AP reports: The Eagles expect to get running back Brian...

AP reports: The Eagles expect to get running back Brian Westbrook
and wide receiver Kevin Curtis back on the field for Sunday's game
against the Atlanta Falcons. Head coach Andy Reid said at a press
conference on Wednesday that both players should be ready to go
for Sunday. Westbrook missed Philadelphia's 40-26 win over the San
Francisco 49ers on October 12 with fractured ribs. The Pro Bowl
running back suffered the injury in the Eagles' 23-17 loss to
Washington on October 5. The Eagles are coming off a bye, and
Westbrook returned to practice on Wednesday. In four games this
season for the 3-3 Eagles, Westbrook has run for 194 yards and
four touchdowns on 54 carries. He also has 14 catches for 97 yards
and two scores. Curtis has yet to play this season after
undergoing surgery in August for a sports hernia. Reid said
Wednesday that Curtis will probably make his season debut against
the Falcons. Curtis had 77 receptions for 1,110 yards and six
touchdowns last season for the Eagles, his first campaign with the

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