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Report: Kolb Visiting Team Doctor

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, quarterback Kevin Kolb will have an MRI later today in Philadelphia to determine the severity of a left knee sprain that forced him from the morning workout. Kolb will also meet with team physician Dr. Peter DeLuca.

"I'm OK. It's no big deal," Kolb told the Inquirer. "I got stepped on by one of my linemen."

Meanwhile, the report indicated that defensive end Trent Cole's sprained left shoulder, which also forced him out of the practice, is not as serious and that he did not need an MRI.

"I'm all right," Cole said. "It's just a bruise."

-- Posted by Bob Kent, 2:09 p.m., August 10

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