By Wakisha Bailey

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Talk about a quick turnaround, the Eagles are back on the gridiron Sunday to play the New York Giants at Lincoln Financial Field at 1 p.m. Head coach Nick Sirianni is cleared for the game, a key piece of the playoff puzzle for the Birds.  

It’s game day and all eyes are watching who’s playing and whose sitting out. Although Sirianni is back, not all players are returning due to COVID protocols. 

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The Eagles posted on social media a few changes to their lineup. Shaun Bradley will be placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. He now joins Le’Raven Clark and Andre Dillard who are also on the list. 

This comes as Siranni returned to the team Saturday morning after clearing protocols. 

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The Eagles are going into today’s game against the Giants hoping to secure a win in the midst of a hunt for the playoffs.

So far, the Birds have won two in a row and four of five games overall. 

And of course, Birds fans are not looking for a repeat from a few weeks ago, when the Eagles lost to the Giants at MetLife Stadium.  

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Today, back at the Linc, the Birds are going for a win back on home turf.

Wakisha Bailey