Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Jackson, Samuel playing; Justice inactive

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson and cornerback Asante Samuel are active for the Eagles and will start in today's game against the New York Giants.

Jackson, Samuel playing; Justice inactive

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Wide receiver DeSean Jackson and cornerback Asante Samuel are active for the Eagles and will start in today's game against the New York Giants.

Tackle Winston Justice, however, was held out with a knee sprain and did not dress despite taking the trip up the New Jersey Turnpike on Saturday. King Dunlap will start in his place at right tackle.

Jackson (foot) and Samuel (knee) were limited at practice all week and were listed as questionable on Friday. Jackson hurt his foot last week against the Cowboys and Samuel missed the previous three games.

Justice has now missed the last two games.

Also from Justice, cornerback Brandon Hughes, linebacker Stewart Bradley, linebacker Keenan Clayton, tackle Austin Howard, defensive end Derrick Burgess, tight end Garrett Mills and Mike Kafka is the third quarterback.

 

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