It's over. The Philadelphia Eagles have finally released DeSean Jackson, ending the wide receiver's tenure with the team after six seasons. The veteran playmaker is now a free agent who is available to sign with any team in the NFL.
Whether or not releasing him was the right move by head coach Chip Kelly, the team has no choice but to move on and try to figure out a way to replace his production on the field. It won't be easy, but if anyone can do it, Kelly can. After all, he led the Eagles from the 29th-ranked scoring offense in 2012 to the fourth-ranked scoring offense in 2013.
With Jackson gone, Eagles fans have a lot of mixed emotions. It's just so hard to move on from such a dynamic playmaker—an offensive and special teams weapon who provided the team and fanbase with dozens of unforgettable moments over the last six years.
The following slides will highlight the best of the best by Jackson in Philadelphia, counting down from No. 10 to No. 1.