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Reid Not Worried About Herremans, Bradley

Head coach Andy Reid told reporters yesterday that he's not concerned with the recent injuries to offensive lineman Todd Herremans (sore foot), linebacker Stewart Bradley (tweaked calf), running back LeSean McCoy (tweaked ankle) and offensive lineman Fenuki Tupou (chest).

"The doctor thinks it's going to be all right," Reid said about Herremans, who visited noted foot specialist Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, NC, yesterday.

Herremans tweeted that the trip was "just a checkup. Making sure everything looks good." He later added that "all is well."

As for the tweaks to Bradley and McCoy, Reid said that holding them out of practice is a precautionary measure.

"That happens, you get a little cramp here and a cramp there," said Reid. "Other than (Marlin Jackson's ruptured Achilles Tendon), I'm not concerned."

Bradley also told reporters that his calf is not a concern.

"My leg just cramped up, really," he said.

The Eagles will conclude this week's practices today before finishing the OTAs with four more practices next week from Monday-Thursday.

-- Posted by Bo Wulf, 9:22 a.m., June 4

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