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The Eagles announced that they have released Jamaal Jackson. Jackson was the team's longest tenured player, and started 77 games (including playoffs).

Jackson took to Twitter to voice his appreciation to the fans: "I want to thank the fans for their everlasting support of me and my family during my tenure here. I wish you all & the eagles the very best!"

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