Giants vs. Eagles Injury Report

The Giants go into Sunday's game against the Eagles shorthanded as tight end Jeremy Shockey (knee) and cornerback Ralph Brown (shoulder) are out. <BR><BR>

Wide receiver Tim Carter (concussion) and defensive end Kenny Holmes (knee) are both expected to play as they are listed as probable. Wide receiver Ike Hilliard (knee/ankle) is questionable and sat out Wednesday's practice. He stated that he has every intention to play.

The Eagles will also go into Sunday with plenty of injuries themselves. Guard John Welbourn (knee) is doubtful and key contributors in safety Brian Dawkins (foot), defensive tackle Darwin Walker (abdomen), and a few others are questionable. The Eagles, however, have gone through the entire season banged up but have managed to put together an impressive 6-3 record including a 14-10 victory over the Giants in Week 7.

New York Giants

OUT: CB Ralph Brown (shoulder); TE Jeremy Shockey (knee)

QUESTIONABLE: K Matt Bryant (hamstring); S Johnnie Harris (hamstring); WR Ike Hilliard (knee/ankle)

PROBABLE: WR Tim Carter (concussion); DE Kenny Holmes (knee); TE Marcellus Rivers (shoulder/throat); CB Kato Serwanga (ankle)

Philadelphia Eagles

DOUBTFUL: G John Welbourn (knee)

QUESTIONABLE: RB Correll Buckhalter (rib); S Brian Dawkins (foot); WR Todd Pinkston (toe/quadricep); CB Bobby Taylor (foot); DT Darwin Walker (abdomen)

PROBABLE: LB Carlos Emmons (thumb); S Clinton Hart (hip); RB Brian Westbrook (ankle)

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