Late in the second quarter of the Philadelphia Eagles showdown with the Washington Redskins, running back LeSean McCoy left the game with a right hamstring injury and his return is questionable.
McCoy who had tallied a team-leading 37 rushing yards anda touchdown on seven carries went down suddenly in the midst of a ten-yard run and grabbed his hamstring.
After walking off the field under his own power McCoy was worked on on the trainer's table and appeared to be in obvious pain shortly after the injury. He ultimately went inside for evaluation.
The league's leading rusher returned with his teammates when the offense took the field for their first possession of the second-half.
The Eagles drive resulted in an Alex Henery 24-yard field goal extendeding Philadelphia's lead to 17-0.
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