Cox recorded two solo tackles and a sack in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs. Cox's only tackle of Week 1 was also a sack, so the 26-year-old has been able to locate the quarterback early on this season. He saw a healthy snap count Sunday, as the starting defensive tackle was on the field for 44 snaps (83 percent) in the loss. He will seek to keep his sack streak alive when the team welcomes the Giants to town Sunday.
Cox (back) isn't practicing Sunday, Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Cox is dealing with back spasms, so he shouldn't be out too long. However, this injury could become a problem if it lingers throughout the preseason.
Cox was given the day off from Monday's practice, Zach Berman of philly.com reports. Cox's day off is exclusively for rest purposes, with no injury concerns attached. The standout rusher will likely resume practicing the next time the Eagles take the field.
Cox sat out of Wednesday's practice due to a neck strain, but is back at Thursday's practice, Dave Zangaro of CSN Philadelphia reports. Cox likely won't be a full participant Thursday, but the neck strain appears to be a minor issue at the worst. Gabe Wright and Elijah Qualls figure to see additional reps in practice with Cox sidelined.
Cox (personal) returned to OTAs Tuesday, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Cox was absent from OTAs last week after the Eagles granted the defensive lineman permission to be with his family. Cox is expected to be a full participant for the rest of OTAs before training camp starts in July.
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