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Eagles: Jackson and Samuel Questionable For Sunday

(DeSean Jackson completes a 91-yard touchdown run during last Sunday's game against the Cowboys.  AP photo)

(DeSean Jackson completes a 91-yard touchdown run during last Sunday’s game against the Cowboys. AP photo)

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Eagles practiced indoors today as they get ready for Sunday’s game against the Giants.

On the injury front, head coach Andy Reid says that wide receiver DeSean Jackson and cornerback Asante Samuel will be listed as questionable for the showdown with the Giants.

“DeSean and Asante practiced today,” Reid said.  “I think both of them feel a little bit better, so we will see how they do tomorrow after the work that they had today.”

Jackson has been dealing with a sprained foot.  Samuel has a knee injury.

Reid also said that Winston Justice would be listed as questionable, dealing with a knee injury as well:

“Winston did some work today and actually he is doing better, too.”

King Dunlap would start again at tackle if Justice can’t go against the Giants.  Earlier this week, the Eagles announced that rookie Jamar Chaney would start at middle linebacker in place of the injured Stewart Bradley (elbow) — see previous story.

Reported by Matt Leon, KYW Newsradio 1060.