WR - PHI
Week 3 Outlook
Eagles WR DeSean Jackson had to leave the Week 3 game vs. the Bengals early with a hamstring injury, however he’s being considered day-to-day and there’s optimism he can play in Week 4 vs. the 49ers.
Greg Ward stepped up big time in Jackson’s absence in Week 3 and would be called upon to do the same in Week 4 should Jackson miss time. With the loss of TE Dallas Goedert for what looks like a couple weeks, Ward could be a busy man even if Jackson goes in Week 4.
Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who left the team's Week 3 matchup against the Cleveland Browns and didn't return, undergoing tests on his hamstring today, though the belief is it’s a minor strain, according to a report from NFL insider Mike Garafolo. He is currently considered questionable for the team's Week 4 matchup against the San Francisco 49ers.
Jackson is not off to a great start to the 2020 season. In Week 1, he only caught two passes while spending plenty of time on the sidelines as the team eased him into game action. After catching six passes for 64 yards last week, he caught just two of his four targets for 11 yards before leaving in Week 3. It sounds like he could miss the team's Week 4 matchup against the 49ers, but we won't know more about his status until later in the week.
Eagles WR Desean Jackson has been downgraded from ‘questionable to return’ to out due to a hamstring injury.
Jackson has a history of hamstring injuries and it looks like he’ll be sidelined once again. Jackson left the game after only hauling in two receptions for 11 yards. Jackson is trending towards a drop candidate in 12-team redraft formats.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson will sit out Wednesday's practice as the team looks to manage his reps during the week.
The load management plan the Eagles have for their top receiver is a shrewd move given the injuries already piling up in their receiver room. Jackson is second on the team in receptions, targets, and receiving yards, and will hopefully be ready for an even bigger role with Jalen Reagor sidelined. We should see Jackson back at practice in some capacity later this week.
Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson caught six of his team-leading nine targets for 64 yards in Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
Jackson has received 13 targets over the team's first two games, but Philly's inconsistent offensive production has been a cause for concern. He has a good matchup in Week 3 against the Bengals at home and should be considered a low-end WR3 in most formats.
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