Nearly two weeks ago, Phiadelphia Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson suffered what was described at the time as a severe concussion. Though he has passed the preliminary concussion test, he is still not a sure thing to play in the game that will be played three weeks after he suffered the concussion.
While Jackson is doing better, his ability to suit up against the Colts on November 7 will depend on how he feels next week during practice.
This means, of course, that he'll be practicing this week. Whether he'll be playing against the Colts remains to be seen.