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Eagles' Maclin has hip injury, Cooper fractured collarbone

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9/10/2012 1:18:26 PM
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Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin suffered a hip injury during Sunday's game against Cleveland and fellow wideout Riley Cooper sustained a fractured collarbone.

Eagles coach Andy Reid updated the status of his injured players on Monday, saying Maclin will be day-to-day in preparation for next Sunday's game against Baltimore while Cooper won't play.

"The hip pointer, with those things they hurt you more the next couple of days," Reid said Monday. "He battled through it."

Maclin was Philadelphia's top receiver in the 17-16 victory over the Browns, catching seven passes for 96 yards with a touchdown.

Jeremy Maclin (Photo: Chris Trotman/Getty Images)


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