The Philadelphia Eagles are willing to trade wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
Jackson is expected to be franchised before March 5th. At that time, the Eagles have the right to sign him to a long-term deal, or trade him away, but trading him is the most likely option.
The Eagles would like to trade Jackson and receive a high draft pick in return. The Eagles would not like to give up any money in the deal.
The Eagles are hoping to get a first-round or second-round pick for Jackson. With GM Howie Roseman being very aggressive since replacing Tom Heckert, he should have no problems in making a deal.
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