Sunday, September 16, 2012
Eagles receivers both start
ESPN.com news services
Philadelphia Eagles wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin both started Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.
Philadelphia's top two receiving threats, Jackson and Maclin both had been listed as questionable for the Eagles' home opener.
Jackson missed practice time this past week due to a hamstring injury. Maclin suffered a hip injury against Cleveland in Week 1 and also missed practices.
Eagles offensive tackle Demetress Bell also was active after missing the season opener, although King Dunlap remained Philadelphia's starter at left tackle.
Ravens starting linebacker Paul Kruger was inactive due to a back injury.