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Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson didn't looked bothered by his hamstring injury Sunday against the Ravens.Fantasy Spin:Jackson caught seven passes for 114 yards in the game. He should be fine going forward and he'll get a significant value boost if Jeremy Maclin is out for an extended period of time.
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