Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Curtis limited in practice

Kevin Curtis was not a full participant in today's Eagles practice. The wide receiver was among several players to be listed on the injury report released after practice. Curtis has a knee injury that has been bothering him over the last few weeks. Apparently, it has gotten worse.

Curtis limited in practice

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Kevin Curtis was not a full participant in today's Eagles practice. The wide receiver was among several players to be listed on the injury report released after practice. Curtis has a knee injury that has been bothering him over the last few weeks. Apparently, it has gotten worse.

Through two games, Curtis, who had off-season surgery to correct a sports hernia, has five catches for 70 yards.

As reported before, guard Todd Herremans (foot) and Dimitri Patterson (hand) are out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. Quarterback Donovan McNabb (rib), running back Brian Westbrook (ankle) and wide receiver DeSean Jackson (groin) did not practice.

Safety Quintin Demps (hamstring) was also only a part-time performer today in practice. Defensive end Victor Abiamiri (groin), linebacker Omar Gaither (neck), guard Max Jean-Gilles (knee), tackle Winston Justice (hamstring), linebacker Joe Mays (shoulder) and cornerback Asante Samuel (neck) were all at practice.

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