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Eagles activate 21-day practice window for WR DeSean Jackson

The Eagles activated wide receiver DeSean Jackson's 21-day practice window on Monday. Jackson is eligible to come off Injured Reserve and will be added to the active roster if he can show in practice this week that he's good to go.

Jackson suffered a lower-leg injury on a late hit by Giants safety Madre Harper while fielding a punt return in the Week 7 win. He's missed the past seven games.

In all, Jackson has played just four games in 2020, catching 13 passes for 155 yards in 159 snaps. He also missed three games after suffering a hamstring injury in the Week 3 tie with the Bengals.

A three-time Pro Bowl selection, Jackson has led the NFL in yards per reception four times in his career, most recently the 2018 season. He ranked first in NFL history in touchdowns of 60-plus yards (24) and is second with 31 touchdowns of 50-plus yards. 

Jackson is fifth in the NFL among active players with 10,575 career receiving yards. His 6,431 receiving yards as an Eagle rank fourth in franchise history.

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