The legal manipulation time of the NFL is approaching rapidly. After a weekend in which the Steelers selected Antonio Brown with the Oakland Raiders for a third and fifth round, as well as Danny Amendola's release and subsequent signing with the Detroit Lions. The Jenna Laine and Tim McManus of ESPN report that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers buy WR DeSean Jackson, with the Eagles being a preferred target for the player:
Sources say @Tim_McManus and I that the Bucs DeSean Jackson bought and that Philadelphia would be a preferred destination for the player 32-year-old recipient https://t.co/8eCDHlg9Pn[19659003-JennaLaineESPN(@JennaLaineESPN) March 11, 2019
While the Bucs Jackson in There's a chance they'll have to cut the bait and let Jackson go without compensation. Tampa Bay enters the offseason with less than $ 3.5 million in the cap and the release / trade with Jackson would pay another $ 10 million.
Jackson attracted 74 goals for 774 yards at 41 receptions (4 TD) in 2018, an average of 18.9 meters per reception. This number is the third highest of his career after only 22.5 yd / rec (2010 with Eagles) and 20.9 yd / rec (2014 with Washington).