The Philadelphia Eagles are clinging to faint playoff hopes, but some help is on the way for their offense.
NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Saturday that the Eagles are activating DeSean Jackson, and he will play this Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys in a must-win game.
Jackson has not played since Oct. 22 when he suffered a suffered a non-displaced fracture in his ankle during a win over the Giants and was subsequently placed on injured reserve. Jackson has only played in four games this season and had 13 catches for 155 yards.
Jackson missed time early this season due to a hamstring injury.
Here’s other injury and roster news we’re tracking this Saturday:
- Revenge is afoot in Jacksonville. The Jaguars will start quarterback Mike Glennon on Sunday against the Chicago Bears, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports..
- Daniel Jones will be back on the field for the Giants this Sunday against the Ravens. Rapoport and Pelissero report Jones is expected to start after being listed as questionable due to hamstring and ankle injuries.
- The Indianapolis Colts will be without offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo (knee/ankle) for Sunday’s showdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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