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Eagles Beat Giants 19-17 After Lawrence Tynes Missed FG

On the night Brian Dawkins had his number retired, the Eagles scored a dramatic win over their rival New York Giants

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Vick fine despite suffering knee contusion

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick suffered a knee contusion against the New York Giants on Sunday night, but Andy Reid said Vick will be fine to practice on Wednesday.


LeSean McCoy's knee is 'fine'

LeSean McCoy has some minor swelling in his knee, but he should be fine moving forward.


Eagles remain healthy against 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 He's been replaced by Jamar Chaney and is also uncertain for next weekend's clash against the Pittsburgh Steelers.


Eagles host Giants in SNF showdown

The Eagles host the Giants Sunday in a primetime contest at Lincoln Financial Field (8:20 p.m. ET on NBC).


Most experts like the Giants to beat the Eagles

Despite the Eagles being the favorites in Vegas, most experts have picked the Giants to beat Philadelphia in Week 4.


Maclin returns to practice for Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin was a full participant in Wednesday's practice after missing last Sunday's game against the Cardinals with a hip contusion. While Maclin practiced, rookie DT Fletcher Cox was among the Eagles who did not participate. Cox missed practice due to migraines and is going to visit the doctor on Thursday, but expects to play Sunday night against the New York Giants.

Also missing practice for the Eagles were OT King Dunlap (hamstring), LB Akeem Jordan (hamstring), LS Jon Dorenbos (ankle) and S Colt Anderson (knee). Dunlap is expected to miss his second straight game and Demetress Bell will start in his place. The Eagles did get WR Riley Cooper back at practice on Wednesday; he has yet to play this season after breaking his collarbone.

The Giants had a handful of injuries as well, including WR Hakeem Nicks who did not participate due to the foot injury that kept him out of their Week 3 contest. Also missing Wednesday's practice for the Giants were OT David Diehl (knee), CB Michael Coe (hamstring), CB Jayron Hosley (hamstring) and LB Keith Rivers (hamstring). Safety Antrel Rolle was limited with a knee injury. The Giants did have RB Ahmad Bradshaw back at practice, and he is expected to start against the Eagles.

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