10/22 18:21 CDT Giants, Eagles get veteran receivers back for game
Giants, Eagles get veteran receivers back for game
PHILADELPHIA (AP) --- The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles each have a
veteran wide receiver returning from injury for their game Thursday night.
Sterling Shepard is back for the Giants after being placed on injured reserve
because of turf toe following Week 2.
DeSean Jackson is back for the Eagles after missing three games with a
hamstring injury. Philadelphia also gets right tackle Lane Johnson back after
he missed one game with an ankle injury.
The Eagles placed tight end Zach Ertz (ankle) on injure reserve earlier in the
day. Running back Miles Sanders (knee), defensive tackle Malik Jackson (quad),
offensive lineman Jack Driscoll (ankle) and safety K'Von Wallace (shoulder) are
inactive for Philadelphia after getting hurt in the last game.
The other inactive players for the Eagles are quarterback Nate Sudfeld, wide
receiver Alshon Jeffery (foot) and wide receiver Quez Watkins.
The inactive players for the Giants are wide receiver C.J. Board, cornerback
Darnay Holmes, safety Adrian Colbert, offensive lineman Jackson Barton, tight
end Eric Tomlinson, and defensive ends RJ McIntosh and Jabaal Shepard.
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