Asomugha Returns To Practice

Andy Reid said that Nnamdi Asomugha, coming off a not-as-bad-as-it-looked midair collision with Nate Allen, will return to practice Thursday afternoon. Asomugha was suffering from whiplash-like sypmptoms and a busted lip, but did not sustain a concussion.

Casey Matthews (high ankle sprain), Riley Cooper (collarbone) and Jason Babin (calf strain) will not suit up.

Reid said that both Babin and Mike Kafka (broken left hand) have a chance to play in the preseason finale against the Jets, but it doesn’t sound like they’ll see action before then.

Brandon Washington (concussion) has been cleared.

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  • Garrett

    do you mean – ‘not as bad as it looked’? Because worse than it looked would not be a good thing…

  • TMcManus247

    Yes, good catch – TM