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Eagles Get Back To Practice As Washington Looms

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – After their Tuesday day off, the Philadelphia Eagles returned to the practice field today as they get ready for Sunday’s visit to the Washington Redskins (see related story).

Prior to practice, head coach Andy Reid revealed that second-round pick Jaiquawn Jarrett will split first team reps this week at safety with Kurt Coleman alongside Nate Allen.  Safety Jarrad Page is being limited by a stinger.

In other injury news, Trent Cole continues to battle a calf strain (related story) and is sitting out practice today, but Reid says he is making progress.

Tackle Jason Peters also not practicing today as he continues to battle a hamstring injury.   Defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins has a triceps strain, and Reid says he probably won’t do much today, but adds he does expect him to play against the Redskins.

Reported by Matt Leon, KYW Newsradio 1060

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  1. WHO CARES ???? says:

    ANOTHER DOG AND PONY ANDY SHOW, ANOTHER FAILURE OF A YEAR
    AT LEAST I DONT HAVE TO LISTEN FOR 16 WEEKS AND THEN THEN WATCH
    THEM LOSE IN THE FIRST ROUND OF THE PLAYOFFS.

    THANKS EAGLES FOR GIVING ME MY SONDAYS OFF.
    GO FLYERS.. SAYS HH OF OXFORD CIRCLE

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