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According to Rotoworld.com, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver’s Jeremy Maclin (hip flexor) and DeSean Jackson (hamstring) were held out of practice on Thursday.
“Jackson’s absence comes out of nowhere. He played the entire game in Week 1 and was listed as a full participant during Wednesday’s practice. D-Jax either pulled the hammy at the end of practice or simply woke up feeling sore Thursday. We’ll know more about his status for Sunday’s showdown with the Ravens by Frida,” wrote Rotoworld.
Not sure what the Eagles would do without both Maclin and Jackson this week. As we know hamstring injuries aren’t a joke, they could linger for weeks and a hip flexor can cause a player to miss at least one game.
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Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson is questionable for Sunday's matchup versus the Ravens. He's dealing with a hamstring injury.Fantasy Spin:Jackson returned to practice in a limited capacity Friday. The Eagles need all the help they can get if they want to beat Baltimore, so we'd expect Jackson to be on the field Sunday even though coach Andy Reid is calling him a game-time decision.
Eagles wide receivers Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson missed Thursday's practice with injuries. Head coach Andy Reid said Maclin (hip) and Jackson (hamstring) would not participate but could still play in Sunday's game against the Ravens. Maclin has a hip pointer, and remains extremely tender, Reid said. Jackson's hamstring injury is not considered serious but...
The Philadelphia Eagles were shorthanded at practice today as starters Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson rested on the sidelines due to injuries. Jackson, a former second round pick from the University of California, was held out of practice today due to an injured hamstring.
Jeff McLain of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports, “The Eagles wide receiver injured his hamstring during...
The Eagles have listed wide receiver Jeremy Maclin as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Ravens. Maclin has been dealing with a hip flexor that he suffered in last week’s win over the Browns.
RT @davespadaro: “Nothing” can hold him back from playing vs Ravens, says WR Maclin, who is listed as questionable
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) September 14, 2012
According to Geoff Mosher of CSNPhilly.com, Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin isn’t practicing today after suffering a hip pointer during Sunday’s win over the Browns.
Andy Reid: Maclin only one who won’t practice. Still has hip pointer.
— Geoff Mosher (@GeoffMosherCSN) September 12, 2012
Hip pointers can be tricky, there’s a chance Maclin could miss this week’s game...
According to Les Bowen of Philly.com, Philadelphia wideout Jeremy Maclin isn't feeling pain from his hip injury and thinks he will play on Sunday.Fantasy Spin:The Eagles, Michael Vick and fantasy owners would be a lot happier if Maclin is out on the field. It certainly sounds like he's going to play.
Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin (hip) will not practice Wednesday but he hasn't been ruled out for Sunday's game, according to Geoff Mosher of CSN Philly.Fantasy Spin:Eagles coach Andy Reid said Maclin has made progress with his hip injury. He could be a game-time call Sunday if he can't fully practice Thursday or Friday.
As if the Eagles didn’t have enough issues with wide receiver depth with Jeremy Maclin’s hip stinger, suffered during Philadelphia’s Week 1 win against the Browns, the team saw DeSean Jackson sit out of practice on Thursday due to a hamstring injury.
The injury occurred during Wednesday’s practice and Jackson “was seen walking around afterward with a large wrap of ice on...
Andy Reid announced after a skin-of-your teeth win against Cleveland in week 1 that wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has a hip pointer. Maclin caught 7 passes Sunday for 96 yards and was the Eagles best receiver. The fact that he was even able to play the whole game was a small victory. Maclin got roughed up on two plays, and was shaken up both times. He sat out a down after the first...
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Bills RB Fred Jackson (right knee)
Jock to Doc take: Jackson confirmed on Monday after his MRI that his ligament was sprained and not torn. He also revealed that the team will re-evaluate the injury in a week so the doctors can give him a more accurate timetable based on how fast it is healing. Nonetheless, according to the official Buffalo...
Welcome to the 2012 regular season debut of Xs and Os with the Bros by Xs and Os editor @rodofdisaster. This feature represents a basic attempt to dive deeper into the game of football, learn something about the X’s and O’s that make it go, and better appreciate the games within the game. It’s called Xs and Os with the Bros because you don’t have to be a player, coach, or...