Jackson was placed on injured reserve with torn right triceps.|||||||
It's a second year of suffering a season-ending injury after Jackson torn his ACL in Week 16 of 2009. He had been healthy before the run of bad luck and will likely be back with the Eagles next year.
Jackson left Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers with an injured right elbow and will not return.|||||||
Jackson was injured in the second quarter and was the second Eagles player knocked out of the game. Fullback Leonard Weaver sprained his left knee and also won't return. Jackson tore a left knee ligament at the end of last season.
Jackson tore a knee ligament in Sunday's win over Denver and will miss the rest of the season.|||||||
Jackson anchored an offensive line that has been shuffled numerous times because of several injuries to starters. He made his 71st consecutive start and had been Philadelphia's only offensive player to play every snap until he got hurt in the first half. Right guard Nick Cole replaced Jackson at center, and Max Jean-Gilles took Cole's spot.
Jackson missed practice all week for personal reasons, but Eagles coach Andy Reid expects him to be ready Sunday.|||||||
Jackson, a fourth-year pro out of Delaware State, has started each of the 42 games he's played, including all 34 games since the beginning of the 2006 season.
Jackson signed a seven-year contract extension with the Eagles on Thursday. The 6-foot-4, 330-pound offensive lineman started the final eight games last season at center, replacing the injured Hank Fraley. Jackson spent the entire 2004 season on injured reserve with an arm injury and was on the 2003 practice squad after signing as a free agent out of Delaware State.|||||||