Owens participated in both the morning and afternoon sessions.
After wearing full pads for the morning practice, players wore
shells and shorts during a brief afternoon workout.
The five-time Pro Bowl player was scheduled to sign autographs with
the rest of the wide receivers after the morning practice, but was
a no-show. The team said he was receiving treatment.
Beginning the second year of a seven-year deal worth just under
$49 million, the disgruntled Owens is still hoping that the Eagles
will redo his contract.
Owens left practice Thursday morning and did not return for the
afternoon session. Coach Andy Reid dismissed any suggestion that
the injury might not be genuine, calling it a chronic condition.
Last season, Owens had 77 receptions for 1,200 yards and a
franchise-record 14 touchdowns before severely injuring his ankle
late in the season. He missed the final two regular-season games
and the first two playoff games before returning for the Super
Bowl, in which he had nine receptions for 122 yards.