Coach Doug Pederson said Wednesday that he now considers Jackson (abdomen) to be day-to-day, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Pederson's injury updates often use the "day-to-day" or "week-to-week" terminology, though in this case, he's provided some added detail, mentioning Monday that Jackson will be held out of Wednesday's practice to focus on conditioning work. A return to practice Thursday and/or Friday might give the wide receiver a shot to play in Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Coach Doug Pederson said that Jackson (abdomen) won't participate in the Eagles' first practice of the week Wednesday and will instead focus on conditioning, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Pederson's comments during his Monday media availability struck a different tone than what he had to say about Jackson during a radio appearance earlier in the day with Angelo Cataldi of Sports Radio 94 WIP, when the coach expressed hope that the wideout would be ready to play Week 7 in Dallas. While a return from a four-game absence could still come to fruition, it likely will be contingent on Jackson practicing on at least a limited basis Thursday and Friday. Mack Hollins has benefited the most from increased snaps while Jackson has been out, but the enhanced role hasn't translated to many targets (12).
Jackson (abdomen) could return for Week 7 against the Cowboys, Eliot Shorr-Parks of 94 WIP Sports Radio reports. "[Jackson] is feeling good," coach Doug Pederson said Monday. "I can't promise anything, but we are hopeful he can return this week."
Pederson suggested he'll have a more detailed update on Jackson at a Monday afternoon press conference. The wide receiver has been running on land and doing other rehab work in a pool, but he hasn't practiced since Week 2, when he initially was diagnosed with an abdominal strain.
Jackson (abdomen) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
With Jackson still out, Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor are in line to head the Eagles' Week 6 wideout corps, with Mack Hollins slated to serve as the team's No. 3 option at the position. On the plus side, Jackson was able to run this week, which suggests that the speedster has a chance to return to action Week 7 against the Cowboys.
Head coach Doug Pederson said Jackson (abdomen) has been able to run this week as expected, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports.
Pederson's comments indicate things are going as planned with Jackson, but unless he was able to get some work in Friday with his teammates, he figures to remain sidelined for another week. Jackson's official status for Sunday's game against the Vikings will be revealed when the Eagles' final injury report of the week is released.
Jackson (abdomen) didn't participate in Thursday's practice.
Even though coach Doug Pederson relayed earlier in the week that Jackson was progressing in his recovery from an abdominal strain, the wideout hasn't shown much evidence of improvement in practice. He didn't log any on-field reps either Wednesday or Thursday, likely putting him in line for a fourth consecutive missed game Sunday in Minnesota. Assuming that's the case, Mack Hollins would maintain a regular role in the Eagles' three-receiver formations.
Jackson (abdomen) is scheduled to begin outdoor rehab work this week, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
This is a step in the right direction, but it's not the same as a return to practicing with teammates. Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger doesn't expect Jackson to return for Week 6 in Minnesota, nor does Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com. It appears Mack Hollins will get at least one more week with a regular spot in three-wide formations.
Coach Doug Pederson said Monday that Jackson (abdomen) is still rehabbing and "getting close," Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Pederson also confirmed that Jackson isn't at risk of needing surgery, given that his abdominal issue is a strain, according to Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal. The veteran wideout hasn't resumed practicing since he picked up the injury Week 2, but it looks like he's inching toward a return. It nonetheless appears as though Jackson is trending toward a lack of availability Week 6, in which case Alshon Jeffery and Zach Ertz would continue to operate as the Eagles' primary pass catchers.
Jackson (abdomen) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jets, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports.
Jackson, who missed the last two games and was a non-participant at practice Wednesday and Thursday, was unable to show enough Friday to maintain a possibility of playing Week 5. Nelson Agholor figures to be more involved in his absence, though Alshon Jeffery and Zach Ertz should remain the top pass catchers for QB Carson Wentz.
Jackson (abdomen) didn't practice Thursday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Jackson remains embedded in rehabilitation of his abdominal injury, and every day that he misses practice, the odds of him suiting up Sunday against the Jets decrease. He'll have one more shot to get on the field this week before the Eagles make a ruling on his status for Week 5. If Jackson sits out again, Alshon Jeffery and Zach Ertz will remain the top pass-catching options for Carson Wentz.
Jackson (abdomen) won't practice Wednesday, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports.
Coach Doug Pederson hasn't ruled Jackson out for Week 5 against the Jets, but Pederson noted that the speedy wideout is still working his way through the rehab process. Jackson has already missed two games and now seems likely to miss a third. A return to practice Thursday or Friday might give him a shot to play this weekend.
Jackson (abdomen) will undergo tests this week, with his availability uncertain for Week 5 against the Jets, Olivia Schaller of the Eagles' official website reports.
Jackson missed the past two games and didn't log any level of participation in practice. Another absence would leave Mack Hollins with a spot in three-wide formations, though the Eagles often used two-TE sets with Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz during Thursday's 34-27 win over the Packers.
Jackson (abdomen) is officially ruled out for Thursday's game against the Packers.
Jackson will miss a second consecutive game due to his abdominal strain. His lack of availability isn't much of a surprise, considering that Jackson has yet to resume practicing since suffering the injury Week 2. On a brighter note for Philadelphia's wideout corps, Alshon Jeffery (calf) appears fully recovered from an injury of his own and will suit up alongside Nelson Agholor, Mack Hollins and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside on Thursday.
Jackson (abdomen) was listed as a non-participant in Tuesday's walk-through practice, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, coach Doug Pederson said earlier in the day that Jackson will likely miss a second straight game Thursday in Green Bay, so the wideout's absence from practice isn't much of a surprise. On a more fortunate note for the Eagles' injury-depleted pass-catching group, Alshon Jeffery (calf) put in a full practice Tuesday and seems to be tracking toward a return from a one-week absence.
Jackson (abdomen) is expected to miss Thursday's game in Green Bay, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
The Eagles are more optimistic about Alshon Jeffery (calf), who was listed as questionable for Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Lions. Mack Hollins and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside filled in at wide receiver, combining for a 5-72-0 receiving line on 10 targets. Jackson doesn't seem to have much shot at playing on a short week.
Head coach Doug Pederson said Friday morning that Jackson (abdomen) won't play Sunday against the Lions, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
It was reported earlier in the week that Jackson was expected to miss a couple games because of his abdominal injury, and Pederson confirmed Friday that Jackson will miss at least the Eagles' Week 3 contest. Philadelphia will play Thursday night in Week 4, which won't give Jackson much additional time to recover, and could lead to him missing that second game as anticipated. With Jackson out this week, and Alshon Jeffery (calf) questionable, the trio of Nelson Agholor, J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and Mack Hollins could all see extra snaps, as they did in Week 2.
Jackson (abdomen) didn't attend practice Thursday, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The absence marks Jackson's second consecutive, which isn't a shock because of his expected two-game absence due to an abdominal strain. The Eagles' receiving corps was ravaged Week 2 in Atlanta, with all of Jackson, Alshon Jeffery (calf) and tight end Dallas Goedert (calf) missing most or all of that contest. As a result, Zach Ertz, Nelson Agholor, rookie J.J. Arcega Whiteside and Mack Hollins seem destined to be Carson Wentz's top options in the passing attack Sunday against the Lions.
Jackson was diagnosed Tuesday with an abdominal strain and is expected to miss about two weeks as a result of the injury, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
The Eagles will likely provide an official update on Jackson's status following the team's first Week 3 practice Wednesday, but McManus' report suggests Philadelphia is already planning to be without the wideout Sunday versus Detroit. After the game against the Lions, the Eagles will face a quick turnaround in Week 4, traveling to Green Bay for a Thursday night game. The likelihood of a multi-game absence for Jackson leaves the Eagles' pass-catching corps in a ragged state, as Alshon Jeffery (calf) and Dallas Goedert (calf) are also question marks heading into Week 3. Depth options J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and Mack Hollins both handled significant snap shares in the Week 2 loss to the Falcons and look poised to hold down elevated roles on offense for at least the next game or two.
Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger noted Monday that his impression is that Jackson's groin injury isn't considered serious, though the wideout's Week 3 status is not clear at this stage.
Meanwhile, Alshon Jeffery could miss time with a calf injury, so for now the Eagles' top healthy wide receiver options are Nelson Agholor, Mack Hollins and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside.
Jackson (groin) did not receive a target before leaving Sunday's loss to Atlanta with a groin injury.
Jackson was labeled as "questionable to return" later in the game, but the wideout -- along with Alshon Jeffery (calf) -- never got back into the contest. The veteran wideout was seen walking with a limp after the game, but he nodded that he would be okay when asked by reporters, ESPN's Tim McManus reports. Jackson will likely be a limited participant in practices this week, with a more-definitive injury designation placed later in the week.
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