The Facts: The Eagles have punished Jackson. They're also keeping him on the team, conditionally. The club announced Friday it has fined the wide receiver "for conduct detrimental to the team," which included a series of controversial posts on Instagram and sharing an image of a quote falsely attributed to Adolf Hitler earlier this week.
Diehards Line: The Eagles' statement noted that Jackson, who has since offered multiple public apologies, "must also commit to supporting his words with actions" in order to remain with the Eagles. The Eagles quickly deemed Jackson's messages "offensive, harmful, and absolutely appalling" while noting they would further evaluate the situation. Jackson subsequently deleted the posts and offered several apologies. The club said it has since come up with "a concrete plan" for how to move forward with Jackson but didn't specify what he must do to stay on the team. The 33-year-old wideout missed all but three games last season because of injury after signing a three-year, $27 million contract to return to Philly in 2019.