The trade returns Jackson to Philadelphia, where he kicked off his professional career as a second-round pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. He spent six seasons with the Eagles (2008-13) and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection before signing a three-year deal with the Washington Redskins in 2014. He then joined the Buccaneers on a three-year deal in 2017.
But Jackson, one of the league's top deep threats, never got it going with the Buccaneers while filling the role as a complementary piece to Mike Evans. Despite having five 1,000-yard receiving campaigns on his career, Jackson didn't top the 800-yard receiving mark in the past two seasons, leading to Monday's deal.
On his career, Jackson has 589 catches for 10,261 yards, averaging 17.4 yards per catch, and 53 touchdowns. Of the totals, 356 catches for 6,117 yards and 32 touchdowns came during Jackson's first time in Philadelphia.