Philadelphia Eagles Center Jason Kelce has left Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens with an injury to his knee, and will not return. The injury is officially described as a 'knee sprain' by the Eagles. Kelce was replaced by Dallas Reynolds, a 28-year-old out of BYU.
Kelce went down after Ravens' safety Ed Reed struck the center in the knee and it bent awkwardly. The second-year player out of Cincinnati started all 16 games of his rookie season in 2011.
The backup, Reynolds, has played in four career games, with one start.
The Eagles struggled early against the Ravens, but have since come back. After falling down 17-7 following a series of turnovers, Philadelphia has clawed back and now trails 17-14 and are driving deep into Ravens territory.
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