BETHLEHAM, Pa. -- DeSean Jackson is back practicing after he hyperextended his knee yesterday. The wide receiver sat out this morning's practice, but could have gone if weren't for the wet field conditions, coach Andy Reid said.
Jackson participated in a few drills. He took most off during what was a light practice. After the hour-long practice, Jackson was asked how he thought he did. "It went well," he said, before jogging into the locker room.
During yesterday's morning practice, Jackson got tangled up with cornerback Asante Samuel during one-on-one drills. He was carted off the field and never returned. The second-year pro has had an excellent camp and hopes to improve upon last season's rookie campaign.
Here's a post earlier on the Eagles' other injury woes.
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