CB Darius Slay, 2 others ruled out for Eagles on Saturday

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The Philadelphia Eagles had two players ruled out on their final injury report of the week. On Saturday, two others were ruled out as they did not travel with the team.

The Eagles announced it via social media.

Cornerback Darius Slay, safety Grayland Arnold and running back Jason Huntley did not travel with the team. Slay was questionable with a concussion. Arnold was questionable with a hamstring injury and Huntley is a new addition with an illness.

With Arnold and Slay out, it means the Eagles will be without both starting cornerbacks, as Avonte Maddox is also out with a knee injury. Safety Rodney McLeod was placed on injured earlier in the week with a knee injury.

This should give the Cardinals a marked advantage in the passing game. Receiver DeAndre Hopkins could be in for a big game.

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