Injury Update For Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles

FOXBORO MA.- AUGUST 9 Washington Redskins defensive back Josh Norman and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady meet up after the NFL Preseason game at Gillette Stadium

Thursday night's preseason matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots marks the first time the two teams will be seeing each other since Philly's upset of the Pats in Super Bowl LII. "It just sort of got jarred in a amusing way as I was following through", Foles said.

Coach Doug Pederson indicated Foles would have played one more series had he not been hurt.

Foles finished 3 for 9 for 44 yards.

The touchdown finalized an eight-play, 62-yard drive in which Brady was a ideal 5-for-5 for 27 yards.

The outing was a far cry from Foles's Super Bowl performance, which was his sixth start last season after taking over from Wentz in December.

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Philadelphia's Shelton Gibson had five catches for 90 yards and a 4-yard TD reception in the second quarter that made it 17-7. Sudfeld finished 22-of-39 for 312 yards, three touchdowns and an interception that wasn't his fault for a 97.4 quarterback rating.

Asked at a postgame news conference about that encounter with Foles, Brady said that he "did hear" some of the chatter about his alleged Super Bowl snub. The two quarterbacks shook hands and embraced.

A picture tweeted by the station showed Jenkins and Bausby bowing their heads as they looked out toward the field.

The NFL Network tweeted a video of Jenkins coming out for the warm-up wearing a shirt that said: "YOU AREN'T LISTENING".

Jenkins has no idea what kind of agreement, if any, the owners and players might reach on the ability to protest during the anthem, but he did admit to; reporters that staying in the tunnel was to "see what you write about it".

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