The Philadelphia Eagles emerged unscathed from their 16-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, as no players picked up serious injuries that will keep them out of further games.
Andy Reid said the team was injury-free after the game, although some players picked up minor dings and bruises during the matchup: running back Bryce Brown sprained his shoulder at one point, while linebacker Mychal Kendricks had a mild ankle sprain, although both were able to return to action.
The Eagles' starting lineup was in question with some injuries to the offensive line heading into the game: Danny Watkins had missed some practice while King Dunlap had missed two games with injury. Both were able to play, but Demetress Bell started at Dunlap's left tackle spot. Safety Colt Anderson was able to play after missing last week's game with a sore knee, as was defensive tackle Derek Landri.
Linebacker Akeem Jordan and wide receiver Riley Cooper continued to miss action due to a hamstring injury and broken collarbone respectively, and its unclear how long until either player will be able to play.