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Maclin, Dunlap Among Eagles' Inactives

The biggest inactives for the Eagles came as no surprise as wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and offensive tackle King Dunlap were declared out for Sunday's game on Friday due to injury. Maclin is sidelined with a hip injury and Dunlap is out with a hamstring injury.

Head coach Andy Reid did not reveal who would start for Maclin except saying that the Eagles will mix and match personnel. Damaris Johnson is listed as the No. 2 X-receiver on the depth chart.

Demetress Bell will start for Dunlap, marking his first start as an Eagle. Also making his first career start is Dallas Reynolds at center. Reynolds replaces Jason Kelce, who was placed on Injured Reserve with a knee injury this past week. Dennis Kelly is the lone backup tackle behind Bell and right tackle Todd Herremans.

Here are the rest of the inactives for the Eagles: wide receiver Riley Cooper, running back Dion Lewis, defensive end Vinny Curry, offensive lineman Nate Menkin and quarterback Trent Edwards.

Wilson Out For Cardinals

The Cardinals defense will be without it Pro Bowl strong safety in Adrian Wilson, who is out with a groin and ankle injury. Rashad Johnson starts in his place, but he was questionable for this game with a hamstring injury. Arizona will also be without tight end Todd Heap, who is sidelined with a knee injury.

Here are the rest of the Cardinals' inactives: wide receiver LaRon Byrd, quarterback John Skelton, running back William Powell, guard Senio Kelemete and offensive tackle Pat McQuistan.

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