Eagles wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin were both spotted in pads and running around during the early portions of Friday's practice. Neither player practiced on Thursday. Maclin has a hip injury that he sustained in Week 1 while Jackson, after practicing fully on Wednesday, came down with a hamstring injury during yesterday's practice. But when asked about their status for Week 2, head coach Andy Reid said Thursday, "I think we'll be OK there."
Update: Both players were limited in practice and have been listed as questionable on the injury report, pretty much making them game-time decisions. According to CSNPhilly.com's Reuben Frank, head coach Andy Reid said Maclin and Jackson didn't do "a whole lot" during practice, but there's a chance both will be active Sunday.
I think Maclin has a higher probability of being limited on Sunday versus the Ravens. He has missed more practice time than Jackson, and he's battling both a hip pointer and a hip flexor strain. Hamstring injuries are never good to hear about, but whatever happened to Jackson must not have been all that serious since he's on the field less than 24 hours later.
If both are active on Sunday, I'd still rather play Maclin, but there's plenty of risk as the Eagles might have him on a snap count.