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Former receiver DeSean Jackson was once one of the most prolific receiving options in all of football, making three Pro Bowl appearances with the Philadelphia Eagles in the first six seasons of his career.

While his career has taken a turn for the worse, it appears that he still believes he has something left to offer for NFL teams moving forward.

Jackson currently remains a free agent in the NFL, but he revealed that he would return to the league if the right opportunity presented itself.

Jackson was on the “I Am Athlete” podcast which was live in Philadelphia on Thursday, and stated that he believes his NFL career is far from over.

“He** nah, I ain’t retired,” said Jackson via Eagles beat reporter Josh Tolentino. “I’m a free agent and ready to go.”

When the veteran receiver was asked where he would like to play if given another chance in the NFL, he told podcast host Omar Kelly that his top two options are the Philadelphia Eagles, followed by the Green Bay Packers.

Jackson notably has had multiple stints with the Eagles, first playing there from 2008-2013 before returning to the organization for the 2019 and 2020 NFL seasons.

While it is unclear if there is any mutual interest from the Eagles’ front office, fans certainly seem to be very excited about a potential reunion.

Perhaps the even more intriguing option for Jackson would be to head to Green Bay to play with Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers has been vocal about his frustration with his young receivers on the roster, and Jackson could provide Green Bay with a proven commodity at the receiver position.

DeSean Jackson is far from the player that he once was, but it’s possible that he could still make an impact from time to time if given the opportunity.

[Josh Tolentino]

About Reice Shipley

Reice Shipley is a staff writer for Comeback Media that graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Sports Media. He previously worked at Barrett Sports Media and is a fan of all things Syracuse sports.