Clay Harbor has seen his last game action of the season. Image via CBSSports.com
Another one bites the dust as #2 tight end Clay Harbor was placed on injured reserve by the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday.
Harbor suffered a lower back injury during Thursday night’s game against the Bengals. That game was his first career start, filling in for a concussed Brent Celek. Against Cincinnati, Harbor had 3 catches for 30 yards and, unfortunately, lost a fumble.
The third-year player finishes the year with a career high 25 catches for 188 yards and two touchdowns.
Thankfully for the Eagles, Celek will be back in the lineup for Sunday’s game against the Redskins.
No corresponding roster move has yet been made by the team.
In other injury news from a decimated Philadelphia Eagles offense, LeSean McCoy has been cleared by an independent doctor and returned to practice on Monday. As for whether he’ll play on Sunday, head coach Andy Reid said,
“There’s a chance he ends up playing for us this week...