LeSean McCoy's (thumb) X-rays came back negative, and the injury is not considered serious.
LeSean McCoy was forced from Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers with a right thumb injury.
Coach Chip Kelly downplayed LeSean McCoy's "small version" of turf toe Tuesday.
LeSean McCoy is practicing through a "small version of turf toe."
According to ESPN Eagles reporter Phil Sheridan, LeSean McCoy looks "better than ever."
LeSean McCoy hopes to rush for 2,000 yards this season.
LeSean McCoy reported to camp 5-7 pounds lighter.
Eagles running backs are racking up an "absurd" number of receptions early in camp.
Philly Mag's Sheil Kapadia does not expect the Eagles to lighten LeSean McCoy's workload.
NFL.com's Albert Breer reports the Eagles want to "move even faster in 2014."
LeSean McCoy went over 130 rushing yards four times in Nick Foles' final seven games of last season.
According to the Allentown Morning Call, the Eagles' goal is "definitely to move a lot faster this year" on offense.
LeSean McCoy said he expects to get fewer touches this season with the addition of Darren Sproles.
Beat writer Sheil Kapadia says it's "unlikely" LeSean McCoy "sees a significant decrease" in usage next season despite the acquisition of Darren Sproles.