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1.Eagles expected to release Alshon Jeffery (FFToday) The #Eagles will also be releasing Alshon Jeffery when the league year begins, which has been obvious for quite a while. A much younger group for 2021. Analysis: It was a lost season for Jeffery (foot) in 2020 as he finished with only 12 targets and 6 receptions. At 31 years-old and having trouble staying healthy dating back to 2018 he'll have to settle for one-year prove it deal at his next stop. Also, fellow veteran wideout DeSean Jackson has officially been released.2 days
2.Dynasty | DeSean Jackson released (Dynasty League Football) The Eagles have released wide receiver DeSean Jackson Analysis: Jackson is unranked on DLF's receiver rankings and the news comes as no shock. The 34-year-old wants to keep playing but hasn't played a full 16-game season since 2013 and has only appeared in eight games over over his past two seasons with the team. It's likely he'll find work on a one-year deal but only remains a late-round dart-throw in deeper dynasty formats. No need to rush out and add Jackson on the news but, instead, assess his value following his eventua... (More)5 days
3.DeSean Jackson: Release made official (RotoWire) The Eagles released Jackson (ankle) on Friday. Analysis: Jackson, who only played eight games over two seasons with the Eagles while battling multiple injuries, never appeared to have a real chance at sticking around for 2021. Cutting the 34-year-old will save Philadelphia roughly $4.8 million against the cap, per Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia, and the move will allow Jackson to immediately search for another organization where he can continue his career. Jackson still flashed big-play ability when healthy last season -- he had an 81-yard touchdown against the Cowboys back in Week 16 -- but at this stage in hi... (More)5 days
4.DeSean Jackson released by the Eagles (FantasyPros) The Eagles have released WR DeSean Jackson. Analysis: Jackson was officially released by the Eagles on Friday. Philadelphia can save around $6 million towards the salary cap by waiving the wide receiver. Jackson still wants to play and will look to latch onto another team during the offseason. The 34-year-old hauled in 14 receptions on 26 targets for 236 yards and one touchdown across five games for the Eagles in 2020.5 days
5.DeSean Jackson: Release forthcoming? (RotoWire) The Eagles are expected to release Jackson (ankle), John Clark of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Analysis: Philadelphia can save roughly $4.8 million against the salary cap by cutting Jackson, per Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia. Such a move would make real sense for a team currently more than $40 million over the cap for next season and staring down a quarterback transition, with Carson Wentz recently having been traded to Indianapolis. Compounding matters is the fact that Jackson, who turned 34 in December, has only managed to suit up for eight games over the last two seasons due to a combination of injuries... (More)5 days
6.Eagles | DeSean Jackson officially released (thehuddle) Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson was released Friday, Feb. 19. Analysis: Jackson should be able to find another team this offseason but can be avoided in most fantasy leagues. 5 days
7.Eagles | DeSean Jackson to be let go (thehuddle) Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson will be released this offseason, according to a source. Analysis: Jackson was limited to only five games this season and finished with 236 yards and one touchdown. He could find another team in free agency but can be avoided in fantasy leagues. 5 days