By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Eagles’ roster makeover continues. On Friday, the Birds released veteran wide receiver DeSean Jackson.

Jackson, 34, posted a goodbye message to fans on his Instagram.

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ESPN’s Field Yates reports the Birds will save about $5.8 million with Jackson’s release.

Jackson spent the first six years of his career in Philly, establishing himself as one of the league’s premier deep threats.

But since returning to the Eagles in 2019 after several years in Washington and Tampa Bay, Jackson has appeared in just eight games, totaling 23 catches for 395 yards and three touchdowns.

The move comes a day after quarterback Carson Wentz was reportedly shipped to the Indianapolis Colts for draft picks.

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Expect more moves to come.