Found September 19, 2012 on
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Philadelphia wideout Jeremy Maclin (hip) appears to be a concern for the Eagles as they worked out free agents Brian Robiskie and Demarco Sampson on Wednesday, according to Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer.Fantasy Spin:If the Eagles are concerned then fantasy owners should be worried. Maclin produced a touchdown in each of the Eagles' first two contests and works well with Michael Vick. This would be a huge loss for fantasy owners if he's out an extended length of time.
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Jeremy Maclin missed portions of practice for the Philadelphia Eagles last week, but went on to start the game against the Baltimore Ravens. While he did record one catch for a touchdown, Maclin left the game afterward after he aggravated his hip injury.
His hip pointer limited practice for Maclin this week, as it did last week. He was able to show up a bit late and get some work...
Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin won't play at Arizona on Sunday because of a hip injury.
Coach Andy Reid ruled Maclin and left tackle King Dunlap out for the matchup of 2-0 teams. Dunlap injured his hamstring in last Sunday's win over Baltimore. Maclin was hurt in the season opener and aggravated the injury throwing a block against the Ravens.
Demetress Bell will start...
Could the rumor be true? With receiver Jeremy Maclin fighting an injury, it only makes sense for the Eagles to bring in a new addition to the wide receiver spot. Chad Johnson might have some trouble past, but the Eagles will serve as his rehabilitation center. The Eagles coaching staff has had alot of experience with discarted players trying to re build their image. he would have...
The Eagles head to the west coast without their most consistent receiving threat due to a hip pointer, an injury that could severely limit the upside of all members involved in the Eagles pass game. Jeremy Maclin aggravated the injury during last weeks win against the Ravens, and the team has elected to give him some rest instead of pushing him early in the season.
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According to Martin Frank of the Delaware News Journal, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin isn’t practicing on Friday, along with King Dunlap.
With Maclin not practicing all week, I’d expect his status for Sunday to be in doubt right now. I’d be surprised if he played this week.
Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin was ruled out of the Eagles' game on Sunday at Arizona due to a hip injury. DeSean Jackson (hamstring) took part in Friday's practice and is listed as probable. Left tackle King Dunlap (hamstring) was also ruled out. Former Bill Demetress Bell will start in Dunlap's place. Bell was inactive Week 1 but played after Bell was injured last week...
Philadelphia wideout Jeremy Maclin (hip) will miss Sunday's game at Arizona.Fantasy Spin:The Eagles will feature DeSean Jackson and Brent Celek. Damaris Johnson should get the start opposite Jackson, but likely won't see as many targets as slot receiver Jason Avant.
Andy Reid has made it official, the Eagles best receiver, Jeremy Maclin will miss Sunday's contest with the Arizona Cardinals. This will mean more playing time for the consistent, if unspectacular, Jason Avant, but Damaris Johnson should see more action than Avant.
According to ESPN’s John Clayton, the Philadelphia Eagles have ruled out wide receiver Jeremy Maclin for Sunday’s game against the Cardinals, because of hip pointer.
Jason Avant will likely start in Maclin’s place.
Today around 12:30 PM, the Philadelphia Eagles announced their inactive players for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Three Eagles, Jeremy Maclin, King Dunlap, and Riley Cooper will be inactive versus the Cardinals.
Maclin (hip) was injured during the season opener against the Browns. Maclin did play last week against the Ravens and caught a touchdown. The result...