Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Philadelphia running back Brian Westbrook, who left Sunday's 34-31 overtime win in Cleveland with a bruised sternum, is questionable for this week's game against Baltimore.
"He'll struggle here for a couple of days," Eagles head coach Andy Reid said Monday at his weekly news conference. "We'll see how he does as time goes on."
If Westbrook -- the Eagles' leading rusher -- can't play, look for Dorsey Levens and Reno Mahe to replace him against the Ravens.
Westbrook ran for 43 yards on 13 carries before leaving the game in the third quarter against Cleveland. He also caught three passes for 17 yards.
In six games for Philadelphia (6-0), the three-year veteran has run for 458 yards and one touchdown on 90 carries and accumulated 249 receiving yards on 31 catches.
Westbrook, who scored 13 touchdowns last season, missed the 2003 playoffs after suffering a torn triceps tendon in his left arm in the season finale against Washington.