Despite being active, Jackson (ankle) didn't see game action in the Bears' 16-15 playoff loss to the Eagles. Jackson was a playmaker for the Bears this season, as he forced two fumbles, picked off six passes, and scored two touchdowns in addition to securing 51 tackles. Next season, he'll go into the third year of his rookie deal that expires in 2020, and he'll be a great upside pick in IDP leagues, based on his ability to make big plays. However, unless he begins to add to his tackle totals, his weekly floor will be problematic.
Jackson (ankle) is active for Sunday's wild-card game against the Eagles. Jackson was listed as questionable after practicing on a limited basis Thursday and Friday. The 25-year-old sat out the final two games of the regular season with the right ankle sprain, but he's all set to go for the Bears' potential playoff run.
Jackson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's wild-card matchup with the Eagles. Jackson managed to practice in a limited capacity both Thursday and Friday, marking his first on-field activity since spraining his right ankle against the Packers on Dec. 16. No matter, coach Matt Nagy called Jackson a game-time decision after the latter session. Per Stacey Dales of NFL Network, Jackson himself expects to play, but such a decision won't be confirmed until the Bears release their inactive list approximately 90 minutes before Sunday's 4:40 PM ET kickoff.
Jackson (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. Jackson hadn't practiced since spraining his right ankle in the Bears' Dec. 16 win over the Packers, so this amounts to the first noteworthy progress in the safety's recovery. The Bears remain hopeful the star safety can suit up in this weekend's wild-card matchup with the Eagles, but he may need to increase his activity at Friday's practice for the team to feel truly confident about his availability.
Jackson (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Listed as doubtful heading into the weekend, Jackson was never a likely bet to suit up in the regular-season finale. Though the star safety will miss a second straight game, he should have a decent chance at making it back for the postseason, especially if Chicago is able to clinch a first-round bye with a win Sunday coupled with a Rams loss to the 49ers. Deon Bush is in line to make another start in Jackson's stead.
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