Eagles' Kolb, Cole injured at practice

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Two more Philadelphia Eagles have gone down during an injury-filled training camp.

Backup quarterback Kevin Kolb sprained a ligament in his left knee and former Pro Bowl defensive end Trent Cole sprained his left shoulder in practice on Monday.

Kolb was injured early in the morning session. He walked to the sideline and was taken by cart to the locker room. Cole got hurt later in the session.

Kolb should be "out about a week" with his left knee MCL sprain, a source familiar with the situation told Brian Seltzer of 950 ESPN Radio in Philadelphia.

Both players will miss Thursday's preseason opener against the New England Patriots and are listed as day to day.

The Eagles have already lost starting middle linebacker Stewart Bradley and rookie tight end Cornelius Ingram for the season. Both players suffered ACL knee injuries last week.

Also, the team has officially signed QB Matt Nagy, who has served as a training camp intern coach this year and last, and released WR Brandon Robinson. Nagy went to Delaware and played in the Arena Football League.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.