Redskins’ Jackson active in return to Philly

Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Washington Redskins wide receiver
DeSean Jackson will suit up for Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Jackson missed two practices during the week due to a shoulder injury and was
a limited participant on Friday.

The speedy wideout suffered a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder during
last week’s game against Jacksonville trying to catch a pass from Kirk
Cousins, who had replaced injured starting quarterback Robert Griffin III, and
will start Sunday.

Jackson was signed in the offseason after the Eagles abruptly cut him and has
nine catches for 81 yards.

The Cal product spent six years in Philadelphia after being selected in the
second round of the 2008 draft and last season led the team with 1,332 yards
and nine touchdowns.