Confusion as DeSean Jackson says bye to team that hasn't cut him

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The deal is reportedly worth $10 million, with $5.5 million guaranteed. He even posted a farewell to the Bucs on Instagram and Twitter despite not being traded or released by the team yet.

Last month, new Bucs coach Bruce Arians had a long sit-down with Jackson, a conversation Arians said at the National Football League scouting combine "couldn't have gone better".

Unrestricted free-agent defensive tackle Malik Jackson is expected to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles, a source told ESPN's Josina Anderson.

DeSean Jackson is coming back to Philly.

This would be the third year of a three-year, $33.5 million contract.

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Jackson was released in 2014 following an NJ Advance Media report about the wide receiver's off-the-field issues.

Jackson was drafted by the Eagles, and played for the team from 2008-13, before departing for the division rival Redskins.

Verderame also reported that Jackson is unwilling to take a pay cut to stay in Tampa Bay. He caught just 91 passes for 1,442 receiving yards and seven touchdowns over two seasons.

Forever known around here for his "Miracle at the New Meadowlands" punt return to beat the Giants in 2010, Jackson spent his first six seasons in Philadelphia before a three-year stop in Washington. While Torrey Smith and Mike Wallace filled that role in the past, Jackson is a major upgrade.

Jackson got off to a hot start in which he had 17 catches for 424 yards and three touchdowns in the first four games, all started by backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.