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By PFW staff

Eagles starters WR DeSean Jackson and DE Trent Cole both left Friday night's preseason win against the Chiefs because of injury.

Jackson played just one snap and left the game with a back injury. It does not appear to be serious, although according to, Jackson had a lower back injury earlier in training camp. Chiefs rookie S Eric Berry hit Jackson hard following a four-yard catch.

Cole limped off the field with a sprained ankle, but x-rays were negative. Cole had an MRI Saturday that revealed no structural damage and is listed as day-to-day with a mild ankle sprain.


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