Maclin held out of practice; Coleman limited with facial lacerations

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Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin was held out of Wednesday’s practice after suffering a hip pointer last week, an injury that didn’t keep him off the field.

He still led the team with seven catches for 96 yards, despite leaving the field at one point to get an IV.

They’ll need him out there, as well as a more polished effort from their quarterback, if they want to keep pace with Baltimore.

Eagles safety Kurt Coleman was listed as limited with “facial lacerations” which is what the doctors call it when Browns running back Trent Richardson pops your helmet off like the top of a beer bottle.

Wide receiver Riley Cooper (collarbone) and cornerback Curtis Marsh (hamstring) were also limited, while safety Colt Anderson (knee) and receiver Jason Avant (wrist) were listed as participating fully.

6 responses to “Maclin held out of practice; Coleman limited with facial lacerations

  1. No worries. Eagle are winners of their last 9 games. Baltimore on a short week. Probably looking past us. Andy has soooo much depth of this team it’s ridiculous. Remember folks, Jaiquan Jarrett aside, Reid has drafted more all pro players than every other franchise in the league since 2002. Look it up, before you spew Andy hate. Maclin can sit and Johnson will step in…. Eagles will be 2-0 in a week!!

  2. Stop hyping Richardson. If you watch the replay, Coleman’s helmet was already half off and his chinstrap was over his eyes from the block he took before Richardson even made contact with him.

  3. This guy I work with, I don’t want to use his real name so let’s call him, Jerry Krohn, does not know his wife is having an affair. What’s the point? It’s about as much as saying the guy is a Giants fan and Phillies fan. Who cares? Sunday Vick showed something. He had a dope of a coach and coordinator that watched him struggle, while we were gaining five yards a carry on the ground, and they called 56 pass plays?? It was almost like they wanted to make him look bad. He could’ve quit, when the game was on the line he got us the score to win the game. Risking getting killed in the process. He may have stunk for 58 minutes but when it mattered most he did what he had to do.

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