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Jackson Scores Highlight-Reel TD

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Wide receiver DeSean Jackson captivated Eagles fans with his playmaking ability all season and he's now putting on a show for fans at the Pro Bowl.

Jackson caught a 36-yard touchdown from quarterback Andrew Luck for the first points of the unconferenced all-star game to give Team Sanders a 7-0 lead. Jackson scored on a flea-flicker from Luck, who handed off the ball to running back Jamaal Charles before pitching the ball back to Luck. Jackson beat cornerbacks Alterraun Verner and Joe Haden for the jump ball in the end zone.

This is Jackson's third appearance in the Pro Bowl. He now has three career Pro Bowl touchdowns with the other two coming in his first all-star appearance in the 2010 game. He is one of four Eagles taking part in the game along with quarterback Nick Foles, who is also on Team Sanders. Running back LeSean McCoy and guard Evan Mathis are on Team Rice.

After scoring, Jackson gave the souvenir to his mother, who was watching from the stands.

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