The Facts: Jackson has a lot to prove this season, and he is confident he will do just that. “Man, I’ll always have a chip on my shoulder, but, yeah, I definitely have an extra chip on my shoulder,” Jackson said. “One thing I can say is I’m always going to have my hard hat on, and I’m coming to work, and I’m going to work hard and I’m going to give my best effort. We’ve got a lot of light left, and I’m going to shine on it.”
Diehards Line: Jackson injured his core muscle in Week 2. He missed six weeks, tried to return and made it through only three snaps before aggravating the injury and ending his season. Jackson, who made nine catches for 159 yards and two touchdowns in 65 snaps last season, said “everything happens for a reason.” He underwent surgery in November. “I’ll hopefully come back faster, stronger,” Jackson said. “I’m definitely ready to roll, man." Jackson hasn’t had a 1,000-yard season since 2016. He last made the Pro Bowl in 2013. Still, he offers Philly's offense the kind of deep threat it otherwise lacks.