PHILADELPHIA - According to multiple reports, Eagles back-up quarterback Josh McCown played the second half of the Eagles playoff game against the Seahawks with a torn hamstring.
McCown, 42, entered the game after Carson Wentz was injured on a viscous helmet-to-helmet hit by Seahawks lineman Jadeveon Clowney.
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In Wentz's absence, McCown, who Philadelphia signed out of retirement, went 18-24 on pass attempts and threw for 174 yards. Seattle managed to sack the veteran quarterback six times.
ESPN's Tim McManus reports that McCown will undergo surgery next week.