DeSean “D-Lo” Jackson has agreed to a new three-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys, according to ESPN.
Jackson’s new deal with Dallas includes $18 million guaranteed and an additional $15 million guaranteed in each of the next three seasons.
The Cowboys signed Jackson as a free agent in 2014 and he has played in all but one regular season game this season.
Jackson was a key part of the Eagles’ 2014 Super Bowl run and played in five games last season.
The two sides have yet to finalize the length of the deal.
Jackson played in the final two preseason games with the Eagles before suffering a concussion and leaving the game in Week 10.
Jackson missed all of training camp with a shoulder injury and the Eagles did not have an injury report released at the time of the signing.