BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) - Upset by press reports that starting middle linebacker Stewart Bradley could miss the season with a knee injury, Eagles coach Andy Reid says he's not talking about it.
The Eagles confirmed Sunday night that Bradley suffered a knee injury in practice. On Monday, reports surfaced that the third-year pro has a torn ACL.
After practice, Reid criticized the media instead of discussing the injury. He said some reporters violated his 'pact' with them, which he said dictates that they ask only him about team injuries, not players or other team personnel.
"We won't talk about injuries today," Reid said.
Reid did acknowledge Bradley's absence from practice.
"He did not practice today, and that's where I'll leave it,"
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