Eagles Injury Report: Riley Cooper May Return Sunday

The Philadelphia Eagles took their first loss of the season, losing 27-6 to Kevin Kolb and the Arizona Cardinals.

However, Andy Reid's team did manage to avoid any serious injuries. The only known injury suffered was linebacker Akeem Jordan's strained hamstring. It's unsure at this point whether Jordan will be ready when Sunday's game against the New York Giants rolls around.

Wide receiver Riley Cooper, who broke his collarbone in training camp, is getting very close to returning and might make it back next weekend. Cooper would be a big boost to a receivers corp that has a few dinged players in DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin.

Tackle King Dunlap might also return after missing the game versus the Cardinals with a hamstring ailment. Dunlap was sorely missed on Sunday, when Michael Vick was sacked five times.

With Jason Kelce and Jason Peters already out for the season, the loss of Dunlap has been critical.

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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