The question is what hurt Bradley Fletcher more: his concussion in the Eagles' Week 1 win over the Redskins or trying to make sense of his teammate's claim that there is nothing wrong with the Eagles' pass defense? We may never know.
What we do know is that Fletcher, who missed Sunday's loss to the Chargers due to a concussion, has passed all of his concussion tests and will return to the practice field according to Geoff Mosher of CSN Philly.
Fletcher, 27, played well on Monday night making seven tackles (four solo) and keeping his receivers relatively quiet.
The secondary is already shaky so losing Fletcher made it tougher on defensive coordinator Billy Davis on Sunday. Slot cornerback Brandon Boykin slid to the outside and was satisfactory. The newly re-signed Brandon Hughes stepped in on the outside, as he has been an outside corner for the majority of his career, but got burnt by the Chargers wideouts too.
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