DeSean Jackson back at Eagles practice

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- So much for DeSean Jackson falling behind during his holdout.

The Eagles' electrifying wide receiver made a series of sensational catches Saturday morning, Jackson's first practice since he ended his 11-day holdout Monday.

It was Jackson's first chance to work against the Eagles' three-headed cornerback monster of Pro Bowl picks Asante Samuel, Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and Jackson picked up right where he left off at the end of his record-setting 2010 Pro Bowl season.

Jackson made two long touchdown catches, both times working against Samuel, his close friend and a four-time Pro Bowl DB.

The Eagles also put newly signed Steve Smith, who recovering from knee surgery, on the training camp physcially unable to perform list. Smith will not be able to practice, but the Eagles can remove him from the list at any time during camp as long as they are within the roster limit.

This designation is different from the PUP list in the regular season, which would force Smith to sit out six games.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.