Eagles WR Cooper fractures collarbone

PFW staff
July 28, 2012
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Eagles WR Riley Cooper suffered a left collarbone fracture in Saturday’s practice, the team confirmed.

The third-year wideout had 16 catches for 315 yards and a touchdown last season. He played in all 16 games with three starts. He will likely be out for several weeks and left practice to get X-rays.

DE Jason Babin was also hurt at practice, straining his right calf. The team announced that he will have an MRI this evening.