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Maclin Hyperextends Knee At Afternoon Practice

Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin suffered a hyperextended knee at the very end of the Tuesday afternoon 10/10/10 practice. He was evaluated in the team's field house following practice and told reporters when he exited the field house that he "should be all right."

Both of the starting Eagles wide receivers are injured as DeSean Jackson missed today's practices with a low back strain. Head coach Andy Reid said that he should be back any day now. The Eagles received good news as Stacy Andrews took part in the afternoon practice after missing the morning session with a shoulder injury.

A number of players were sidelined with hamstring injuries - Macho Harris, Asante Samuel, Martin Rucker and Mike Bell. Reid said that Harris' is the most serious of the lot. Defensive tackle Antonio Dixon suffered a concussion in Monday afternoon's practice and was sidelined today. The three PUP guys - Victor Abiamiri, Todd Herremans and Jamaal Jackson - also remain out.

Here's a recap of what happened on the field this afternoon as well as some of the remarks made by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after practice via Twitter @EaglesInsider

"Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL legend John Madden have arrived at the practice fields."

"Stacy Andrews back at practice after missing 2 with a shoulder."

"Mike Bell (hamstring) out on a side field running with Rick Burkholder."

"Maclin hyperextended knee. Maclin's injury happened at the end of the afternoon practice. He is still being evaluated."

"Goodell wants Vick to understand that he's in a different position than others. Has talked to him twice in recent weeks."

"Goodell: 18-game schedule about improving quality of the NFL product, not just a means for increasing revenue."

"Owners could vote on 18-game schedule at league meetings later this month."

"Goodell said that meeting with fans in Green Bay and other camps they all indicate that they want an improved in-season schedule, ie 18 gms."

-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 5:10 p.m., August 3

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