Monday, July 14, 2014
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Westbrook injures ankle

Running back Brian Westbrook has spent a lot of the second half getting looked at by trainers on the Eagles' sidelines. He appears to have injured his right ankle. Earlier he had the ankle taped and went back out on the field. He caught a short pass from Kevin Kolb but didn't look very explosive. He limped back to the huddle and eventually off the field.

Westbrook injures ankle

Running back Brian Westbrook has spent a lot of the second half getting looked at by trainers on the Eagles' sidelines. He appears to have injured his right ankle. Earlier he had the ankle taped and went back out on the field. He caught a short pass from Kevin Kolb but didn't look very explosive. He limped back to the huddle and eventually off the field.

He's currently getting re-examined, but has not gone inside to the locker room. Westbrook had off-season surgery to clean out bone fragments in that same ankle. His injury was confirmed later by the Eagles.

The Eagles, meanwhile, are about to lose their first game of the season. They trail the Saints, 41-22, with minutes just remaining.

Jeff McLane Inquirer Staff Writer
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