Foles practicing Sunday after injury scare in preseason
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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was cleared to practice Sunday after suffering what looked like a potentially significant shoulder injury in Thursday's preseason game, head coach Doug Pederson said, according to ESPN's Tim McManus.

Foles, the Super Bowl LII MVP, left Philly's second preseason affair after taking a hit to his throwing shoulder on a strip sack versus the New England Patriots. The Eagles initially called his injury a shoulder strain and said that he was set to undergo additional testing after the game.

The 29-year-old will split first-team practice reps with Carson Wentz, who Pederson confirmed has been cleared to participate in 11-on-11 drills as he continues his comeback from a torn ACL.

Foles practicing Sunday after injury scare in preseason
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