Linebacker Stewart Bradley limped off the practice field at the NovaCare Complex today, favoring his left leg.
The Eagles said he tweaked his calf. Bradley declined to be interviewed.
Bradley pulled up lame during a 7-on-7 drill and was briefly examined by the team's trainers before they decided to head inside. He walked off the field under his own power, but needed a little assistance before he walked through the doors that lead into the complex.
Bradley, of course, missed all of last season after he tore the ACL in his right knee. He tore the ACL in his left knee during his junior season at Nebraska.
Bradley has looked healthy since returning during minicamp a month ago. On Tuesday, he made a nice play when he ran with Brent Celek and broke up a pass intended for the tight end.
"Stew looks real good," Celek said. "He looks like his old self. I was telling him the other day that it doesn't look like he was ever injured at all."
His injury comes a day after the Eagles lost safety Marlin Jackson, who ruptured his right Achilles tendon during practice.
Guard Todd Herremans, meanwhile, missed his second straight day of practice with a unspecified left foot injury. Max Jean-Gilles filled in for Herremans at left guard.