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McDougle, Moats Likely Done For Season

Defensive end Jerome McDougle, who has seen his fair share of injuries throughout his career, and running back Ryan Moats are mostly likely done for the year after they were both injured during Monday’s loss.  Coach Andy Reid released the team’s injury report on Wednesday.  McDougle suffered a right triceps injury.  The five-year veteran has played sparingly with the Eagles since they made him their number one pick in the 2003 draft.  He missed eight games his rookie year, five games in 2004, and sat out the entire 2005 season after being shot during a robbery attempt.  The 28-year-old was competing for a job this season and wasn’t a lock to make the team.  Moats was also battling for a roster spot.  The third-year-back broke his left ankle in the third quarter.

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