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Wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin are in the starting lineup for the Eagles against the Baltimore Ravens.
Jackson and Maclin were both listed as questionable on Friday's injury report. Jackson has a hamstring injury and Maclin has a hip pointer.
Running back Dion Lewis, quarterback Trent Edwards and offensive lineman Dennis Kelly are among Philadelphia's inactives.
Wide receiver LaQuan Williams, cornerback Asa Jackson and defensive linemen DeAngelo Tyson and Bryan Hall are among Baltimore's inactives.
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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, there’s a good chance that Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring) will play in tomorrow’s game against the Ravens.
Jeremy Maclin has been reportedly telling people he’ll playing. He’s been dealing with a hip flexor that he suffered last week.
Sounds like DeSean Jackson has a good shot to play tomorrow and Jeremy Maclin...
Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring) has a "good shot" to play Sunday against the Ravens, according to Jason La Canfora.Fantasy Spin:Jackson may play but his strength is his speed and that will surely be compromised by his hamstring injury so fantasy owners with other options should consider sitting him.
Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring) will play Sunday despite his injury, a league source told NBCSports.com.Fantasy Spin:Jackson's strength is his speed and that will surely be compromised by a hamstring injury. Fantasy owners with other options should consider sitting him.
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.
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...
Jason La Canfora of CBSsports is reporting that DeSean Jackson “has a good shot to play tomorrow” against the Ravens. Jackson has been limited this week with a hamstring injury.
The injury occurred at practice on Wednesday and has limited Jackson throughout the remainder of the week.
La Canfora also reports that fellow wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has been telling people that...
According to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is expected to play in today’s game against the Ravens, despite a hamstring injury.
DeSean Jackson out on field running around, catching passes. Again, he is expected to go today.
— Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) September 16, 2012
Philadelphia wideout Jeremy Maclin is active for the Week 2 matchup with the Ravens and will start.Fantasy Spin:Maclin was in and out of the lineup in Week 1 but still managed to catch seven balls for 96 yards and a touchdown. The Eagles need him to have a chance against Baltimore. Fantasy owners should have him in their lineups.
Could the rumor be true? With receiver Jeremy Maclin fighting an injury, it only makes sense for the Eagles to bring in a new addition to the wide receiver spot. Chad Johnson might have some trouble past, but the Eagles will serve as his rehabilitation center. The Eagles coaching staff has had alot of experience with discarted players trying to re build their image. he would have...
Fantasy football owners that are stressing over injury reports in regards to whether or not their stud wide receivers Roddy White, Steve Smith, Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson will play during week two can breathe easy.
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Mike Vick hooked up with DeSean Jackson on what could be the catch of the day. With Vick and his Eagles backed up deep in their red zone, he launched a perfectly thrown ball to a laid out DeSean Jackson. Jackson somehow pulled in the grab just as Ed Reed absolutely crushed him. DeSean Jackson netted 49-yards on the play.
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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...