Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Curtis questionable; Howard probable

Eagles defensive end Darren Howard sat out practice today with a toe contusion, but he is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Raiders.

Curtis questionable; Howard probable

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Eagles defensive end Darren Howard sat out practice today with a toe contusion, but he is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Raiders.

Wide receiver Kevin Curtis (knee) practiced yesterday, as he has all week, but is questionable for the game. Curtis has missed the last two games. Guard Todd Herremans was involved in scout team drills today and said afterward that his foot felt fine. He is out for Sunday, as is cornerback Dimitri Patterson (quadriceps), but the guard is hoping a scan of his foot on Tuesday will allow him to prepare next week for the Monday night game at Washington.

The following players are also listed as probable: CB Sheldon Brown (abdomen), DE Chris Clemons (ankle), CB Ellis Hobbs (wrist), LB Akeem Jordan (neck) and QB Donovan McNabb (rib, shoulder).

The team is scheduled to take a 4 p.m. flight to the West Coast this afternoon.

Inquirer Staff Writer
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