Jackson, Maclin are questionable

The Philadelphia Eagles could find themselves short at wide receiver for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens -- DeSean Jackson (hamstring) and Jeremy Maclin (hip) are listed as questionable.

Eagles coach Andy Reid said Friday he wouldn't know until game time whether or not they will play.

Wide receiver Riley Cooper was scratched by the Eagles because of a broken collarbone, leaving the Eagles with only three healthy receivers. Cornerback Curtis Marsh is questionable with a hamstring injury and will be another game-time decision.

Jackson injured his hamstring during Wednesday's practice. Maclin, who returned after a hip injury in Sunday's season-opening win against the Cleveland Browns, has not practiced the past two days.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.