Theare reportedly in bringing back to Philadelphia, and the wide receiver is believed to be " " by a potential reunion.
However, Jackson insists he isn't thinking about free agency, and is focused on the' fight to make the playoffs with four games left in the regular season.
“Who knows what happens in free agency,” Jackson said, according to. “If I’m a free agent, I might seek some options and wherever it takes me, it takes me. It’s not my focus now. We have four games left here. Whatever happens, happens at the end of the season.”
The 30-year-old is set to hit the open market this offseason, and with the Redskins likely prioritizing paying, among others, the veteran pass-catcher is no lock to return to Washington.
Despite a down year in production – 39 catches for 644 yards and three touchdowns – and his age, Jackson will probably have multiple suitors.
If the Eagles are one of them, he'll have a chance to prove he's worthy of their attention Sunday, when the Redskins will play in Philadelphia in Week 14.
“Anything else doesn’t matter,” he said. “Go in there and handle our business. … It’s definitely fun playing there. That’s where I started my career, so it’s always been fun.”
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