Eagles WR DeSean Jackson knows what he's worth, knows that he's probably underpaid, but the Eagles wide receiver said today that he's going to "patiently wait" for a new contract.
"I'm not going to panic," Jackson said today at Franklin Field, where he and teammates Brent Celek and Stewart Bradley were on hand for the unveiling of plans to honor the 50th anniversary of the 1960 championship Eagles team. "I'm not going to sit here and be a crybaby about it. I definitely know what I'm worth."
"Whatever it is I'd be happy with that," Jackson said. "I'm not here to make a big issue out of it or complain about it because that's not what I do. I feel my relationship that I have with the Eagles and the front office is a [good] one and I'm patiently waiting. Hopefully, it will be done sooner than later."