Philadelphia Eagles create more cap space with new Jason Peters contract


As I wrote this morning, Jackson would be a fit with the Eagles, but it'll be interesting to see what the price would be.

The DeSean Jackson era in Tampa Bay appears to be coming to a close. After finding out that going where the highest paycheck is, isn't exactly the recipe for winning championships, Jackson chose to take a different route.

Terms of the deal have not been released, but the Times confirmed the deal is contingent on Jackson reaching a new contract agreement with the Eagles.

Jackson has $10 million headed his way in 2019, but the salary is not guaranteed.

NFL Network's Mike Garafolo confirms that the Bucs are shopping Jackson and a return to Philly is not out of the question.

The Philadelphia Eagles are key players in free agency.

Jackson spent two seasons with the Bucs after a three-year stint with the Washington Redskins.

Jackson gives the Eagles a badly needed deep threat on the outside. At 32-years-old, Jackson is still a burner, on the field and of holes in the pockets of the Buccaneers. But the Bucs did not want to signal they were giving up on the 2018 season. Jackson led the National Football League averaging 18.9 yards per catch in 2018, while hauling in 41 receptions for 774 yards and four touchdowns.