Last year, a concussion caused Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson to miss one game. This year, a concussion could put him out even longer.
Jay Glazer of FOX reports that Jackson suffered a “severe concussion” after being his hard by Falcons cornerback Dunta Robinson on Sunday. Glazer also reports that Jackson has suffered memory loss.
His status moving forward isn’t known. He won’t be able to play until he’s cleared by a team doctor and an independent neurological consultant.
UPDATE: Peter King reports that Jackson likely won’t play again until November 7, when they face the Colts.