Slay (calf) was limited during Thursday's practice session. Slay struggled mightily in attempting to contain DK Metcalf on Monday night, as the second-year receiver racked up 10 catches for a career-high 177 yards. It's been a turbulent debut campaign for Slay in Philadelphia, as the 72.5 percent completion rate he is allowing in coverage is a drastic step back from the 51.3 percent completion rate he held opponents to between 2018 and 2019. It will be another challenging assignment for Slay in Week 13 if he is able to recover from his calf issue in time, as Davante Adams and the Packers await on the docket.
Slay, who suffered an ankle injury before the Eagles' bye week, was not listed on Wednesday's injury report. Slay hurt his ankle in Week 8's win over the Cowboys but his absence from the injury report indicates that he has fully recovered from the ailment during the bye week. He will likely be tasked with locking down Darius Slayton in Sunday's showdown with the Giants.
Slay (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Slay had been spending most of his time shadowing receiver Michael Gallup against the Ben DiNucci-led Cowboys. Nickell Robey-Coleman will likely take over opposite Avonte Maddox in the injury-riddled Eagles secondary.
Slay (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Ravens. Slay was able to clear the concussion protocol Friday and finished the week as a full practice participant, but the Eagles still chose to list him as questionable for the Week 6 game as a precaution. With Slay experiencing no setbacks since Friday, he'll step back into his normal starting role. Expect Slay to shadow Baltimore's No. 1 receiver, Marquise Brown, for most of the afternoon.
Slay (concussion), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Ravens, is expected to play, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Slay cleared the NFL's concussion protocol Friday, but that wasn't enough for him to avoid an injury designation heading into the weekend. The cornerback's limited practice time this week may have contributed to him being listed as questionable, but with no concussion symptoms having resurfaced since he cleared the protocol, Slay shouldn't face any restrictions Sunday. Expect him to shadow Baltimore's top wideout, Marquise Brown, for most of the day.