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Vick, Maclin, Nnamdi don't practice

With the Seahawks game just three days away the floundering Eagles are still banged up.

Vick, Maclin, Nnamdi don't practice

Jeremy Maclin continues to battle injuries. (Ron Cortes/Staff Photographer)
Jeremy Maclin continues to battle injuries. (Ron Cortes/Staff Photographer)

With the Seahawks game just three days away the floundering Eagles are still banged up.

Michael Vick, Jeremy Maclin and Nnamdi Asomugha were among those that did not participate in Monday's light walkthrough.

Vick has missed two games with broken ribs. "It's getting better," Vick said to a couple of reporters. "That's all I can say." Vince Young has filled in for Vick the last two games and could be in line for another start Thursday.

Maclin has shoulder and hamstring injuries and has also missed the last two games. Riley Cooper has been his replacement at wide receiver. Asomugha played sparingly at cornerback against the Patriots on Sunday, but his hyperextended knee kept him out of Monday's walkthrough.

Should the Eagles give LeSean McCoy a new contract?
Yes. He is a star player who puts the team ahead of his own goals.
No. He is having a nice season but has yet to prove he can excel year in and year out.

Linebacker Moise Fokou (ankle) and offensive lineman King Dunlap (concussion) were also out. Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (ankle) practiced.

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Jeff McLane Inquirer Staff Writer
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