Barring a setback, DeSean Jackson will play Sunday when the Eagles host the Indianapolis Colts.
The Eagles are preparing for the Colts with the expectation that the wide receiver will start, according to a team source.
Jackson, who suffered a concussion over two weeks ago, has passed all the necessary neurological tests and was a full participant in practice the last two days. The only thing that could keep him from suiting up Sunday is the return of a post-concussion symptom, the source said.
Following Thursday's practice Jackson said that he intends to play, but left the door open in case he does have a setback. "Hopefully, I can play," he said. "I want to."