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Topic - Jamaal Jackson
Protecting Michael Vick is such a concern for the Philadelphia Eagles, they've overhauled their offensive line.
Kevin Kolb's head slammed into the turf, his eyes closed for several seconds and he was slow to get up and walk to the sideline.
Philadelphia Eagles center Jamaal Jackson and guard Todd Herremans were both taken off the physically unable to perform list as the team returned to practice at Lehigh University on Sunday.
"I'm not real surprised," Jackson, who had started 76 straight games before the injury, said. "I haven't had any setbacks and things have gone well in rehab. Dr. (James) Andrews has a plan in place for me and the plan is to add a little bit more each day and see how it goes. My ultimate goal is still to be ready for opening day."
"It wasn't a lot, but it was a first step," Jackson said of practicing on Sunday. "And it was a big step for me."