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Eagles lose both Celek and Asomugha early

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03:55 PM ET 12.09 | It seems that Philadelphia Eagles can't go a game without having someone get concussed. Early in the game tight end Brent Celek suffered a concussion that has taken him out of Philly's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and now cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha has left the game as well after suffering a scary neck injury. Celek's day is done without a doubt. The NFL has strict rules on concussions and once a player is diagnosed, the process is a long one to get cleared for action. There literally aren't enough minutes in the game or day for Celek to get cleared in time to return to action at Raymond James Stadium, and the Eagles will have to work without him moving forward.

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Brent Celek, AP Photo/Brian Garfinkle Brent Celek, AP Photo/Brian Garfinkle
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December 9, 2012  04:38 PM ET

Their training room is starting to look like Convick's back yard on a Saturday morning.

December 9, 2012  05:42 PM ET

Hell ya, just cause they been carrying the team cause the O-Line usually lays down. Yea they are brittle. Steve Vick was the reason they laid down. Out of the blue 100 mill and he did what to dogs ? Hell no they didn't play for him

December 9, 2012  06:42 PM ET

We should send free dog food to that offensive line with a thank you note.

December 9, 2012  07:10 PM ET

GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGMen!! Jets!

 
December 9, 2012  10:36 PM ET

Very brittle.

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