Vincent Jackson upgraded to full practice and should be ready to go for fantasy owners

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Vincent Jackson got in a full practice Thursday and should be just fine for Week 14. We break down the fantasy implications.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Vincent Jackson (calf) got in a full practice on Thursday. It's an encouraging sign for his gameday status after being limited in Wednesday's practice. There is little-to-no danger of him missing Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Jackson is putting up a Pro-Bowl caliber season, with 50 catches for 1,017 yards and seven TDs through 12 games.

Fantasy Impact: As expected, there's nothing to worry about here. V-Jax has been exactly the kind of high-octane weapon Josh Freeman desperately needed. They both have juicy fantasy matchups against the crumbling Eagles secondary.

V-Jax is one of the more consistent fantasy options in the league and should be starting as a WR1 throughout the fantasy playoffs.

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