The Philadelphia Eagles’ receiving corps has been dealt a blow early in training camp.
Riley Cooper, the Eagles’ No. 4 receiver, suffered a broken collarbone when he went down hard in practice today. Cooper is currently at a nearby hospital being X-rayed. Collarbone injuries typically sideline players for several weeks at least.
The Eagles also saw defensive end Jason Babin leave practice with a right calf strain. He will have an MRI, but the Eagles said it is definitely not an Achilles injury, and the early indications are that it’s not serious.