That's Jaccpot Records… we think
Well, for starters, he neared a franchise tag with the Eagles. That’s according to a report by Les Bowen punch recipient Jeff McLane. He writes, citing NFL sources, that the Eagles will place the franchise tag on D-Jac, an action that would pay the swaggy wide receiver nearly $10 million next year. But McLane speculates that with such a hefty price tag, the Eagles might have the intent of trading Jackson: [Philly.com]
While player-for-player trades are rare in the NFL, the Eagles could choose to fill a hole at linebacker or safety by parting with a player who plays a position the Eagles are deep in. Of course, the number of talented receivers on the market could make it difficult for the Eagles to find a partner.
While Jackson has said that he wants to remain an Eagle, a trade would open the door for the second-round pick to get the long-term deal he so covets. Any team willing to trade for Jackson would likely want to lock him up for more than one season.
We shall see. Meanwhile, D-Jac was somewhere this weekend for some sort of Grammy-alternative party for Cash Money and or Jaccpot records (DeSean’s label)– I’m really not sure and I don’t feel like looking it up. Above is a picture tweeted by D-Jac, and below is a picture tweeted by Philly rapper Meek Mill. Still waiting for that first “workout” Tweet…
Dats some SIRIus Cali swagggg N ya do herrrr meeeeh!!! Str8t ^!!
H/T to (@ACiacca)