Nick Foles News Archive
Foles' CT scan showed that his injured collarbone is "healing as expected," the Philadelphia Daily News' Les Bowen reports.
Foles will undergo a CT scan on his left collarbone Friday, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
While Foles has yet to be scheduled for a follow-up exam on his collarbone injury, the Philadelphia Inquirer suggests that is likely to occur next week.
Coach Chip Kelly said Friday that Foles will have another X-ray in three-to-four weeks to observe how his broken collarbone is healing, Geoff Mosher of CSN Philadelphia reports. Kelly said the X-ray will give the Eagles a better sense of when Foles might be ready to return.
Though Foles will not need surgery to repair his fractured clavicle, the QB is reportedly expected to miss 6-8 weeks, according to both ESPN's Adam Schefter and NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Foles, who has a crack in his clavicle, is slated to undergo an MRI, according to coach Chip Kelly.
Foles was diagnosed with a broken collarbone in his non-throwing shoulder, after Sunday's win over the Texans, and an MRI on Monday will determine the expected length of his absence, CSN Philadelphia's Derrick Gunn reports.
Though coach Chip Kelly did not provide a detailed update on the status of Foles (clavicle), it appears as though the quarterback could miss some time, the Star-Ledger reports. "It doesn't look good," Kelly said after Sunday's win over the Texans. "Foles is in a sling."
The injury that knocked Foles out of Sunday's game against Houston is an issue with his clavicle, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Foles (left shoulder) will not return to Sunday's game against Houston, the Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane reports.