Philadelphia Eagles Injury Update: Riley Cooper, Colt Anderson Out Sunday

Andy Reid announced on Wednesday that the Philadelphia Eagles will be without WR Riley Cooper and S Colt Anderson when they take on the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.

Cooper fractured his collar bone early in Eagles camp and is still working his way back, without him in the lineup the Eagles will only dress four wide receivers. Anderson, who is also a valuable member of the special teams is still rehabbing a knee injury suffered near the end of the 2011 season. Anderson was activated from the PUP list, made the 53-man roster and practiced on Wednesday, but will not dress for the game. Neither player saw any action in the preseason.

Participating fully in practice on Wednesday, but still listed on the injury report were S Nate Allen, DE Jason Babin, LB Jamar Chaney, RB Dion Lewis, LB Casey Matthews, T Nate Menkin, and DT Cedric Thornton. Allen told reporters that his previously injured hamstring is now 100 percent.

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