The Eagles are open to listening to trade offers for wide receiver DeSean Jackson, according to league sources.
Jackson is expected to be franchised. When the Eagles franchised him last season, he held out for a new contract in training camp.
He was later deactivated for a game for disciplinary reasons and his production slipped. The 25-year-old receiver finished the season with 58 catches, 961 yards and four touchdowns.
The four-year veteran averaged 57 receptions, 1,041 yards and six TDs in his first three seasons to go along with three TDs rushing and four on punt returns.
Adam Schefter is ESPN's NFL Insider.