NFL Injury Report: Eagles more or less injury-free after Week 6

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After Week 6, the Philadelphia Eagles didn't add any new names to an injury report that already didn't feature any serious injuries.

It's almost a miracle: after six weeks of NFL play, the Philadelphia Eagles injury report is almost completely clean after the team lost in overtime to the Detroit Lions.

The Eagles are obviously still without Jason Kelce, who suffered a season-ending MCL tear Week 2 against the Baltimore Ravens, but other than that, there were no names on the injury report after Week 6. Entering the game, the Eagles had put 11 names on their injury report as "probable", including wide receiver Riley Cooper and running back Bryce Brown. However, all were reported as having full participation in practice Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, and all participated without aggravating their injuries.

The team added no new names to the report following the game. Now, the team has a week off before a Week 8 game against the Atlanta Falcons, so the team should have an opportunity to heal whatever minor nicks and scratches they've picked up over the first month and a half of the season.

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