Eagles RB LeSean McCoy returns to game after leg injury
One of Philadelphia's biggest threats might have hurt himself Thursday. Luckily for the Eagles, he returned.
Luckily for the Eagles, McCoy returned to the game early in the third quarter, and all appears to be well.
McCoy was gang-tackled at the end of an 18-yard run late in the second quarter, and it appeared as though linebacker Akeem Jordan landed on his leg.
Though McCoy appeared to be in immense pain, he rose from the turf after a few minutes and jogged off the field. By the time he was on the sideline, though, he was limping, as he headed off to the locker room.
Alex Flanagan describes McCoy's emotion as he left the field. Headed down the tunnel, stopped, threw his hands on his knees and wept.— Courtney Fallon (@CourtneyNBC6) September 20, 2013
According to reports, McCoy has gotten an X-ray. Apparently, it was negative.
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