Eagles RB Darren Sproles suffers broken arm against Giants

Eagles RB Darren Sproles suffers broken arm against Giants

Eagles RB Darren Sproles suffers broken arm against Giants

Sproles will have an MRI done on Monday to determine the extent of the injury and a potential timetable for his return. Sproles, still the team's most dynamic weapon, nearly certainly is lost for the season. In just over four seasons with the Eagles, Sproles has rushed 246 times for 1,134 yards and 11 touchdowns while also hauling in 154 catches for 1,275 yards and three touchdowns.

"On the field, Sproles is the Eagles" most well-rounded running back, as he can run inside, run outside, be a weapon in the passing game, and he's easily the team's best back in pass protection.

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NFL Network first reported the Eagles' concern that Sproles suffered a broken arm.

The 13-year veteran said in December, via ESPN.com, that this could be his final season in an National Football League uniform.

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"[My family] wanted me to [retire] this year".

While the loss of Sproles will be big in the running, receiving and return games, the Eagles got strong performances from their other trio of backs on Sunday.

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The Eagles were already thin at running back. Blount matched Smallwood with 12 carries and had 67 yards. LeGarrette Blount and Corey Clement also ran for touchdowns.

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