Cardinals Vs Eagles: Philadelphia's Nate Allen, Evan Mathis Out

The Cardinals are facing off against a very good team in Philadelphia this weekend but the Eagles will be without a few key players as safety Nate Allen and guard Evan Mathis, both starters, have been declared out for this weekend's game. 

Allen is suffering from a concussion and Mathis has been battling a turf toe injury. Both had been playing well for the Eagles and in their absence we'll probably see rookie Jaiquawn Jarrett for Allen and King Dunlap, a former tackle, for Mathis. 

Other notables include RB LeSean McCoy and CB Asante Samuel, both listed as probable. Here is the rest of the Eagles' friday injury report:

Out: S Nate Allen (concussion), G Evan Mathis (toe).

Questionable: DE Juqua Parker (ankle).

Probable: RB LeSean McCoy (shoulder), CB Asante Samuel (groin), DE Brandon Graham (knee), T Winston Justice (knee), C Jason Kelce (quad).

For more news and analysis on everything related to the Cardinals, check out Revenge of the Birds. If you're looking for Eagles updates, check out Bleeding Green Nation

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