While the Eagles won a critical NFC East showdown in Dallas Sunday night, they didn't escape Cowboys Stadium without at least one significant injury.
Early in the second quarter, middle linebacker Stewart Bradley dislocated his elbow while rushing Cowboys quarterback Jon Kitna. Bradley will have an MRI Monday morning, but head coach Andy Reid expects his defense to be without one of their captains for at least the rest of the regular season.
"If we're lucky enough to move on to the postseason, I think there's a pretty good chance (Bradley) would be back," Reid said postgame. "Now we'll have to see tomorrow with the MRI, but right now I would think, with the way it looked, (he's out for) the regular season."
Another injured Eagle was receiver DeSean Jackson, who was seen on camera favoring his ankle. It appeared as though Jackson injured that ankle on a punt return in the third quarter, and was certainly affected by it on his 91-yard touchdown catch (although you wouldn't know it). Reid said after the game that Jackson suffered an ankle sprain, but that it's, "not too bad." He too will be further evaluated Monday morning.
The other injured Eagles Sunday night were defensive end Brandon Graham (knee sprain) and linebacker Keenan Clayton (strained hamstring).
Tune in to PhilaedlphiaEagles.com Monday at 11:00 a.m. for Eagles Live! and a full injury update from Andy Reid.
-- Posted by Josh Goldman, 12:15 a.m., December 13