The Eagles did a little more housecleaning and released center Jamaal Jackson today.
Jackson's release was widely expected. He was the longest-tenured player on the Eagles roster, having been signed as an undrafted free agent out of Delaware State in 2003, and the last remnant from the 2005 Super Bowl roster.
Jackson said there was a "slight, slight chance" that he could return for a tenth season in Eagles green. "But that possibility was slim to none," he said.
He's now a free agent and will join a group of interior linemen looking for jobs. Jackson said he doesn't have any leads yet, but he said he was confident that there would be interest.