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'Real stretch' for DeSean to play Sunday

Eagles coach Andy Reid said it is a "real stretch" for injured DeSean Jackson to play Sunday against Tennessee.

'Real stretch' for DeSean to play Sunday

Eagles coach Andy Reid said it would be a ´real stretch´ for DeSean Jackson to play Sunday. (David Maialetti / Staff Photographer)
Eagles coach Andy Reid said it would be a 'real stretch' for DeSean Jackson to play Sunday. (David Maialetti / Staff Photographer)

Eagles coach Andy Reid said it is a "real stretch" for injured DeSean Jackson to play Sunday against Tennessee.

Jackson suffered a concussion yesterday against the Falcons. "DeSean Jackson has a concussion," Reid said. "He is in the training room. He is in good spirits."

Reid also dismissed reports that Jackson suffered memory loss.

"You get hit like that, you're not going to remember everything," Reid said. "He remembered his touchdowns, he didn't  remember the hit."

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Reid also said Kevin Kolb is his likely starting quarterback against the Titans, indicating that Michael Vick would not be healthy enough to play.

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