The Philadelphia Eagles cling to weak playoff hopes, but some help is on the way to their offense

Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network reported Saturday that the Eagles activate DeSean Jackson, and he will play the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday in a must-win game

Jackson has not played since October 22 when he suffered a non-relocated ankle fracture in a win over the Giants and was subsequently transferred to an injured reserve. Jackson has only played four games this season and had 13 catches for 155 yards / p>

Philadelphia later announced Jackson’s activation along with a number of other moves. The Eagles signed Defensive Tackle TY McGill and tight end Caleb Wilson made the active squad, placing the defensive end Josh Sweat and cornerback Kevon Seymour on IR

Jordan Howard and DE Joe Ostman have been removed from the training team DE Derek Barnett (Kalf) has not traveled with the team and will not play on Sunday

The Cleveland Browns announced Saturday that the team’s facility has been closed and the flight to New Jersey has been postponed after a positive player test for COVID-19

Tom Brady is now in the Buccaneers history books. The veteran quarterback set a record for TD passes to the Detroit Lions in a single season on Saturday against Tampa Bay

Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford will not be returning to Saturday’s game against the Buccaneers after suffering an ankle injury in the first quarter

After briefly turning back to Minshew Mania, the Jaguars made another change at QB, returning to Mike Glennon to take on the Bears in Week 16

The New York Giants have their QB1 for the decisive matchup against the Ravens on Sunday
Daniel Jones will start against Baltimore

Mike Zimmer knows his way around He has been training it in the NFL for 27 years, however, his most recent reason is the main reason Minnesota was eliminated from playoffs on Friday night with a 52:33 loss to the Saints

Alvin Kamara was selected for his fourth straight Pro Bowl earlier this week, with the Saints star giving his team an even bigger gift, setting an NFL record with six quick touchdowns in a 52:33 win over the Vikings on Christmas Day on

Because of the Saints’ 52:33 victory on Christmas Day against the Minnesota Vikings on Friday, New Orleans took its fourth title in a row

Alvin Kamara scored six touchdowns to get the Saints past the Vikings He looked phenomenal across the board as New Orleans took its fourth straight NFC South title

On Christmas Friday, New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees became the first player in NFL history to turn 80000 yards passed

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