By Max Harper

DeSean Jackson appeared on the ’I AM AN ATHLETE’ podcast to discuss his career and what the future holds.

He mentioned that he’d happily go back to the team that drafted him, even if it was late on in the year with a playoff run in mind.

“That was one of the best places I’ve been and I had a lot of success there,” he said.

“Just something about Philadelphia, that Eagle green sits different with me. … So at any given time if one of these teams wanna call about Week 17, Week 18 right before playoffs and hit me up for a playoff run, I’ll be here.”

DeSean Jackson’s first Eagles tenure makes him one of the greatest wideouts the franchise has ever had the pleasure to watch put on the midnight green colors. Prior to his heartbreaking departure in 2014, Jackson had 6,117 receiving yards and 32 touchdowns while averaging 17.2 yards per catch. From the ‘Miracle in the Meadowlands II’ to the iconic celebration exhibited against Washington under the primetime lights, DJax was a star and will go down as one of the best deep-threats of all time.

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