DeSean Jackson bids farewell to Bucs on social media

DeSean Jackson bids farewell to Bucs on social media

DeSean Jackson bids farewell to Bucs on social media

Sports Philadelphia's Derrick Gunn reports that the Eagles sent a 2019 sixth-round pick and 2020 seventh-round pick to the Buccaneers in return for Jackson. At others, Arians glowed about the speedster, making it seem like Jackson could remain with the Bucs for the final year of the deal. Looking forward to my next destination.Stay Tuned #OneOfone, " Jackson posted on Instagram and Twitter. ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that he is "destined" for a reunion with the Philadelphia Eagles, the team he spent the first six seasons of his career.

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However, the Bucs say they have not released Jackson, nor have they informed him that he will be released.

According to ESPN's Josina Anderson from December, Jackson grew unhappy in Tampa Bay after a heated exchange with then-head coach Dirk Koetter over Jackson not practicing because of a hand injury.

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He spent three seasons in Washington and the last two with the Buccaneers after he signed a three-year, $33.5 million deal with Tampa Bay in 2017.

But Jackson said he had trouble adjusting to his role as the No. 2 receiver behind Mike Evans, who already had a connection with quarterback Jameis Winston. After seeing Haloti Ngata struggle in Jernigan's presence last season though, it was clear that finding a productive player there would become a priority, and with that, the Eagles have made their first signing.

Jackson, who played that game with a thumb injury, missed the next three games.

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