Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report: Jason Kelce May Be Out For Year

The Philadelphia Eagles pulled out a 24-23 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday in their home opener, but it wasn't without some injuries.

Andy Reid's group suffered what could prove to be a season-ending injury to its starting center Jason Kelce. The second-year man went down in the third quarter with what appeared to be a serious knee issue. Many believe Kelce tore his ACL on the play.

Another bit of bad news is the status of wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. The star out of Missouri had to leave the game with after re-injuring his hip. Maclin's availability for Week 3 isn't certain with a contest against Kevin Kolb and the Arizona Cardinals looming.

Left tackle King Dunlap was another Eagle whose day ended early. Dunlap had to leave the field due to a hamstring strain. His status is also up in the air for next weekend.

On a good note, Riley Cooper is making progress in his recovery from a broken collarbone and could be on the field soon.


For more on the Eagles, please be sure to check out our blog Bleeding Green Nation and SB Nation Philly for all the latest news and updates.

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