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Eagles Training Camp Injury Report: Bennie Logan returns

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No major injuries have occurred through the first four Eagles practices.

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The Philadelphia Eagles finished their fourth training camp practice on Tuesday and there are still no major injuries to report. There are a few minor ones to note, however.

Before we get to those, it should be noted that starting nose tackle Bennie Logan returned to practice on Wednesday. He left the team's first practice (Saturday) early and hadn't been participating since that day. Logan is reportedly dealing with a hamstring issue. The Eagles are seemingly easing Logan back into the rotation by having Damion Square take the starting nose tackle repetitions for now.

As for the minor injuries, wide receiver Riley Cooper, running back Chris Polk, and center Julian Vandervelde all sat out of Wednesday's practice. Here's an update on each player straight from Eagles head coach Chip Kelly.

On Riley Cooper: "He's got a foot that he's working on, he should be back very shortly."

On Chris Polk: "Polk's got a hamstring, I think it is, he should be back very shortly too"

On Julian Vandervelde: "He's got a back. I think he's back tomorrow."

"None of those guys are out [for long]. They're only out for a couple of days as far as I understand right now."

The Eagles are fortunate to not have had any major injuries to this point*. At this time date last year the team had already lost wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and linebacker Jason Phillips to ACL injuries.

So far, so good.