Wide receiver DeSean Jackson sat out Sunday's game at Atlanta after he suffered a concussion the previous week against the Redskins.
Head coach Andy Reid said on Monday that Jackson is "doing well as far as his headaches and all that goes, so we'll just see what the doctors say."
Jackson said on his radio show on 950ESPN that he's "going to play" Sunday night against the Giants.
"It's going a lot better. Every day it's getting a little better and I'm just ready for the Giants," Jackson said. "It was tough sitting at home watching. We're going through the process of getting cleared and everything, but the tests and the results are looking good right now."
Jackson has 44 catches for 769 yards and eight total touchdowns this season. In the Nov. 1 meeting against the Giants, Jackson had three catches for 78 yards which included a 54-yard touchdown reception to put the game out of reach in the second quarter.
-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 1:46 p.m., December 8