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Updated: Kolb, T. Cole leave practice

Update: Les Bowen of the Daily News and Bob Brookover of the Inquirer have more details on the injuries. Bowen reports it's a sprained left shoulder for Trent Cole and a sprained left knee for Kevin Kolb.

Updated: Kolb, T. Cole leave practice

Update: Les Bowen of the Daily News and Bob Brookover of the Inquirer have more details on the injuries. Bowen reports it's a sprained left shoulder for Trent Cole and a sprained left knee for Kevin Kolb.

Brookover just came over to report that Kolb's injury is the more serious of the two, and he will have an MRI later today.

Cole came out of the locker room in a t-shirt and shorts after practice. He talked briefly to athletic trainer Rick Burkholder, pointing to his shoulder, but did not seem to be too concerned.

Defensive end Bryan Smith said he didn't know Cole left practice until coaches yelled at him to run with the first team.

From earlier:

I thought I missed a pretty busy weekend at Lehigh, but the eventful training camp for the Eagles continued this morning.

Around 9:15, Kevin Kolb limped off the field with what appeared to be an injury to his left knee or left leg. Kolb headed to the trainer's tent, where he was examined. He then was carted off the field to the locker room.

While Kolb was being looked at in the trainer's tent, defensive end Trent Cole also left the field. Cole was walking fine but was also carted off the field to the locker room. ESPN 950's Brian Seltzer noticed attention being paid to Cole's arm.

Earlier in practice Sheldon Brown got up slowly after breaking up a pass intended for Jeremy Maclin. Brown kneeled on the sideline, but then returned to the field about 10 minutes later. We'll update with specific details on the injuries as we get them.

Note: Post dictated to Danny Abelson by Sheil Kapadia from the field.

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