On Monday, the Philadelphia Eagles announced they are activating Desean Jackson's practice window after he has missed most of the season with an Ankle Injury, which opens the door for Jackson to return to play this season:

This news is no guarantee that Jackson will return to the field for either of the final two games of the season, especially considering when they activated Isaac Seumalo and Zach Ertz practice windows, both of those players did not play immediately that next game despite practicing all week leading into those weekends.

There are reports that Desean Jackson has been doing field work on the side practice fields even before the team activated his Practice Window today:

The other news the Eagles announced was that they are bringing back Casey Tucker, who was a member of the team's Training Camp back in August.  This move seems to be in response to the lack of depth the Eagles have on the Offensive Line after they started their 13th different combination on the line in their loss to the Cardinals.  Tucker, who spent 2019 as a member of the Detroit Lions Practice Squad, has experience playing both Tackle positions over his 39 games in college playing at Stanford and Arizona State.

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