Curtis could return Sunday for Eagles
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Kevin Curtis, out since the second week of the season with a knee injury, could return for Sunday's home game with the San Francisco 49ers.
Curtis would replace rookie receiver Jeremy Maclin, who reinjured his left foot in Sunday night's win over the New York Giants and could be out for two weeks or more.
Maclin left Sunday night in the first quarter with torn tissue in the bottom of his foot. He left Giants Stadium after the game on crutches.
The Eagles are on a four-game winning streak and in sole possession of first place in the NFC East after the 45-38 win over New York. The Eagles (9-4), hold a one-game lead over the Dallas Cowboys (8-5) and a two-game lead over the Giants (7-6).