The New York Giants (3-7) and Philadelphia Eagles (4-6) square off on Sunday afternoon from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Both teams have officially announced their inactives for the game. Below is a full list:

New York Giants

Defensive end Kerry Wynn (concussion)
Cornerback Tony Lippett
Quarterback Kyle Lauletta
Safety Kamrin Moore
Offensive lineman Evan Brown
Wide receiver Jawill Davis
Defensive tackle John Jenkins

Philadelphia Eagles

Cornerbacks Sidney Jones (hamstring), Avonte Maddox (knee/ankle) and Jalen Mills (foot)
Running back Darren Sproles (hamstring)
Linebacker Jordan Hicks (calf)
Tackle Matt Pryor
Quarterback Nate Sudfeld

For the Giants, Kyle Lauletta is inactive for the 11th consecutive game, but this could represent the final time that’s the case. The plan remains for the Giants to play Lauletta at some point this season, and with time winding down, he could be activated next week.

Meanwhile, Josh Mauro and B.J. Hill will remain the starting defensive end in the absence of Wynn, who will be replaced by Mario Edwards and R.J. McIntosh, making his NFL debut.

Finally, the Eagles will be without three of their top cornerbacks, Sproles and Hicks, leaving them very thin on defense and at running back.