The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Friday that after two seasons of injuries, the Philadelphia Eagles have released experienced receiver DeSean Jackson.
Jackson (Jackson) posted a message in his Instagram story, saying that “looking forward to my next chapter” shortly after the Eagles officially announced the news on Twitter.
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“The best deep threat in NFL history! Come to a city near you!” he said in another article. “Philadelphia has always been love.”
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Jackson entered the Eagles for the second time. Philadelphia selected him in the second round of the 2008 NBA Draft. He was released after six seasons and was eventually signed by the Washington Football Team.
Jackson is a three-time professional bowler who returned to Philadelphia after playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for two seasons. He had a good start to the season, but when he suffered a core muscle injury and had to undergo surgery, it quickly ended.
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According to ESPN reports, Jackson recorded the most touchdowns in NFL history with more than 60 yards, and ranked sixth in yards per catch.
In 13 seasons, he has a total of 10,656 receiving yards and 56 touchdowns.
With Jackson’s release, the Eagles cleared nearly $6 million in cap space.