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49ers Lose Gore, Davis On Same Play

San Francisco running back Frank Gore and rookie tight end Vernon Davis were injured on the same wacky play Sunday -- a 98-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Philadelphia's Mike Patterson.

Via AP

Stallworth A Late Scratch

Donte' Stallworth was a late scratch from the Philadelphia Eagles' lineup against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday with a hamstring injury.

Stallworth was listed as probable on the Eagles' injury report Friday, but missed practice before the team traveled to the West Coast.

Via AP

Owens Will

Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens is so pleased with how his broken right hand is healing, he said Friday that he will "definitely" play against his former team in Philadelphia on Oct. 8. "I'll be ready," said Owens, who expects to wear protective padding on or under his glove once he returns.

Via Chicago Tribune

Owens Undergoes Successful Surgery

Terrell Owens had a plate screwed into the bone attached to his right ring finger during an operation Monday evening. His recovery time is estimated at two to four weeks, but he's likely to do all he can to rejoin the Dallas Cowboys in 20 days for his much-anticipated return to Philadelphia on Oct. 8.

Via Seattle PI

Eagles' Kearse Out For Season

Jevon Kearse will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury the star defensive end sustained in Philadelphia's overtime loss to the Giants on Sunday.

Kearse's injury included sprains of multiple ligaments, including the medial collateral ligament, the lateral collateral ligament, and the posterior cruciate ligament.

The Eagles said that treatment options for his knee will be determined in the near future.

Via ESPN.com

Eagles Sep 2006 Archive

  • Kearse Leaves Game With Knee Injury

    Philadelphia defensive end Jevon Kearse left the Eagles game against the New York Giants with a left knee injury.

  • Westbrook Hurts Knee In Practice

    After practice, the Eagles added Brian Westbrook to the injury report with knee inflammation after he limped off the practice field early.

  • Eagles To Bring Back An Old Corner

    The Eagles will make a roster move today after they officially re-sign cornerback Dexter Wynn, a sixth-round pick in 2004 who was with the team the last two seasons.

  • Vikings Sign WR Pinkston

    Veteran receiver Todd Pinkston became the latest former Eagle to come to Minnesota when he signed a contract with the Vikings on Saturday.

  • RB Stephen Davis Joins Rams

    Former Pro Bowl running back Stephen Davis agreed to a contract with St.