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Topic - Ellis Hobbs
The Philadelphia Eagles have placed cornerback Ellis Hobbs on injured reserve, ending his season.
An injured Vince Young tossed his shoulder pads and No. 10 jersey into the stands after Tennessee's 19-16 overtime loss to the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Eagles cornerback Ellis Hobbs, who was down on the field for 11 minutes during Sunday night's 27-17 win over the New York Giants, suffered a disc injury in his neck, an MRI revealed Monday, and will be out at least one week.
Donovan McNabb has drawn his share of cheers — and boos — in the Linc.
Donovan McNabb tried to play it all down. In the end, after he made himself right at home in Philadelphia, it became clear this was not just another road trip.
"He'll probably never say it, but, you know, you feel some type of personal vendetta and you want to come out and make a statement and win the game," Eagles cornerback Ellis Hobbs said, "and that's what he did."