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"To lose a guy like that is definitely tough. He'll definitely be missed. Obviously every move is made for a reason."
"The guys upstairs made the decision for a reason," he said. "When you do things like that, you have backup plans in your mind. You don't let one of the top wide receivers go and then not have anything to back it up. I'm sure coach (Chip) Kelly and (general manager) Howie (Roseman), they'll be able to take care of it."
The Eagles undoubtedly have a plan. The question is whether they'll be able to come close to filling Jackson's substantial void in production. It's a tall challenge.