DeSean Jackson Returning to Eagles After Buccaneers Agree Trade

DeSean Jackson Returning to Eagles After Buccaneers Agree Trade

"Looking forward to my next destination", Jackson wrote. It's doubtful. While Jackson comfortably replaces Jernigan's absence, the Eagles also dealt Michael Bennett last week, which freed up a spot at defensive end as well, where somebody will share snaps with Derek Barnett. ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Jackson and the Eagles are "destined" for each other.

Wulf: We'll find out more about the specific breakdown of the contract, but the guess here is that it's structured more like a one- or two-year deal with easy outs for the Eagles.

The Pro Bowl defender was initially selected by the Broncos in the fifth round of the 2012 draft.

The team announced his new contract on Monday afternoon, and his agent revealed that it would be worth up to $10 million, with $5.5 million guaranteed, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

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Jackson was released in 2014 following an NJ Advance Media report about the wide receiver's off-the-field issues. His playing time was reduced in the second half of last season, but he's still an effective interior pass-rusher.

Some teams expect Jackson to be released by Tampa Bay.

Jackson, who played that game with a thumb injury, missed the next three games.

Even at 32 years old, Jackson is still one of the game's most unsafe speed receivers, averaging 18.9 yards per catch in 12 games last season.

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