Philadelphia Eagles: 3 Thoughts on the Malik Jackson signing

Philadelphia Eagles: 3 Thoughts on the Malik Jackson signing

Philadelphia Eagles: 3 Thoughts on the Malik Jackson signing

The team announced his new contract on Monday afternoon, and his agent revealed that it would be worth up to $10 million, with $5.5 million guaranteed, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. At others, Arians glowed about the speedster, making it seem like Jackson could remain with the Bucs for the final year of the deal. Also, the Eagles could look to bring in another defensive tackle along with Jackson, but as of right now, the Jackson signing is a positive move for the Eagles. And the truth is that the general manager Jason Licht has been seeking to trade Jackson, who would like to return to the Philadelphia Eagles.

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

As I wrote this morning, Jackson would be a fit with the Eagles, but it'll be interesting to see what the price would be.

Recent rumors suggested the wideout wouldn't take any sort of pay cut to remain in Tampa and could be willing to play for slightly less elsewhere for a perennial victor.

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Butts said all they wanted was for Wilson-Raybould to seek an outside legal opinion on the matter from an eminent retired judge. Both the justice and the ethics committees have opened separate investigations into the affair.

It's not the first time Jackson has asked out of Tampa Bay.

The team would not confirm the contract, which can be signed before the official start of free agency on Wednesday because Jackson was released by the Jaguars as a cap casualty.

Bucs starter Jameis Winston struggled to make a connection with Jackson.

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

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