His right arm already out of the sling, Corey Clement moved his arms up and down and waved to a few news cameras gathered around his locker to show off his range of motion.
The Eagles' running back on Wednesday afternoon was breathing a sigh of relief.
The shoulder injury Clement suffered on the opening kickoff in the second half Sunday is not serious and he says he's day-to-day. The sling he wore for two days was just a precautionary measure from the Eagles' trainers.
I'm out of the sling already," Clement said, "so I'm really trying to keep calm, realizing that it's still early in the season. … I know I'll be back out there soon.
Clement is among a group of Eagles - Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson and Dallas Goedert included - who were listed as day-to-day by head coach Doug Pederson earlier on Wednesday, even though none of them practiced.
Wednesday's injury report was an estimation because they held a walkthrough:
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Did not practice: Clement (shoulder), Goedert (calf), Jackson (abdomen), Jeffery (calf), Tim Jernigan (foot), Jordan Mailata (back)
Limited: Derek Barnett (shoulder), Fletcher Cox (toe), Johnathan Cyprien (knee), Rudy Ford (hamstring), Nathan Gerry (knee, calf), Kamu Grugier-Hill (knee)
Full: Nate Sudfeld (wrist)
On the play where Clement was hurt, on the opening kickoff in the second half on Sunday night, he actually fumbled away the football. It was a bad time for a fumble because Atlanta took over and quickly scored a touchdown to go up 17-6.
"I was surprised the damn ball came out," Clement said. "I was like, ‘how the Hell does that happen?' And then I didn't pay attention to how close I was to the ground, so that shook me up a bit."
When Clement first hit the ground, he was worried because he landed on his right shoulder, the same one where he tore his labrum back in 2011 at Glassboro High School.
This injury, he said, isn't serious at all.
"I don't even know what it is," Clement said, before waving to the cameras. "I got full motion, I'm fine. I'll be back out there soon, no worries."
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