DeSean Jackson never wanted to leave in the first place. He'll get a three-year, $27 million deal, per ESPN's Tim McManus. Players with expiring contracts can't sign with a new team, however, until Wednesday at 4 p.m., when trades can become official as well.
Jackson's contract is reportedly worth $30 million over three years.
Jackson was released by the Eagles in 2014 amid reports that he had affiliations with gang members. At the time, the team had concerns about his attitude and lack of attendance in team meetings. The former Cal standout spent the first six seasons of his career there. Jackson produced 142 receptions for 2,702 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns with the Eagles' NFC East rivals.
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Verderame also reported that Jackson is unwilling to take a pay cut to stay in Tampa Bay. His first two seasons have seen his characteristic flashes and dashes of brilliance - his 18.9 yards per reception last season led the National Football League - yet he has not made much of a dent in improving Tampa's offense. He'll now return to Philadelphia where he'll immediately be the Eagles best deep threat.
Even at 32 years old, Jackson is still one of the game's most risky speed receivers, averaging 18.9 yards per catch in 12 games last season. Following the exchange, Jackson did not play in the Buccaneers' next three games.