Free agent C Jamaal Jackson clarified Wednesday that he is definitely not retiring from football.
Free agent C Jamaal Jackson has retired from football.
The Titans have reportedly expressed interest in free agent C Jamaal Jackson.
Eagles released C Jamaal Jackson.
The agent for C Jamaal Jackson expects the Eagles to release his client when the new league year begins in March.
The Philadelphia Inquirer suggests that C Jamaal Jackson could be a "trade chip" for the Eagles.
Coach Andy Reid said Wednesday that Jamaal Jackson (knee, triceps) is his starting center.
CSN Philadelphia believes C Jamaal Jackson is one of the most underrated Eagles' offensive linemen of all time.
The Philadelphia Inquirer's Sheil Kapadia expects Jamaal Jackson to still be the Eagles' starting center next season as long as he's healthy.
Eagles GM Howie Roseman has declared C Jamaal Jackson (triceps) 100 percent healthy.
Eagles C Jamaal Jackson claims to be "98 percent" recovered from last year's torn triceps injury.
Eagles C Jamaal Jackson (torn triceps) is back in the weight room and expects to be "full-go" in 2011.
Eagles C Jamaal Jackson underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a torn right triceps muscle.
Eagles placed C Jamaal Jackson on injured reserve with a torn right triceps muscle, ending his season.