DeSean Jackson likely back for Eagles

PHILADELPHIA -- Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson is
expected to start and return punts when the Philadelphia Eagles
(4-3) host the Indianapolis Colts (5-2) on Sunday.

Coach Andy Reid says Jackson had a "great" practice Friday, is
"feeling well" and is "ready to roll," barring any setbacks.

Jackson sustained his second concussion in 11 months when he
took a vicious shot from Atlanta Falcons cornerback Dunta Robinson
on Oct. 17. Robinson was fined $50,000 for the hit that also left
him with a concussion.

Jackson missed Philadelphia's loss at Tennessee on Oct. 24. He
will wear a new helmet designed to prevent concussions.

Quarterback Michael Vick, left tackle Jason Peters and defensive
tackle Brodrick Bunkley also are returning from injuries.