With reports circulating that Buccaneers receiver DeSean Jackson is on the trading block, the speedy pass-catcher posted a farewell message to Tampa Bay fans via his Instagram page, hinting his departure from the franchise could be coming soon. According to ESPN, the Eagles will send a sixth-round pick in this year's draft to Tampa and also receive a seventh-rounder in 2020.
Jackson, 29, spent the last three seasons in Jacksonville racking up 18.0 sacks from the inside.
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According to Met Eireann's forecast for the coming days, tonight will be blustery with clear spells and occasional showers. On Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, there is also a separate yellow weather warning for rain in the north west of England.
Left tackle Jason Peters has agreed to a pay cut that will keep him with the Eagles in 2019.
Jackson signed a six-year, $85.5 million deal with Jacksonville in March of 2016. And it appears Jackson is interested in returning to the City of Brotherly Love! He has one year and $10 million remaining on that contract. Jackson averaged a career-low 13.4 yards per catch in 2017, when Winston started 13 games.
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With eight matches remaining for both sides, City manager Pep Guardiola spoke about the team's current position in the table. Success who has now failed to score in his last three outings will hope to break the drought against Palace.
Malik Jackson #97 of the Jacksonville Jaguars celebrates against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the first half of the AFC Divisional Playoff game at Heinz Field on January 14, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Jackson, 32, was a second-round draft pick by Philadelphia in 2008 and spent his first six National Football League seasons there before moving on to Washington in 2014 and then Tampa Bay in 2017.
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Only one aircraft was lost by India during Pakistan's unsuccessful attempt at targeting Indian military installations, he said. Those arrested so far include JeM head Masood Azhar's brother Abdul Rauf Asghar and son Hammad Azhar.
Malik Jackson nearly certainly won't be the only top-of-the-roster player added in free agency.