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Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has withdrawn from the Pro Bowl because of injury and will be replaced by Miles Austin of the Dallas Cowboys.
DeSean Jackson can score anytime he touches the ball from anywhere on the field.
When Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger steps into the pocket and looks downfield for Mike Wallace, he's knows one thing for certain.
After a relatively quiet rookie season, Matt Dodge is on the hot seat.
LeSean McCoy stood on a bench after the Eagles jolted the New York Giants and yelled at a stunned, disbelieving crowd. Around him, teammates jumped and celebrated, the comeback victory too astonishing to comprehend.
Less than 24 hours after one of the greatest collapses in New York Giants' history, Eli Manning decided it was time to talk to his teammates.
DeSean Jackson scored on a 65-yard punt return on the final play of the game and the Philadelphia Eagles scored 28 points in the final 7:28 to stun the New York Giants 38-31 Sunday and take over first place in the NFC East.
In the NFL, there is questionable, and then there is Eagles questionable.
Before this month, the Dallas Cowboys had allowed only two receivers to gain 200 yards in a game in their 50-season history. That total has doubled in two games.