LeSean McCoy said today "whatever I can do to get out there and play, I'll do," but McCoy sounded like he wants to see more improvement in his cracked rib before he is sure he'll be on the field Sunday at San Francisco.
McCoy, whose 445 total yards rank fifth among NFL running backs, said he's never had an injury that caused him to miss a game.
"We'll see what happens," said McCoy, who sat out today's practice, along with concussion victims Riley Cooper and Asante Samuel and quarterback Michael Vick, who has cracked rib cartilage that probably will keep him out a week or two, at least. Eagles coach Andy Reid indicated he expects to have Cooper and Samuel in San Francisco.
"It's hard to really tell right now, so we'll find out," McCoy said. He finished Sunday's game after suffering the injury; he gave contradictory information on eaxctly when it happened, but he said he didn't tell head ahtletic trainer Rick Burkholder until after the game.
To see our previous post, which includes quotes from Kevin Kolb on his situation, click here.