The Eagles have ruled out OT King Dunlap and LB Akeem Jordan from this weekend's game against the Giants. Jeremy Maclin has been listed as probable after practicing all week. He missed last week's game with a hip pointer.
The remaining concerns are Colt Anderson (knee), Riley Cooper (collarbone) and Jon Dorenbos (ankle). Anderson is a key special teamer, but if he was ready to go this weekend, it wouldn't be the biggest blow.
Riley Cooper has yet to play this season after breaking his collarbone in training camp, but he seems to be getting closer after practicing all week. Cooper said last week that he's ready to play, so at this point it's just a matter of the Eagles activating him.
Jon Dorenbos is the one real concern. Andy Reid said this week that he's 50/50 and they'd make a gametime decision. If he's not ready to go, the Eagles will likely have to cut someone Sunday afternoon and activate long snapper Kyle Nelson from the practice squad. While that is not exactly ideal, its better than having no experienced long snapper at all.