Free agent CB Ellis Hobbs reiterated that he has not decided to retire from the NFL due to serious neck injuries.
Free agent CB Ellis Hobbs (neck) has yet to commit to retirement this offseason.
Free agent CB Ellis Hobbs is now refuting reports that he's decided to retire due to serious neck injuries.
According to Fox Sports' Adam Caplan, CB Ellis Hobbs will definitely retire after his second serious neck injury in two years.
Eagles CB Ellis Hobbs (neck, injured reserve) says he's retiring, but he's still leaving the door open for a possible return.
Eagles CB Ellis Hobbs' (neck, injured reserve) agent, Kevin Omell, has denied an ESPN report that his client is leaning towards retirement.
Eagles CB Ellis Hobbs (neck, injured reserve) is reportedly leaning toward retiring from the NFL.
Eagles placed CB Ellis Hobbs on injured reserve with a damaged disc in his neck, ending his season.
FOX Sports' Adam Caplan reports that the Eagles are expected to place CB Ellis Hobbs (neck) on injured reserve soon.
An MRI on Ellis Hobbs' back/neck revealed a disc injury and he will not play against the Bears Sunday.
NBC's Andrea Kremer reports that CB Ellis Hobbs' X-rays were negative, and the Eagle walked to the locker room wearing a neck brace.
Eagles DB Ellis Hobbs was carted off on a stretcher after his neck was injured on a legal helmet-to-helmet hit from Giants special teamer Dave Tollefson on the opening kickoff of the third quarter.
Eagles CB Ellis Hobbs (hip) has been ruled out for Week 10.
Eagles CB Ellis Hobbs (hip) returned to practice on a limited basis Thursday, but coach Andy Reid said it would be "a stretch" to think Hobbs could play in Week 10.