Corey Clement Seen Without Arm Sling, Says He is Day-To-Day
Corey Clement was injured during a kick return in the second half of the Eagles vs. Falcons game last Sunday. He fumbled the ball on the play resulting in a turn over, but when he stood up it was obvious that his shoulder didn’t look right.
Clement had an MRI on Monday and the injury doesn’t appear to be serious. On Monday it was reported that Clement was expected to miss one to two weeks to heal his shoulder, but he gave us hope today when he told the media that he is day-to-day. He also wasn’t wearing the sling that he was seen wearing after the Falcons game.
Corey said that his shoulder hurt upon impact in the game but showed the media how well he can rotate his arm already. This is another good sign we received today after the laundry list of injuries the Eagles racked up in Sunday’s game. At this point, it seems the most serious injury on the field that day was the broken foot sustained by Tim Jernigan. We were told that Clement (shoulder), DeSean Jackson (abdominal strain), Alshon Jeffery (calf), and Dallas Goedert (calf) are all day-to-day with their injuries today. While the list of injuries is long, the good news is that most of the injuries from last week appear to be minor and are not season ending.