PHILADELPHIA – Receiver DeSean Jackson has been delivered by the Philadelphia Eagles, the group declared Friday.
“Looking forward to my next chapter,” Jackson posted on his Instagram story before the announcement was made official. “Philadelphia it’s always Love. Appreciate Everything.”
The Eagles gained the 34-year-old Jackson from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2019, rejoining the profound danger collector with the group that drafted him in 2008.
Jackson filled the fervor with a couple of 50 or more yard scores in the 2019 opener against the Washington Football Team, yet wounds restricted his general effect the previous two seasons. He played in only three games in ’19 due to a center muscle injury, and he missed 11 games this previous season with a harmed lower leg.
Jackson has recorded the most 60 or more yard scores (24) in NFL history and positions 6th untouched in yards per gathering (17.4).
By delivering Jackson, the Eagles are required to get around $6 million in cap help. Philadelphia is at present projected to be about $50 million over the 2021 compensation cap and will keep on shedding pay preceding the beginning of the group year in March.
Philadelphia is likewise expected to leave behind individual veteran beneficiary Alshon Jeffery. The Eagles will be left with a youthful gathering at wideout drove by Jalen Reagor, the group’s first-round pick in 2020, Travis Fulgham, Greg Ward, Quez Watkins and John Hightower.
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