TE - PHI
The Eagles have have activated a 21-day practice window for TE Tyree Jackson.
Jackson tore his ACL in the final week of last season. He will have the next few weeks to be activated. He will likely be a depth tight end behind Dallas Goedert when healthy.
Tyree Jackson was placed on the PUP list by the Eagles Tuesday.
The move really does not come as a surprise since Jackson was on the PUP list prior to training camp. He is continuing to rehab from a torn ACL he suffered in Week 18 last season. Considering he will now miss at least the first four games of the season, fantasy managers should stay away from drafting Jackson.
The Eagles placed TE Tyree Jackson on the PUP list before training camp while he continues to rehab his knee after a late-season ACL tear.
The 24-year-old missed eight regular-season games last year with a back injury before tearing his ACL in a meaningless Week 18 game. The PUP designation means he will miss at least the first four weeks of 2022, and when he returns, he will be squarely behind Dallas Goedert and possibly Jack Stott on the depth chart, making him a fringe add in only the deepest TE-bonus leagues at this point.
Eagles tight end Tyree Jackson tore his ACL during Saturday's regular-season finale against the Cowboys.
Jackson, who had just zero catches on two targets entering this week, capitalized on an expanded role and caught three passes for 22 yards and a score against Dallas. Unfortunately, the quarterback-turned-tight end won't be available for Philadelphia in the playoffs.
Tyree Jackson competed 23-of-33 pass attempts for 175 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' preseason win over the Vikings. He added eight rushes for 78 yards and another touchdown and fumbled once.
Jackson's dual-threat ability is very intriguing, but his passing game needs work, as he is very raw at this point. He has no path to opportunity in the near future, but as a deep Superflex/2QB dynasty stash (Taxi Squad perhaps), he has a bit of appeal.
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