Tuesday, June 2, 2015

DeSean Jackson suffers rib cartilage injury

DeSean Jackson is the biggest name on the Eagles' injury report with a rib cartilage injury that includes swelling in his chest. He will have a CT scan and an MRI in the morning.

DeSean Jackson suffers rib cartilage injury

DeSean Jackson left the game in the first quarter for X-rays during the game against the Panthers. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)
DeSean Jackson left the game in the first quarter for X-rays during the game against the Panthers. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)

DeSean Jackson is the biggest name on the Eagles' injury report with a rib cartilage injury that includes swelling in his chest. He will have a CT scan and an MRI in the morning.

Fletcher Cox has a low back contusion and will have a CT scan in the morning. 

As for Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy, neither has been cleared to play. Vick still has not passed his ImPACT test. McCoy also is not at baseline. 

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HENERY EXTENDS STREAK

Alex Henery's three first-half field goals broke a team record for most consecutive field goals. He entered the game with 16 field goals, and the streak went to 19 after his 45-yard field goal in the second quarter. Henery and Akers previously shared the record at 17.

"That is not one of those things that I look at," Henery said. "It's a cool honor, but I have to concentrate on the next kick, not the last one."

 

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