Found March 14, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
DeSean Jackson became a malcontent with the Eagles last season because he was upset about being underpaid, but that apparently did not deter the team from rewarding him. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Jackson has signed a five-year $51 million contract to remain with the Eagles.
DeSean has elite game-changing ability, but he has serious character concerns. He was deactivated for a game last season after missing a meeting. His teammates also thought he wasn’t trying during a Thursday night game against the Seahawks.
As good as Jackson is, and as important as he is to Philly’s passing game, you have to wonder about a guy who let his play drop off because he was too concerned about his money. Now that he has been paid, will he have the same motivation he had two seasons ago? You never know with a guy like that, and that’s what makes his contract a big risk for Philly.
We have to imagine the deal will be structured to give Jackson some money up front to please him, but will also al...
BEST OF MAXIM
Thanks to DeSean Jackson’s shiny new $47 – $51 million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, he’s going to be a bird for the next five seasons. So, in celebration, I’ve decided to pay a quick tribute, gif-style, to the explosive little man from the left coast.
But first, I just wanted to give my official stamp-of-approval for this move. It was a good decision by Andy...
BAD IDEA BRAVADO
Speaking after signing his five-year, $51 million deal Wednesday, the Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson went out of his way to assure a Super Bowl berth for the team, adding, "The sky's the limit."
The National Football League did not provide official cap numbers to teams until Sunday evening. This meant that the 21 players around the league who received the franchise tag and their organizations were at a standstill without official numbers upon which to issue the tenders, including the Eagles and Pro Bowl receiver DeSean Jackson.
That situation changed with the release of...
There are always two ways to look at things. The reaction to Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson getting a 5-year $51 million contract today has drawn reaction from both sides of the fence. Some are happy to have his big play making ability with the Eagles. Others feel the Eagles overpaid and rewarded a player for bad behavior. Let’s take a look at the good, the bad...
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson finally got his big payday - even if it came one year later.
The Eagles signed the Jackson to a five-year, $51 million contract Wednesday in a surprising move after Jackson sulked through much of last season.
"We are thrilled to be able to keep one of the NFL's top playmakers in Philadelphia," Andy Reid said in a news...
Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that DeSean Jackson has signed a five-year, $51 million dollar contract (15m guaranteed). This comes a few days after DeSean mentioned that he did not mind playing under the franchise tag. The question now will be, does he deserve it? It is possible this deal is being used to [...]
Most everyone I know in this world works hard for their money. They show up every day to the office or wherever and give it their best shot. As of today, a lot of folks will start to rethink this theory.
This afternoon, the Philadelphia Eagles came to terms on a new contract with wide receiver DeSean Jackson to the tune of 5 years and $48.5 million. In that is $15 million guaranteed...
The Philadelphia Eagles signed franchised wide receiver DeSean Jackson to a 5-year deal on Wednesday, and as expected, the over-reaction was wide spread as to what it might mean to Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent Mike Wallace. The contract numbers are already out per Pro Football Talk and this is a classic example of why you have to judge a contract by the breakdown itself...
Last year Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson began the season by holding out of training camp for 11 days. One can only assume his holdout ended so he would not ruin any of his future free agency rights. After the season he had in 2010, combined with motivation from seeing the contracts his peers like [...]
David Malandra Jr. — The Philadelphia Eagles Announced Wednesday that they Signed WR DeSean Jackson to New 5 Year Contract worth $51 Million through 2016.
Below is a Breakdown of the new Contract:
In 2012, Jackson gets $10 million to sign, along with a $750,000 base salary and a $250,000 workout bonus.
In 2013, Jackson receives a $6.75 million base salary, $4 million of which...
Who expected it to happen so soon? The Eagles removed DeSean Jackson’s franchise tag and gave the wideout a 5-year $47.5 million contract. The deal has $15 million in fully guaranteed money.
Per Talking 215 Sports,
Jackson is now scheduled to get a $10 million signing bonus combined with a base salary of $750,000 as well as a workout bonus of $250,000 in 2012. In 2013 Jackson’s...
The Eagles have agreed to terms with their 25 year old playmaker, DeSean Jackson on Wednesday. According to NFL Insider Adam Schefter, Jackson's five year deal is worth $48.5 million including $15 million guaranteed. Not sure how Eagles fans are going to react to this, the numbers seem a little bloated for the type of
The Philadelphia Eagles removed the franchise tag on DeSean Jackson Wednesday, signing him to a five-year, $48.5 million extension according to NFL sources. It was about $300,000 per year more than he would have earned as a franchise player, but no official statement has been made about guaranteed money.
Meanwhile, that tag remains on Drew Brees, who is obviously unhappy about its...