Jeremy Maclin Injury: Week 2 Status In Doubt

ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 18: Jeremy Maclin #18 of the Philadelphia Eagles pulls in this reception for a touchdown against the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome on September 18, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has suffered a hip flexor injury and is questionable for Week 2.

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has a hip flexor injury that will leave him questionable for Sunday's Week 2 contest against the Baltimore Ravens, according to head coach Andy Reid.

In the team's victory against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, Maclin appeared to be in pain, as he required medical attention on two separate occasions during one drive. At one point he was forced to leave the field to return to the locker room.

Despite the discomfort, Maclin was able to return and finished the game with game-highs in almost every receiving category, compiling seven receptions for 96 yards and one touchdown.

Via Philly.com:

"He battled through it," Reid said. "You got to give him credit for that. He got himself through it, but he's awful tender today."

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