Jackson finished with 41 catches for 774 yards and four touchdowns in 12 games last season.
More details to come.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded De Sean Jackson to the Philadelphia Eagles NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports
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.
There's no official word from the Eagles at this time.
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Teams may begin to negotiate with potential free agents on Monday and are allowed to finalize contracts with them beginning on Thursday. Initial reports indicated the lineman would earn $10 million total.
The Eagles feature three receivers - Jordan Matthews, Golden Tate and Mike Wallace - with expiring contracts who could be lost by the end of this week.
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What that means for Nelson Agholor remains to be seen, as the Eagles could decide to move on from his $9.5 million salary cap hit. The Eagles' defense which runs similar concepts to the Jags under Jim Schwartz seems to be a good fit for him, and he'll definitely offer them a player who can get to the quarterback like Michael Bennett did before he was traded to the New England Patriots.
Sources told ESPN on Sunday that the Bucs were actively shopping Jackson and that Philadelphia was his desired landing spot. The Eagles also are expected to add a running back and a linebacker to help alleviate the expected departures of Jay Ajayi and Jordan Hicks, respectively.
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