Report: Eagles WR Maclin sustains bone bruise in left knee

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin left training-camp practice Tuesday on a cart, but an MRI showed only a bone bruise in his left knee and no ligament damage, reported, citing a league source.

Maclin tweaked his knee during afternoon workouts, which Eagles coach Andy Reid ended shortly after the receiver's injury. According to, there isn't a timetable for Maclin's return, although his type of injury usually requires several weeks of rest.

A first-round draft pick last year, Maclin had 55 catches for 762 yards and four touchdowns as a rookie.

Maclin joins a long list of Eagles players already on the sideline at camp. Wideout DeSean Jackson hurt his back, and cornerback Asante Samuel injured his hamstring. Both missed practice Tuesday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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