DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin To Play Sunday, According To Report

Philadelphia Eagles wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin will both play Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens (1:05 p.m. ET on CBS), ESPN's Sal Paolantonio is reporting. Both Jackson (sore hamstring) and Maclin (hip) entered the contest as questionable, however, each worked out for front office brass and coaches, and both looked fine.

This is great news for Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, who targeted both Jackson and Maclin a lot during the season-opening victory, 17-16, over the Cleveland Browns last Sunday. Maclin finished the game with seven catches for 96 yards and a touchdown, while Jackson caught four balls for 77 yards.

On Friday, both players returned to practice after missing three days. After practice head coach Andy Reid said Maclin was going to be a game-time decision. The 6'0'', 198-pound Maclin insisted he was going to play and he was right.

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