PHILADELPHIA -- One day after beating the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid announced that rookie defensive end Brandon Graham suffered a torn ACL in his knee and linebacker Stewart Bradley sustained a dislocated elbow in the victory.
Graham was taken 13th overall in this year's draft by the Eagles, who traded up in the first round to get him.
In 13 games this year, Graham recorded 13 tackles and three sacks. According to Reid, the Michigan product will likely land on injured reserve.
Bradley, who missed the entire 2009 season with a torn ACL, has 60 tackles, one sack and one interception over 12 games this season.
Reid stated that Bradley will miss at least a few weeks of action, but will not be placed on IR.