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Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie said that he would welcome receiver DeSean Jackson back to the Eagles "if the right terms develop."

Philadelphia Eagles: Could DeSean Jackson Be Franchised and Traded?

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid and offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg have both recently heaped praise upon their embattled star receiver DeSean Jackson. The questions for those of us who like to read between the lines are: what is the motivation behind these positive comments, and are they open to bringing Jackson back next season or are they trying to paint a pretty...

Eagles' Jackson apologizes, would accept franchise tag

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson apologized to his team on Sunday for letting his contract situation become a distraction. He also noted that he'd be fine if the Eagles used their franchise tag on him if they can't come to an agreement on a long-term contract in the offseason. "I can admit to certain things affecting me during the season. I just want...

Should Eagles Resign DeSean Jackson?

Perhaps the moment that best describes DeSean Jackson's season came on a cold night in November at the Linc. The Eagles were playing the Chicago Bears, and like most games this season, had an early lead. Jackson went in on special teams in the closing minutes of the first half and fielded a punt he had no business fielding. Running to the sidelines to catch the ball, Jackson...

2012 NFL Free Agency: 10 WR’s That Could Make a Difference

As we inch closer to NFL free agency teams will now decide what to do with some of their top players and difference makers. There are a number of high-caliber wide receivers that could land with new teams including DeSean Jackson, Wes Welker and Stevie Johnson but also some other veteran names such as Reggie Wayne, Vincent Jackson and Plaxico Burress that could search for new teams...

DeSean Jackson’s Mea Copa a bit too late for lost season

DeSean Jackson, following the Eagles closing 34-10 win over the Washington Redskins, said that his contract negotiation became a distraction during the season. “I can admit to certain things affecting me during the season. I just kind of want to apologize or whatever the case may be,” Jackson said after the Eagles finished their lost season with a 34-10 rout of the Redskins as...

Eagles' Jackson sorry, would be OK with tag

Philadelphia Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson apologized Sunday for letting his contract situation become a distraction and said he'd be OK if the team used its franchise tag on him if the sides can't agree to a long-term contract this offseason.

Money will determine DeSean Jackson’s Philly future

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie laid down some harsh words about Andy Reid at his press conference on Tuesday, but he was less negative when it came to DeSean Jackson. Jackson’s behavior for much of the season made it seem like he was laying the foundation for a trip out of town when the year came…

Eagles' Jackson wants to return next season

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson apologized for letting his contract dispute affect his play and said he wanted to return to the team next season.

For the Eagles, Offseason Questions Abound – What Happens Now?

So that’s it. It’s over. The season that began with so much promise and potential for the Philadelphia Eagles ended with a “who cares” victory over the division rival Washington Redskins. The Eagles somehow managed to finish 8-8 after a horrendous 1-4 start. If you factor out the horrible 4th quarter collapses against the Falcons, 49ers and all, the Eagles actually went 7...
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