Found September 16, 2012 on Kramerica Sports:
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Mike Vick will have his full compliment of receivers today against the Ravens as both DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin are active and will start. Jackson was limited this past week with a hamstring injury and Maclin has been dealing with a sore hamstring. Both players will need to have a productive game for the Eagles to beat the host Ravens. Baltimore limited Andy Dalton and the Bengals to just 221 yards and no touchdowns in week one.  
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