Saints vs. Eagles, 2014 NFL injury report: Keenan Lewis, Brent Celek leave game

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

New Orleans is moving on but not without a key question in the secondary.

The New Orleans Saints earned a very tough road win on Saturday night over the Philadelphia Eagles, giving themselves a date with the Seattle Seahawks this weekend.

New Orleans escaped Philadelphia without much news on the injury front, although with the notable exception of Keenan Lewis. The top cornerback left the game with what is believed to be a concussion, putting his status for Seattle in jeopardy, per ESPN.

Lewis will have to pass a battery of tests to be cleared to play. If he can't, he'll join Jabari Greer and Kenny Vaccaro as prominent members of the Saints secondary who have been shelved.

For the Eagles, their season comes to an abrupt close. Philadelphia remained mostly healthy, although tight end Brent Celek left the game with a neck injury, according to Reuben Frank of CSN Philly. It's uncertain what his timetable is for returning.

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