Injury Updates, Post-Patriots Game

Injury Updates, Post-Patriots Game

Mostly optimistic news regarding a group of Eagles who either left Friday night's 42-35 loss with injury, or didn't play with prior pains.

Cary Williams notably left Friday night's game with a strained hamstring, following his 77-yard pick-six of Tom Brady. Williams downplayed the severity of the injury, as Reuben Frank quoted the cornerback as saying "It'll be all right." No official word has been given on his status going forward.

Fellow corner Brandon Boykin hobbled out of the game in the second quarter with what were simply cramps. He did not return, but will likely be back to work Sunday.

Josh Huff took a monster blow to his shoulder running out a deep kick return. Chip Kelly simply reported that nothing further is known about the severity of Huff's potential injury.

Brandon Graham didn't enter the game until late in the third quarter for then-unknown reasons. Graham later claimed he was suffering from back spasms, and needed the muscles to properly loosen before he could enter the game. Graham did record a sack, blitzing in on Ryan Mallett completely unblocked.

Jeremy Maclin (hamstring) and Riley Cooper (foot) will return to full practice Sunday. Barring any setbacks, the two will likely play in Thursday night's game with the Steelers.

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