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Panthers interested in DeSean Jackson for the right price...

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ESPN's Ed Werder stated on SportsCenter Thursday that free agent Jerricho Cotchery is "close to a decision," and is "right now leaning" toward signing with the Panthers.

Cotchery turns 32 in June, but would at least give Carolina's receiver corps some credibility. The Panthers are currently bereft of NFL receiving experience. Much more interestingly, Werder stated he believes the Panthers have already "internally" discussed trying to trade for DeSean Jackson, and "might entertain the idea" if the Eagles' draft-pick asking price is reasonable.

 

 

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And this was reported earlier today...

 

 

One person close to DeSean Jackson told the Allentown Morning Call that there's "no way" Jackson will return to the Eagles in 2014.

There have been so many conflicting reports on the Eagles' feelings about D-Jax that it's hard to know what to believe. "There is no way he's an Eagle this year," the person close to Jackson said. "However it leaked out, it leaked out, and now this is what you have." Eagles beat writer Nick Fierro predicts "Jackson is out of here for sure, and long before the NFL draft too." Appearing on Sirius XM Radio Thursday morning, ESPN's Sal Paolantonio told host Ross Tucker that "DeSean Jackson's act is wearing thin with Chip Kelly."

 

 

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Interesting...

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Oh, no.

 

Sounds a little far-fetched...D-Jax and reasonable. 

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Werder stated he believes....

 

I believe every team has discussed it IF the asking price is reasonable..

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This offseason went from absolutely horrible to possibly average in literally 10 minutes.

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yo that's legit.....

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This offseason went from absolutely horrible to possibly average in literally 10 minutes.

Give it another 10 minutes and half the huddle will be in panic mode again.

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