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Injury Report: Cole Only Eagle To Not Participate

Nick Cole was the only Eagle to not fully participate in practice Wednesday as he continues to rest his knee in an effort to get the swelling down. Cole started last Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars but was replaced at right guard by Reggie Wells in an attempt to rest Cole's knee, according to head coach Andy Reid. Reid said on Monday that he plans to continue limiting Cole in practice this week.

According to team's official injury report, tight end Brent Celek (wrist), defensive end Brandon Graham (ankle), offensive tackle Austin Howard (back), wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (back) and linebacker Ernie Sims (ankle) were all full participants in practice.

For the Washington Redskins, only punter Josh Bidwell (right hip) did not participate in practice. Three players who have started this season for the Redskins were limited in practice, namely cornerback DeAngelo Hall (back), guard Kory Lichtensteieger (knee) and offensive tackle Trent Williams (toe/knee), who did not play last week in the team's loss to the St. Louis Rams.

Reserve defensive lineman Anthony Bryant (head) was also a limited participant. Six players were listed on the injury report as full participants: running back Clinton Portis (wrist), running back Keiland Williams (ankle), defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth (thumb), safety Chris Horton (ankle), safety Kareem Moore (ankle) and wide receiver Anthony Armstrong (groin).

-- Posted by Bo Wulf, 4:25 p.m., September 29

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