Let's take a quick look around the division to see who's playing and who's sitting:
Tight end Martellus Bennett (concussion) and safety Ken Hamlin (ankle) have been ruled out for Sunday's game. Looks like third-round draft pick Jason Williams could be active for only the third time this season.
Jeremy Maclin (left foot) is still walking around the practice facility in a protective boot, but the Eagles insist he's going to play. Update: Maclin practiced today and Andy Reid said he's "fine" for Sunday. Wide receiver DeSean Jackson (concussion) has had two consecutive days of practice and he hasn't had any setbacks. Linebackers Tracy White (shoulder) and Joe Mays (illness) have returned to practice. It's highly unlikely that Brian Westbrook (concussion) will play against the Giants.
All 53 players on the roster participated in today's practice. Ahmad Bradshaw (ankles/foot) sat out Thursday's practice but he's back on the field today. This is as healthy as the Giants have been in two months. Chris Snee (knee) and Michael Johnson (groin) both looked fine during the small portion of practice reporters are allowed to observe.
David Elfin of the Washington Times says DeAngelo Hall (knee), Albert Haynesworth (ankle) and Mike Sellers (thigh) will all miss Sunday's game against the Raiders. Elfin was the first reporter in the D.C. area to report Haynesworth being out. So do Redskins fans think they're getting their money's worth? You guarantee a man $41 million, you'd like to see him out there for at least 13 or 14 games of the season.