Last offseason, the Philadelphia Eagles and WR DeSean Jackson reached an agreement on a lucrative long-term contract that was meant to be a peace accord in the drawn-out cold war that'd existed between them. Five years, $51 million can cure a lot of ill will, after all. However, as we've learned many times in the past, NFL contracts are never quite exactly what they seem, and that's certainly the case here. In fact, unless things break a certain way in 2013, it may be the final season for DeSean in Philly.
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