NFL Injury Report, Eagles: LeSean McCoy joins Michael Vick as sidelined with concussion

Rob Carr

In addition to losing to the Washington Redskins on Sunday, the Eagles had wide receiver LeSean McCoy suffer a concussion late in the 31-6 loss. In addition to McCoy, quarterback Michael Vick has been sidelined by a concussion.

The Eagles suffered a big blow in the final moments of their loss on Sunday as running back LeSean McCoy suffered a concussion with two minutes left and the outcome already decided. He joins quarterback Michael Vick as two key playmakers for Philadelphia injured with concussions.

McCoy, who led the Eagles in both rushing and receiving on Sunday, is officially listed as questionable for Week 12 but is scheduled to undergo testing Monday to determine the severity of the injury.

Vick sat out on Sunday because of a concussion he suffered in the second quarter of Philadelphia's Week 10 loss to Dallas. According to Andy Reid, Vick is still unable to pass a baseline test and is still in "stage one" of the NFL's concussion protocol.

Wide receiver Jason Avant missed the loss to Washington after being hampered by back and hamstring injuries. His status for Week 12 against Carolina is currently listed as questionable.

The Eagles will have an extra day for players coming back from injuries as they play the Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football in Week 12.

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