celek Leave Game


The Eagles traveled to New York to face the Giants in their final game of the 2015 season. View the full gallery here...

Update (3:35 PM): Midway through the fourth quarter, the Eagles announced that wide receiver Nelson Agholor and tight end Zach Ertz were being evaluated for concussions. 


Entering the final game of the 2015 season, the Eagles will be without two starters on the defensive side of the ball, nose tackle Bennie Logan and cornerback Byron Maxwell, the former of whom was placed on injured reserve on Saturday. Starting in place of those two will be Beau Allen and E.J. Biggers, respectively. After Logan was placed on IR, the team promoted cornerback Randall Evans from their practice squad; he'll be active against the Giants. 

In addition to Logan, who doesn't count towards inactives, and Maxwell, the Eagles will be without quarterback Thad Lewis, wide receivers Seji Ajirotutu and Jonathan Krause, offensive lineman Tanner Hawkinson, linebacker Steven Means, and cornerback Jaylen Watkins.

A concussion will keep Giants safety Craig Dahl out of action, and his backup, Cooper Taylor also has a concussion and will not play. Starting right tackle Marshall Newhouse will also be out with a concussion, and wide receivers Dwayne Harris and Geremy Davis, offensive lineman Emmett Cleary, and defensive end Kerry Wynn round out their seven inactives. 

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