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Injuries: Still No Practice For Kolb, Bradley

The two players working their way back from concussions, starting quarterback Kevin Kolb and starting middle linebacker Stewart Bradley, did not practice on Thursday, according to the team's official injury report.

Omar Gaither would start in Bradley's place at middle linebacker and Michael Vick would inherit the reins at quarterback.

The offense "is pretty much the same," Vick said, when asked if the game plan will change with the more mobile Vick at quarterback. "Our objective is to go out and attack and that's what we are going to do."

Bradley and Kolb were the only two Eagles not to practice, though nine other players were listed on the inury report as full participants: wide receiver Jason Avant (back), defensive end Antwan Barnes (wrist), running back Mike Bell (toe), guard Nick Cole (knee), guard Todd Herremans (ankle), tackle Austin Howard (back), linebacker Akeem Jordan (groin), defensive tackle Trevor Laws (oblique) and punter Sav Rocca (left hamstring).

Meanwhile, the Lions listed six players on their injury report, all of them starters. Quarterback Matt Stafford (right shoulder) and defensive end Cliff Avril (knee and finger) both did not participate in practice for the second straight day. After not practicing yesterday, safety Louis Delmas (groin, biceps and calf) and linebacker DeAndre Levy (groin) were limited participants on Thursday. Safety C.C. Brown (forearm) was limited for the second straight day and running back Jahvid Best (toe) was a full participant for the second straight day.

-- Posted by Bo Wulf, 4:24 p.m., September 16

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