DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin Questionable For Eagles In Week 2

Wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin have been listed as questionable for the Philadelphia Eagles' Week 2 game against the Baltimore Ravens, according to Adam Schefter. Both missed practice on Thursday, but were able to return in a limited capacity on Friday.

Of the two, Jackson appears more likely to play, as his injury is considered less severe. Jackson suffered a pulled hamstring on Wednesday at practice.

Maclin, meanwhile, injured his hip pointer during the Eagles' Week 1 victory over the Cleveland Browns. While the injury is not considered too serious, it is extremely painful.

Last weekend, Maclin and Jackson were Michael Vick's two most targeted receivers, combining for 11 receptions, 173 yards, and a touchdown.

If Maclin cannot play, rookie Damaris Johnson would be the likely replacement. Johnson was undrafted out of Tulsa, and caught one reception for ten yards in his first game last weekend.

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