Eagles injury updates during Week 16 game vs. Cowboys

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Eagles in-game injury updates: Fletcher Cox out of the game originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia

Tracking all the Eagles' injuries against the Cowboys on Sunday afternoon:

7:21 p.m.: Jordan Mailata is being evaluated for a concussion. Brett Toth is the backup swing tackle. 

6:56 p.m.: Dallas Goedert (calf) is questionable to return. 

5:39 p.m.: Shaun Bradley (stinger) is questionable to return. The Eagles are down to three linebackers: Alex Singleton, T.J. Edwards and Joe Bachie. 

5:38 p.m.: Fletcher Cox (stinger) has now officially been ruled out. 

5:25 p.m.: Marcus Epps is back in the game in the second quarter.

5:09 p.m.: It looks like the Eagles might be without Fletcher Cox the rest of the way. The Eagles listed Cox (stinger) as questionable to return in the second quarter, but the FOX broadcast showed Cox without shoulder pads on the sideline. 

Cox has been dealing with this neck injury for a while. He was able to play in this game but didn’t last long. The FOX game broadcast said Cox had a trip to the medical tent and then removed his shoulder pads. Cox missed practice all week.

The Eagles for this game signed DT T.Y. McGill to the active roster so they had a backup plan ready to go. The Eagles already came into this game without Derek Barnett and Josh Sweat. 

5:02 p.m.: The FOX camera showed Marcus Epps get shaken up. Epps has been a starter without Rodney McLeod. UDFA Grayland Arnold is now getting playing time. The Eagles have had several injuries in their secondary in recent weeks. They can't afford many more. 

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