Through two practices of Philadelphia Eagles training camp, there are no major injuries to report. There are a few minor ones to point out, however.
Eagles starting nose tackle Bennie Logan sat out of some drills during the team's first practice on Saturday. On Sunday, Logan missed the entire practice. The reason for Logan's absence is a hamstring injury, per Birds 24/7.
Logan told Birds 24/7 afterwards that he is dealing with a tight hamstring and that the training staff is holding him out just to be on the safe side. He expects to return in the near future.
It's good to see Logan is expected back soon. He's a second year player that could benefit from training camp repetitions. Filling in for Logan was the duo of second year nose tackle Damion Square and seventh round pick Beau Allen. Undrafted free agent Wade Keliikipi is the other nose tackle on the Eagles roster.
The other injury to report involves cornerback Roc Carmichael. Carmichael made inadvertent contact with Eagles receiver Brad Smith during a play and walked off fine but was later seen heading into the Eagles facility. Smith was also slow to get up but he remained outside. There's been no update on Carmichael status but there's also been no reason to believe it's anything major at this time.
As JasonB pointed out yesterday, a healthy camp is what matters most. So far, the Eagles definitely have that going for them.