DeSean Jackson (ankle) designated to return for Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles designated wide receiver DeSean Jackson (ankle) to return from injured reserve.
Jackson hasn't played since Week 7 due to an ankle fracture. He can now return to practice and the Eagles have 21 days to activate him for games. The team has some added incentive to bring Jackson back as they are still in contention for the NFC East title.
Jackson averaged 6.3 targets in four games before landing on IR. Dallas Goedert has led the Eagles with a 19.7 percent target share since Jackson went down. Jalen Reagor is second (17.0 percent) and Greg Ward is third (14.3 percent).
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