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Ingram has left knee contusion

Eagles tight end Cornelius Ingram suffered a left knee contusion during practice today. It's the same knee he injured (torn ACL) prior to last season, causing him to miss his senior campaign. The team said he is expected to return to practice tomorrow.

Ingram has left knee contusion

Eagles tight end Cornelius Ingram suffered a left knee contusion during practice today. It's the same knee he injured (torn ACL) prior to last season, causing him to miss his senior campaign. The team said he is expected to return to practice tomorrow.

Ingram was running a seam pattern down the middle and got tangled up with safety Rashad Baker on a throw from Adam DiMichele. The fifth round draft pick hobbled to the sideline, was checked out by the trainers and limped unassisted into the NovaCare complex, thus ending his workout for the day.

In other news, the Eagles signed defensive tackle Trevor Jenkins to a rookie free agent deal. Undrafted out of Middle Tennessee St., the 6-foot-1, 287-pound Jenkins was at the post-draft minicamp as an unsigned player.

Jeff McLane Inquirer Staff Writer
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