The team confirmed the trade to bring the former Eagle back on Wednesday.
In a news conference on Thursday morning, the speedy wide receiver explained why he's excited to jump back in.
"Going on my 12th year in my career, starting off where I started back here in 2008 and all the memories I have from scoring touchdowns to building relationships with my teammates," Jackson said.
The Eagles agreed to acquire Jackson from Tampa Bay along with a 2020 7th-round draft pick for a 6th-round pick this year.
Jackson also said he will wear #10 again. Mack Hollins agreed to hand over the number, and even tweeted that he saved fans from buying new jerseys.
Got me feeling like Geico the way I saved y’all money on new jerseys. 😉 pic.twitter.com/tNYwpia1Vn— Mack Hollins (@mackhollins) March 14, 2019