By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks was off to a spectacular start in his third NFL season and then he injured his calf in the Eagles game against the Colts on September 15th. Kendricks hasn’t played since.

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Today, on his personal website, Kedricks wrote, “I’ll be in practice this week pushing forward to do what I set out to complete while not seeing this as a setback but as a way forward.”

The Eagles are 5-1 as they head to Arizona to face the 5-1 Cardinals on Sunday afternoon. Kendricks explained in his first-person article that the Eagles are focused on one goal, the Super Bowl.

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“This year the Eagles are on a journey fueled by our great fans to try to “put a ding in the universe” and by universe, I mean Superbowl,” Kendricks wrote. “Every one of my teammates, starting or not starting, every one of my coaches and the trainers, and every single fan sees this mission, and we are all charged with the opportunity while putting in the work every day to see it come to life.”

You can read Kendrick’s full article here. 


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