- Associated Press - Monday, September 13, 2010

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Quarterback Kevin Kolb and linebacker Stewart Bradley have not been ruled out for Philadelphia’s game at Detroit next Sunday despite sustaining concussions in the season opener.

Eagles coach Andy Reid says both players must pass a specific evaluation process before they are cleared to play. He says the team’s medical staff will follow the NFL’s guidelines for concussions.

Asked if they are definitely going to miss the game against the Lions, Reid said: “I can’t tell you that.”

Both players briefly returned after getting hurt in Sunday’s 27-20 loss to Green Bay.

The Eagles lost Pro Bowl fullback Leonard Weaver (knee) and center Jamaal Jackson (triceps) for the season.

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