Eagles Injury Report: Philadelphia remains healthy in win over Giants

The Philadelphia Eagles are feeling good about themselves following a 19-17 defeat of the arch-rival New York Giants on Sunday night.

Philadelphia came into the contest a little bruised up, but they appear to have escaped without much further damage. Nnamdi Asomugha suffered an eye injury in the first half of the game but was able to return with a visor on his helmet. Original reports that Asomugha went to the hospital turned out to be incorrect.

Safety and special teams star Colt Anderson wasn't able to suit up against Big Blue due to a knee injury, and his status remains up in the air for Week 5.

Linebacker Akeem Jordan was also held out of Sunday's NFC East tilt with a hamstring ailment. Jordan is a solid young playmaker who the Eagles have missed. He's been replaced by Jamar Chaney and is also uncertain for next weekend's clash against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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