DeSean Jackson passes concussion test, Andy Reid says
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has passed a concussion test, Coach Andy Reid said on his Monday radio show.
On Oct. 17, Jackson suffered what was termed a "severe" concussion, his second in less than a year. At that time, it seemed likely that he'd miss several weeks. However, Reid said there is a "pretty good chance" that he'll be able to play in the Eagles' next game, Nov. 7 against Indianapolis.
Concussion discussion: Chat with Dr. Stanley A. Herring at 11:30
| October 26, 2010; 10:36 AM ET
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