Here is the rest of the report:
Probables: Running back Ahmad Bradshaw (neck). Wide receiver Domenik Hixon (concussion). Cornerback Corey Webster (hand). Defensive end Adewale Ojomo (hamstring).
Questionable: Cornerback Michael Coe (hamstring). Safety Antrel Rolle (knee).
Doubtful: Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (knee, ankle).
Out: Linebacker Keith Rivers (hamstring). Cornerback Jayron Hosley (hamstring). Right tackle David Diehl (knee).
Nicks seems likely to miss his second consecutive game, but barring any unforeseen setbacks, there's no question the Giants will get Bradshaw back.
Backup running back Andre Brown will continue to see touches. Earlier this week, offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbridge stated that Brown's performance against Carolina (20 rushes for 113 yards, 2 TD) warranted more touches.
Tom Coughlin is not the type of coach to Wally Pip Bradshaw, though, so expect a close-to-even split between the two backs. However, Gilbride suggested the carries will go to the "hot hand."
The Eagles own the NFL's fifth-best defense against the run.
Hixon's return is good in case Nicks is out. He and Ramses Barden will have to try and fill Nicks' shoes. Last week, Barden filled in well against a weak Carolina secondary.
Injured in that game was Webster, who broke his right hand but toughed it out and played all of the second half. Either way, he is fine to suit up this week, and he will likely be tasked with covering Jeremy Maclin, who practiced Friday and is listed as probable for the game.
Webster is good to go, and it appears as if Rolle will join him.
Rolle practiced Friday for the first time this week, despite nursing a knee injury. Rolle's presence in practice is a good sign that he'll be out there Sunday night.