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Pro Sports Daily:
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson left Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons in the third quarter with a an undisclosed injury, according to NFL.com. Jackson had five catches for 59 yards before exiting. He was slow to get up after making a reception. He went to the sideline and then jogged to the locker room. FOX's TV broadcast reported that the Eagles' training staff examined Jackson's lower left leg.
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