The Eagles released their injury report on Friday and WR DeSean Jackson (concussion), DT Brodrick Bunkley (elbow) and OT Jason Peters (knee) are ruled out for Sunday's game against the Titans.
In the NFL's new getting-tough-on-headhunters video campaign, league football operations head Ray Anderson dictates the difference between clean and dirty. Warning: The distinction is slight.
The Eagles missed a group of key players during their Thursday practice but saw the return of one of their top stars.
Eagles head coach Andy Reid said QB Kevin Kolb would get the Week Seven start in Tennessee.
Following a physical Sunday in the NFL which saw multiple helmet-to-helmet collisions that left several players injured, the league is expected to come down with severe fines and in some cases, even suspensions.
Head coach Andy Reid said it would be a "real stretch" for WR DeSean Jackson to play in Week Seven and that Kevin Kolb will likely start at quarterback vs. the Titans.
Whether it has been Michael Vick or Kevin Kolb under center this season, WR Jeremy Maclin has been a force to be reckoned with.
DeSean Jackson has a "severe concussion" with memory loss following a helmet-to-helmet hit with Falcons CB Dunta Robinson, according to FOX Sports' Jay Glazer.
Kevin Kolb was supposed to be the guy to keep the Eagles' offense moving with Donovan McNabb off to Washington. Instead, Michael Vick has been that man.
WR DeSean Jackson and DE Trent Cole both left Friday night's preseason game against the Chiefs because of injury.