Eagles QB Kevin Kolb and MLB Stewart Bradley are both out for the second half of Philadelphia's game with the Packers after suffering concussions.
Kolb, starting his first season opener as Philly's No. 1 quarterback, suffered a concussion after completing only five passes for 24 yards. Backup Michael Vick took over under center.
Bradley also suffered a concussion during the first half. He was woozy, staggering around the field for a couple of seconds before collapsing. But a few plays later he was back in the game, though the team announced at halftime that he would not return.
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