Eagles cornerback Patrick Robinson is still in the NFL's concussion protocol, head coach Doug Pederson said.
Robinson suffered a concussion during the third quarter in Sunday's game.
The 30-year-old nickel corner will have an extra day to get through the protocol because the Eagles don't play until Monday night, on Christmas Day, against the Raiders.
If Robinson isn't ready by then, it seems likely Rasul Douglas would be active again after being inactive against the Giants.
Meanwhile, left guard Stefen Wisniewski is still day to day with an ankle injury. Wisniewski missed his first game Sunday as an Eagle after leaving the previous game early with that ankle injury.
In Wiz's place, veteran Chance Warmack started and played the entire game against the Giants. While he struggled earlier in the season, Warmack played pretty well Sunday.
"Chance graded out really well," offensive coordinator Frank Reich said Tuesday. "Played well in all aspects. That was good to see. Good for us, good for him and his confidence. What we expected, but good job for Chance."
The Eagles have an extra day to prepare for the Raiders but have altered their practice schedule even more this week. Instead of a heavy week of practices, Pederson has opted for more walk-throughs to try to get his team healthy after three straight road games.