The DeSean Jackson trade: What our beat writers think

The DeSean Jackson trade: What our beat writers think

DeSean Jackson will get what he wants, a trade to the Philadelphia Eagles team that drafted him and a one-way ticket out of Tampa Bay.

General manager Jason Licht found a trade taker for Jackson in Eagles general manager Howie Roseman, who will embrace Jackson and wipe $10 million off the Bucs' salary cap books in 2019.

A second-round pick out of Cal, by Philadelphia in 2008, Jackson had some of his best games with the Eagles. He accumulated three 1,000-yard seasons while in Philadelphia and has recorded two more since that time, though none in his recent two-year stint in Tampa Bay. Multiple teams told ESPN that they believe Jackson will be released instead of traded.

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ESPN's Jenna Laine reported there is interest in Jackson around the National Football League, though not at his current $10 million salary. He hauled in 41 passes for 774 yards and four touchdowns in 12 games.

It was reported at the end of last season that Jackson was ready to "move on" from the franchise after a rumored spat with former coach Dirk Koetter.

The Eagles signed veteran Mike Wallace to fill that outside speed role previous year, but he broke his leg in the second game of the season and didn't return to the field.