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Eagles lose Kessler but ride Thorson past Jaguars

Reuters | Philadelphia | Updated: 16-08-2019 07:58 IST | Created: 16-08-2019 07:57 IST
Eagles lose Kessler but ride Thorson past Jaguars
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After losing quarterback Cody Kessler to injury early, the visiting Philadelphia Eagles leaned on rookie Clayton Thorson in a 24-10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the second week of the preseason Thursday night. Thorson, a fifth-round pick out of Northwestern, finished 16 of 26 for 175 yards with a touchdown -- a 38-yarder to Greg Ward Jr. -- and an interception. Kessler left after four attempts and was placed in concussion protocol, a week after backup Nate Sudfeld broke his wrist. Sudfeld is expected to miss a few regular-season games.

Starter Carson Wentz, who is healthy, rested for the second straight week, as did his old backup on the other sideline, new Jaguars starter Nick Foles. Sixth-round rookie Gardner Minshew started for Jacksonville, finishing 19 of 29 for 202 yards with a lost fumble. Jaguars receiver C.J. Board had a game-high five receptions for 54 yards.



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