Doug Pederson said Monday that tests revealed only a hand bruise for Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.
Pederson said Wentz should be able to practice when the team takes the field Wednesday to prepare for this Sunday’s game at Miami, and then presumably should be fine to play against the Dolphins.
Wentz injured his throwing hand while making a tackle Sunday after a fumbled exchange with running back Miles Sanders. It was one of five turnovers that sabotaged a solid Eagles defensive effort in a 17-9 loss to Seattle.
After the game, Wentz and Pederson said X-rays were negative, but Wentz left the locker room with a large ice pack on his hand. Monday, reporters spotted Wentz walking to his car without the ice pack.
Pederson said Wentz’s hand probably will be sore, but he seemed confident Wentz’s grip on the ball will not be affected.