The encouraging sign for the Eagles is that WR DeSean Jackson has been perhaps the most impressive player in training camp. Jackson, who has not recorded a 1,000-yard season since 2010, seems to generate the top play in each practice.
"It was evident to us that he worked since he left here in June," HC Chip Kelly said. "I think he's an explosive player. I think he's very difficult to cover in one-on-one situations. We're trying to figure out as we get through what his comfort level is, what routes he feels really good with. I think we're starting to get a feel for him."
Even during Jackson's best years, fantasy consistency is the issue with putting him in your lineup. It's always been an up-and-down player as far as fantasy production goes, big plays one week, 2 catches for 7 yards the next. Going into your draft, he should still be treated as a WR3.