• Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson wants to restructure contract

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Jan 7, 2014
    Source: philly.com
    • DeSean Jackson backpedals from contract talk, blames media

      On Monday, Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson created a bit of a stir by talking about wanting a new contract despite having three years left on a deal that will pay him more than $30 million. On Monday night, Jackson tried to put the toothpaste back in the…
    • WR Jackson Wants A Raise Heading Into 2014

      DeSean Jackson, coming off the best season of his career, made it clear Monday that he wants the Eagles to re-negotiate the five-year contract he signed 22 months ago, Reuben Frank of CSN Philadelphia reports. Jackson signed a five-year, $48.25341 milli…
      Source: eaglesgab.com
    • DeSean Jackson begins lobbying for new deal

      Two years ago, Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson signed a long-term contract with the team. He now wants to sign a new one. “I definitely feel it’s something deserving,” Jackson said on locker-cleanout day, via Reuben Frank of CSNPhilly.com. “We’ll see how…
    • Eagles WR Jackson says he deserves a raise

      Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson would like a raise -- even though he has three years remaining on the five-year contract he signed in 2012.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Breakup day: DeSean wants guarantee, Foles wants to get better

      The big plastic bags were out this morning in the Eagles' locker room. Among the developments: DeSean Jackson is unhappy that his money isn't guaranteed in 2014, and Nick Foles isn't worrying about his status, feels he needs to improve to be a true fran…
      Source: philly.com

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