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Jeremy Maclin among injured Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles are having all sorts of injury problems in Sunday's 24-23 win against the Baltimore Ravens.

Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin was carted to the locker room after aggravating his hip injury. He was visibly in pain, and coach Andy Reid said after the game that it was related to Maclin's hip pointer injury. Starting center Jason Kelce left with a knee injury and did not return. Reid said Kelce sprained his knee and will undergo an MRI on Monday. It looked like it could be a long-term problem.

Start left tackle King Dunlap has a hamstring strain, Reid said. Defensive end Jason Babin also was shaken up and he pointed to his abdomen while lying on the ground. Babin was able to jog off the field and returned to the game. 

The offensive line was struggling to protect Michael Vick even before the offensive line injuries, and this will be tough to handle.

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