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Ruben Holloway
March 13, 2019

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson is headed back to the Philadelphia Eagles after being traded by Tampa Bay on Monday (March 11), according to ESPN. The Buccaneers have spoken to other teams, including the Washington Redskins. It appears a reunion could be in store as Laine writes that the Eagles, too, have interest in their second round pick from 2008. He started all 16 games last season, but he played around only 80 percent of the team's offensive snaps because of nagging injuries during his comeback from the torn ACL and MCL that sidelined him for the Super Bowl run in 2017.

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NFL Network's Mike Garafolo confirms that the Bucs are shopping Jackson and a return to Philly is not out of the question. Initial reports valued the contract at $5.5 million guaranteed with the opportunity to earn up to $10 million.

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Times are about to get wild with free agency vastly approaching and Tampa Bay struggling for cap space; expect to see a flurry of moves in order to give the Bucs some extra money to spend, starting with Jackson. He led the National Football League with 18.9 yards per reception.

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At 32, Jackson is coming off a season in which he caught 41 passes for 774 yards and four touchdowns.

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