Tampa Bay Buccaneers actively seeking trade partner for DeSean Jackson

Details on how much guaranteed money De Sean Jackson will get in restructured deal with Eagles

Details on how much guaranteed money De Sean Jackson will get in restructured deal with Eagles

And it appears Jackson is interested in returning to the City of Brotherly Love!

If Jackson were moved, it would free up an extra $10 million in cap space for the Bucs, a team in desperate need of some spending flexibility as free agency is set to begin as they find themselves in a financial bind after shelling out big money to left tackle Donovan Smith.

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson is headed back to the Philadelphia Eagles after being traded by Tampa Bay on Monday (March 11), according to ESPN.

The Eagles will send a 2019 sixth-round pick to the Buccaneers in exchange for Jackson and a 2020 seventh-round pick, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.

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Jackson, 32, was initially selected by the Eagles in the second round of the 2008 draft and had a three-year stint with the Redskins before joining the Bucs in 2017. Jackson led the National Football League averaging 18.9 yards per catch in 2018, while hauling in 41 receptions for 774 yards and four touchdowns. He caught just 91 passes for 1,442 receiving yards and seven touchdowns over two seasons.

The Eagles lacked a deep threat in 2018 after they lost Mike Wallace for the season in Week 2.

Peters, 37, had been due to incur a salary cap hit of $10.6 million before the restructuring, so the Eagles are believed to have bought themselves some salary cap relief insurance with this new incentive-laden agreement in which his pay will be commensurate with the number of games and snaps he's able to play. 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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