3P: Eagles QB Kolb, LB Bradley Fail Concussion Tests; Giants TE Boss Ruled Out With Concussion; Ingram Cleared To Debut For No. 1 Alabama

BRADLEY, KOLB FAIL CONSUSSION TESTS:
According to ESPN's Sal Paolantonio, Eagles LB Stewart Bradley and QB Kevin Kolb did not pass concussion testing Wednesday but head coach Andy Reid said they both "made progress" from Monday. Reid said Michael Vick will run the offense in practice Wednesday and Thursday and "We'll take Friday as it comes." GIANTS TE BOSS RULED OUT WITH CONCUSSION:
New York Giants tight end Kevin Boss has been ruled out for this Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts with a concussion. While he would not comment on the severity of the concussion, coach Tom Coughlin ruled Boss out on Wednesday. The team signed tight end Bear Pascoe off its practice squad this week. Pascoe and Travis Beckum are the team's only healthy tight ends on the roster.

ALABAMA RB MARK INGRAM WILL PLAY SATURDAY:
Alabama coach Nick Saban says Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram is "ready to go." Ingram has practiced all week for the top-ranked Crimson Tide ahead of Saturday's visit to Duke. The tailback missed the first two games after having arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. Saban said Wednesday he hasn't decided Ingram's role for his first game back. Trent Richardson has started in his place.