“There’s too many teams in need of a wide receiver,” explained La Canfora. “Somebody’s going to give him big bucks.”
The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that the Chargers does not plan on using their franchise tag on Jackson and will allow him to test the open market. GM A.J. Smith has mentioned that they’re open to discussing a long-term contract and Jackson, himself, has said that he would like to stay in San Diego but all of that can change very quickly when NFL teams start throwing money at him.
La Canfora mentions the 49ers, Rams, and Bucs as three speculative options.