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According to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, both Eagles safety Nate Allen and cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha collided in mid-air during Monday’s practice while attempting to break up a pass intended for DeSean Jackson.
“Nnamdi Asomugha was apparently knocked out after he collided with Nate Allen on Monday in the most violent hit of Eagles training camp.
“Asomugha laid face down on the ground with little to no movement for close to five minutes before he finally rose to one knee. The cornerback then slowly stood, was helped to a cart and driven inside. Asomugha’s shirt was bloodied and he held his head as he drove off.
“Allen was down for a brief period, but he got up much quicker than Asomugha and returned to practice,” wrote McLane.
As soon as we get more infoon the status of both Allen and Asomugha, we’ll update everyone.
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Nothing can give you a midday heart attack like receiving an alert on your phone that says, ” Nnamdi Asomugha Knocked out at Practice: CS Laid on Field for 5 Minutes, Before Being Carted off.”
As more detail became available the news got less grim. Asomugha was able to get to his feet and walk to the cart before taken off the field. We now know that the corner is okay and...
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According to Philly.com, Philadelphia Eagles cornerback, Nnamdi Asomugha was knocked out of practice after colliding with safety Nate Allen.
The website reports:
“Asomugha laid face down on the ground with little to no movement for close to five minutes before he finally rose to one knee. The cornerback then slowly stood, was helped to a cart and driven...
Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha has whiplash-type symptoms, according to coach Andy Reid, but no concussion after a midair collision on Monday.
Asomugha skipped Philadelphia's Tuesday walkthrough after the collision with safety Nate Allen left him motionless on the turf for several minutes. A day later, he had a laceration on his lip and a sore neck.
But no concussion...
Philadelphia cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha was evaluated for a concussion after colliding with teammate Nate Allen during a training-camp session Monday.
Asomugha, signed as a free agent last year after spending his first eight seasons with Oakland, was also left with a lacerated lip and sore neck as a result of the mid-air collision, which occurred on a pass play during a seven-on...
There is a scene today that is coming out of the Eagles training camp that is being described as bloody and scary.
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Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha was being evaluated for a possible concussion after he collided with safety Nate Allen during Monday's practice, multiple media outlets reported. Asomugha stayed on the ground for several minutes with little movement before getting to one knee, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. He sustained a lip laceration and had a sore...
Earlier today, Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha was taken off the practice field on a cart after colliding with safety Nate Allen during Monday’s practice.
The good news is that after going through a series of concussion tests, it’s been concluded that he doesn’t have any concussion symptoms.
Officially, no concussion symptoms for Nnamdi Asomugha
The Philadelphia Eagles had a huge scare today when safety Nate Allen and cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha collided. After the collision Allen was shaken up but Nnamdi laid almost motionless for a few minutes. He eventually did get up and left with his head down on a cart. Early reports are that he likely suffered a concussion.
The Eagles said corner Nnamdi Asomugha was still being...
It was a scary moment to be sure...
Philadelphia cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha was evaluated for a concussion after colliding with teammate Nate Allen during a training-camp session Monday. The evaluation was standard operating procedure after such a hit. An Eagles spokesman said later that Asomugha does not have concussion symptoms yet.
Asomugha, signed as a free agent last year...