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.
"He's been tested," Reid said. "Everything's OK there. He wasn't knocked out. That's not what happened when he was hit. He was completely conscious the whole time."
The Eagles broke camp at Lehigh University, and will practice Thursday at the team's home headquarters.
Philadelphia will meet the Patriots on Monday night. Reid was noncommittal when asked about Asomugha's status for New England.
"We'll see here. He's sore, but we'll see," he said. "Day-by-day, we'll just take it and see how he does."
Asomugha had 40 ...